Screeners at Colorado's largest airport don't plan to make any immediate changes in response to a federal government warning that al-Qaida may be "almost ready to attack the United States.''
Attorney General John Ashcroft issued the grim warning this afternoon, based on what he says is ``credible intelligence from multiple sources.''
He says the terror group appears to be setting out to ``hit the United States hard.''
Transportation Security Administration spokesman Mike Fierberg in Denver says the new warning won't change what T-S-A screeners do.
He says screeners at Denver International Airport are vigilant every day, and that travelers won't notice any changes unless the nation's color-coded terror alert level is increased.
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