Need for cargo plane security highlighted by terrorist threat

A warning issued last week that terrorists are seeking to fly hijacked cargo planes into U.S. targets has prompted calls for more cargo plane security. The Transportation Security Administration is pushing for foreign cargo carriers to adopt additional security measures, while the U.S. Senate passed a bill Monday to allow cargo plane pilots to carry guns.

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