Government to 'Code Orange' The government puts the nation on heightened alert for the possibility of terrorism. The Bush administration raises the alert one notch to code orange, signaling a "high risk" of attack, based on communications chatter possibly linked to al Qaeda terrorists. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

Government Increases Terror Alert to 'High Risk'

Government Increases Terror Alert to 'High Risk'

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The government puts the nation on heightened alert for the possibility of terrorism. The Bush administration raises the alert one notch to code orange, signaling a "high risk" of attack, based on communications chatter possibly linked to al Qaeda terrorists. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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