Alleged Plot Prompts Delays at U.S. Airports

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News that British authorities thwarted a terrorist plan to blow up airplanes flying from the United Kingdom to the U.S. has sparked increased security and significant delays at American airports.

Chris Arnold reports from Boston's Logan International Airport, Jay Field of Chicago Public Radio reports from O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, and Carrie Kahn reports from Los Angeles International Airport about how the news has affected operations.



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