DHS Warns Of 'Heightened Threat' Of Violence
It's a broad, weeks-long warning.
The Department of Homeland Security issued a national terrorism bulletin yesterday warning of a lingering potential for violence following the election and inauguration.
The agency didn't mention anything specific but said there's a "heightened threat environment" across the country.
The bulletin is important in that it's a weeks-long, broad warning and because it labels violence sparked by anti-government beliefs as terrorism.
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