Al Qaeda wants to attack trains, and DHS says they’re vulnerable

Al Qaeda has instructed its followers to attack passenger railroads. That may pose a problem, since two separate government investigations have revealed vulnerabilities on the nation’s trains. The findings come from a House Homeland Security Committee investigation launched by Democratic members of Congress and a Department of Homeland Security inspector general report.

Read more about the terror threat facing the nation’s railroads at NJ.com.

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