The Department of Homeland Security secretary has announced increased vigilance regarding national security, as well as stepped-up random searches of travelers and carry-on luggage in the wake of the recent terror attacks in Paris.
In the announcement made on Monday, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said the Federal Protective Services – which provides security for US government buildings – will be expanding its reach to major cities and will vary shifts and patrols from location to location. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will also conduct random searches of passengers and carry-on luggage at US airports.
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“We have no specific, credible intelligence of an attack of the kind in Paris last week being planned by terrorist organizations in this country,” said Johnson in a released statement.
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