ISIS has been calling for “lone wolf” attacks on hurricane relief centers in Houston and Miami, according to a report. Confidential government intelligence documents obtained by CNBC outline the proposed threats and describe how law enforcement officials were advised to be on the lookout for terror-related activity after spotting threatening messages on Twitter. The internal...
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