D.C. Residents, Tourists Cope with Terror Threat Lockdown

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The heightened terror alert at the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was extended this week to the whole of Washington, DC. Increased security, including more patrols and vehicle searches, are now the norm in the nation's capital. More security barriers are being erected during the height of the vacation season, and both residents and tourists are learning to cope with the new inconveniences. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.



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