After 9/11, security measures on the streets of Washington, D.C., ramped up. Now dialed down, the way Americans access their government changed — and new threats show this security may not be enough.

How Security Measures In Washington, D.C., Have Changed Since 9/11

By Brian Naylor NPR
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