TSA Head Apologizes to Chicago for Long Lines

The head of the Transportation Security Administration apologized for hours-long lines in Chicago that left hundreds of passengers stranded overnight, many sleeping on cots at O'Hare International Airport earlier this week.
0:18 | 05/18/16

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The delays at Chicago's O'Hare airport the TSA says help is on the way. More than fifty additional agents are being sent to the airport after growing complaints about the long security lines there. Passengers have been told to arrive three hours before their flights the head of the TSA says he can't explain why O hare has been hit so hard.

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