Al Qaeda Calls on Followers to Cripple US Economy on 9/11 Anniversary

Inspire, the terrorist group's online magazine, urges believers to target prominent U.S. businessmen like Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and Michael Bloomberg.
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Now to new security threats on this 14th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Al Qaeda now targeting some of America's wealthiest men and ABC's Pierre Thomas is tracking those threats from Washington. Good morning, Pierre. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Al Qaeda is pushing a who's who hit list and is using the internet to inspire lone wolves to attack and this morning there's new fresh evidence that Isis is using social media to inspire lone wolves, as well, specifically on this 9/11 anniversary. This morning, the latest edition of Al Qaeda's online manager "Inspire" is calling on followers to cripple the U.S. Economy specifically by targeting icons of American business. Among those named, Microsoft founder, bill Gates, billionaire investor, Warren Buffett and media giant Michael Bloomberg. While no specific plot has been identified source remind that the Boston marathon bombers got their explosives designs by "Inspire" and some murdered in the "Charlie hebdo" attacks were coming up Thanks. We turn to the race O the es prt.iden now "Your voice, your vote" and the most revealing and emotional reflections yet from Joe Biden. Opening upo T senphbeteol crt about the pain of losing his son and why that may prevent him from running for president. ABC's Jon Karl brings us that from the white house. Good morning, Jon. Reporter: Good morning, George. This was not your typical late night interview. You could clearly see Biden struggling with the loss of his son and genuinely unsure if he's ready to run for president. Overnight, vice president Biden acknowledged on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" he's still unsure if he wants to run for president. I don't think any man or high threat. Okay, Pierre, thanks very much. We get the latest on frightening attacks on drivers

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