The two senior members of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday called for even tighter restrictions on the federal no-fly list, just days after the Department of Homeland Security ordered airlines to update their lists within two hours. "This is not something that should be waiting on a list for people to review hours later," said Sen. Christopher Bond, R-Mo., while a Democratic colleague, Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, said 30-minute updates should be required. Feinstein also urged the TSA to speed up its process for taking over no-fly-list responsibilities from the airlines.

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