Redundant protections built into the aviation security system helped prevent the suspected Times Square bomber from escaping the country this week, but the no-fly list "failed again," according to USA TODAY. "The system has a fundamental flaw," the paper says in an editorial, noting that passengers on foreign airlines are still cleared by the airlines rather than the TSA. TSA says Secure Flight is working for domestic airlines and will be for foreign airlines by year's end.

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