Child Screening With Shoes On Rolls Out At Select Airports This Week

New checkpoint procedures going into effect this week at U.S. airports will no longer require children 12 years old and under to remove their shoes as they proceed through Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screening. The procedures, tested at seven airports, will roll out at select...

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