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U.S. Tracks Foreign Visitors by Sky, Sea

Foreigners entering U.S. airports and seaports from all but 28 nations began getting their fingerprints scanned and photographs taken Monday as part of a new program Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said will ensure that borders are secure in an era of terrorist threat. Ridge was at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to meet with some of the first foreign passengers from Brazil and Chile to go through the new system. Other top federal officials also planned to be at airports across the nation to help draw attention to the new policy. Full Story

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