The government has dropped the nations threat level from high to elevated saying threats have declined in recent days.
For the past three weeks, the nation endured unprecedented safety measures. Now, Homeland Security officials say threats of an attack have diminished. They're dropping the terror alert from code orange to code yellow.
Known areas of terrorist interest like Washington, New York and Las Vegas are still expected to remain on high alert. The nations airlines and airports will also stay on heightened status.
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