U.S. Raises Terror Alert in Financial Centers


The Department of Homeland Security raises the terror alert level in Washington, New York and New Jersey. Homeland Security chief Tom Ridge says financial institutions like the New York Stock Exchange and the International Monetary Fund could be targeted. NPR's Libby Lewis reports.



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