Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen held a news conference on Jan. 31 to discuss security measures ahead of the Super Bowl on Feb. 4. Nielsen said close to 1,700 federal officials will be on the ground in Minneapolis supporting local agents.
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