John Pistole, head of the Transportation Security Administration, suggested that he supports revising the passenger-screening process. "We can't just look for prohibited items because there's a list that says we have to and we shouldn't spend time trying to decipher between 3 ounces and 100 milliliters," he said. Pistole and other officials also have highlighted the importance of security intelligence and information-sharing in preventing attacks.

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