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Problems Plague 'No-Fly' List, TSA Considers Changes

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Problems Plague 'No-Fly' List, TSA Considers Changes

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Problems Plague 'No-Fly' List, TSA Considers Changes

Problems Plague 'No-Fly' List, TSA Considers Changes

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Air travelers with names similar to those on the "no-fly" list face continuing hassles at airports. The Transportation Security Administration plans to improve their screening system with a new program called Secure Flight.

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