TSA Accepts Improvements Needed In Use Of Canines In Airport Security

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) acknowledges that it needs to do a better job managing its canine detection program at domestic airports after a federal report highlighted lapses across the program. Passenger screening canines are trained to identify and track the odor of...

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