Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole expects that in the future the majority of airline passengers, as well as their checked and carry-on luggage, will travel through expedited screening at airports using a variety of risk-based security (RBS) initiatives the agency is developing. The latest RBS program, TSA pre-check, is operating at 118 of 450 commercial service airports where the TSA handles screening.  More than 200,000 U.S. citizens have paid the $85 to sign ...

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