Lawmakers, Airports Raise Concerns Over TSA Staff Diversion

Credit: TSA
WASHINGTON—Members of the U.S. Congress and airport stakeholders reacted with apprehension to reports that TSA will divert hundreds of agents from airports to the U.S. southwestern border with Mexico to deal with a surge of migrant crossings. The reported TSA staff movements follow separate U.S...

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