Airline Security

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NPR's Mary Ann Akers reports from Dulles Airport, where airport officials are working to get security measures like bomb detection machines in place before Friday's deadline. Since such machines are tough to come by. Most airports rely on a combination of screening and bag matching to check out passenger luggage. Officials say that's not a long-term solution.



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