TSA scanners could let US travelers keep liquids, laptops in carry-on

Credit: TSA
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on July 30 announced plans to roll out computed tomography scanners (CT) at a host of airports in cities across the US. The agency predicted that using CT scanners at checkpoints would lead to fewer bag checks, and that passengers may also be able...

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