FBI Head: U.S. Planes Are Safe FBI Director Robert Mueller says that suspicious items discovered on two Southwest Airlines planes do not pose an imminent threat to travelers. Southwest Airlines workers found packages Thursday containing potential weapons, prompting the government to call for searching all commercial planes in the nation. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.
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FBI: Planes Safe, Despite Search for Weapons

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FBI: Planes Safe, Despite Search for Weapons

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FBI: Planes Safe, Despite Search for Weapons

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FBI Director Robert Mueller says that suspicious items discovered on two Southwest Airlines planes do not pose an imminent threat to travelers. Southwest Airlines workers found packages Thursday containing potential weapons, prompting the government to call for searching all commercial planes in the nation. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.