DHS outlines plan for US airport security lines, but urges patience

Credit: Aaron Karp
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has put forward a plan to address increasingly long lines at security checkpoints at major US airports, but also is asking for patience from air travelers. In front of a throng of television cameras at Washington National Airport (DCA), DHS secretary Jeh...

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