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  • Bare feet to pat-downs: Five big changes in TSA screening at airports

    Bare feet to pat-downs: Five big changes in TSA screening at airports

    Security screening at US airports has undergone waves of changes in the years since 9/11. Here are five of the biggest changes to affect air travelers in recent years.

  • In Pictures Airport security

    A Transportation Security Agency (TSA) worker conducts a pat-down search of a traveler at Denver International Airport, the day before the Thanksgiving holiday, in Denver, Colo., on Nov. 24. Millions of Americans took to the skies on Wednesday for the start of the Thanksgiving holiday, but air travel flowed smoothly despite protests over new security procedures, including calls for passengers to boycott high-tech body scanners.

  • Body scanners, pat downs prompt traveler backlash

    Terrorism & Security Body scanners, pat downs prompt traveler backlash

    New airport security measures, particularly full-body scanners, are angering many passengers. One man's refusal of the scan has galvanized others across the US.