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Law Enforcement Receives Warning From Feds About ISIS

(Undated) -- The feds are telling law enforcement agencies across the country to stay alert for possible ISIS attacks inside the United States. The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI issued a joint bulletin Friday afternoon saying they can't rule out attacks on U.S. soil by supporters of the group. The bulletin did stress however, that authorities are "unaware of any specific, credible threats."

ISIS released a video this week showing one of its fighters beheading American journalist James Foley. A key adviser to President Obama called Foley's savage execution a terror attack.

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