Keeping the Barbarians from the Gate

At American airports, it's still all too easy for the bad guys to get through

Tightening U.S. airport security -- which lags far behind that of Europe and Israel -- will be central to U.S. antiterrorism efforts. It's also one of the biggest hurdles. Terrorism experts and government regulators have repeatedly found enormous deficiencies in this arena, but little has been done to correct the problems.

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