Since Christmas Day and the arrest of Umar Farouk Abdulmuttalab, who is accused of attempting to blow up a jetliner, the Transportation Security Administration's no-fly list has gone from including roughly 3,400 people to having about 6,000 names, according to an official. The additions have included people associated with the Yemen branch of al-Qaida and others potentially tied to Abdulmuttalab, according to a counterterrorism official.

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