Senate Approves Homeland Security Bill

Listen: Senate Moves Toward Approving Homeland Security Bill

In a major victory for President Bush, the Senate approves legislation to create a new Homeland Security Department. Meanwhile, some experts say new airport security measures are still inadequate. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler and Scott Horsley.

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