Authorities Respond to New Anti-Terror Drive

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Local, state and federal officials scramble to respond to increased security measures imposed by a new anti-terrorism effort, Operation Liberty Shield, and to the elevation of the nation's terror alert status to "high risk." NPR's Howard Berkes reports.



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