Obama, officials stand by airport screening
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Obama, officials stand by airport screening

The head of the Transportation Security Administration acknowledged that new full-body scanners and pat-downs can be invasive and uncomfortable, but he said that the need to stay a step ahead of terrorists rules out changes in airport screening. (Nov. 21) (The Associated Press)

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