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Terror alert unchanged following bin Laden's death

Despite heightened security around the country, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is keeping the terrorism alert level unchanged.

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A plane flies above an armored Park Police vehicle waits at the base of the Washington Monument May 2 in Washington, DC. The DC area and other places around the nation have stepped up security after it was announced that Osama bin Laden, mastermind of the September 11th terror attacks, was killed in a firefight with United States forces in Pakistan.

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A New York City police patrol dog with Operation Hercules, right, barks at another patrol dog outside the police station in New York's Times Square on Monday, May 2. President Barack Obama announced Sunday night that Osama bin Laden was killed in an operation led by the United States.

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A passenger is patted down by a Transportation Security Administration agent May 2 at Orlando International Airport in Orlando, Florida. Security in airports and train stations has been increased in the wake of the death of Osama bin Laden.

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New York City police officers stand guard outside the Armed Forces recruitment center in New York's Times Square, Monday, May 2.

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