TSA expands behavior screening program

The TSA is expanding its behavior detection program at major U.S. airports. The goal of the program is to spot terrorists and other potentially dangerous travelers based on their behavior. Since the program's launch four years ago, officials have subjected more than 104,000 travelers to additional questioning based on their behavior and have arrested fewer than 700.

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