TSA piloting dog-centered security screening

The Transportation Security Administration is using dogs to help screen fliers at airports in Denver, Honolulu, Tampa and Indianapolis. If fliers are approved by the dogs, they can get into an expedited screening line so they don't have to remove their shoes and also liquids from carry-on bags.

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