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Times Square / Craig Melvin / Shawn Henry / NYPD Counterterrorism #1166016

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 30, 2015
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As we head into New Years parts of the country are on higher alert from New York to L.A. to Washington D.C. a response to fears of more terrorism after the recent attacks in San Bernardino and Paris. Security will be unprecedented in Times Square for the celebration just a few blocks from where we are. We'll get more tonight from NBC's Craig Melvin. Tonight the ball is ready for the 1 million revelers who will pack into Times Square this New Year's Eve. And joining them on high alert six thousan...
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