A decade after 9/11, travelers raise questions about security

09/5/2011 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Travelers continue to complain that the nation's aviation security system is ineffective even as the Transportation Security Administration promises to shift to a risk-based system. Some experts say the TSA should direct its focus to developing intelligence instead of screening travelers. Meanwhile, some travelers question whether security measures now in place are sufficient to prevent a terror attack.

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