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Agency Tackles Visa-Program Threat

The Department of Homeland Security took steps yesterday to address a new airline hijacking threat, saying that it would reverse an earlier decision to cut funding for the undercover air marshal program and review a program that allows some foreigners to enter U.S. airports without a visa. Sources in the airline industry said they were told by government officials to expect the White House Homeland Security Advisory Council to end the program that waives U.S. visa requirements for certain foreign travelers. Industry sources said they were preparing for the program to end as early as next week. Full Story

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