12/18/2007

The U.S. has made efforts to improve aviation security since 2001, but airport terminals may still be vulnerable to threats, writes Clark Kent Ervin in The New York Times. "While airport screeners do only a so-so job of checking for guns, knives and bombs at checkpoints, there's no checking for weapons before checkpoints," Ervin notes.

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