TSA Ramps Up Passenger Screening – Insists No Specific Threat

The Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday it is screening more passengers at airport gates, but not because of any specific threat.

Gate screening — which can involve anything from identification checks to hand-wand metal detectors — was implemented after Sept. 11 as an additional layer of security. It all but disappeared in 2003, when the TSA began screening all checked bags.

Read Full Story

Facebook comments:

Leave a Comment