Nation's Railroads Respond to Terrorism Alert

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Allan Rutter, head of the Federal Railroad Administration, says railroads are paying more attention to security in light of a recent FBI warning about a possible terrorist threat to U.S. railways. Rutter speaks to NPR's Bob Edwards.

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