WASHINGTON—The head of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) told U.S. House lawmakers that the diversion of agency personnel to the U.S.-Mexico border “will have no effect on aviation security whatsoever,” adding “we have baseline aviation security that we do not go below.” In remarks made during a June 25 hearing of the House Oversight Committee held to discuss TSA security vulnerabilities, TSA administrator David Pekoske reported that the ...

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