Unsupervised TSA Agents Fail to Screen Bags for Bombs: Report

Unsupervised TSA agents at an international airport repeatedly failed to screen bags for explosives before putting them on flights with hundreds of passengers, according to a new report from the Department of Homeland Security's Inspector General. "Without ensuring that baggage is screened as appropriate, TSA risks the safety of the traveling public by allowing unscreened baggage on passenger aircraft," the report says. The Inspector General's report, which focused on Hawaii's Honolulu...Full Story
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