Transportation Security Administration

NPR's Mary Ann Akers reports on the Transportation Security Administration, a new agency that lawmakers hope will keep terrorists from infiltrating transport industries like aviation. The TSA was created after the Sept. 11 attacks. It is the largest new agency in the federal government since WWII.

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