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Airports to Allow Two Tries at Detectors

Fewer air travelers will have to take off their shoes and get their carry-on bags searched at security checkpoints under a new screening policy at airports around the country. The Transportation Security Administration is giving people who set off metal detectors on their first pass through the metal detectors a second chance, after they’ve removed the coins or keys they think caused the alarm. Before, setting off the metal detector meant a secondary search, which involves removing shoes and getting wanded while screeners search carry-on luggage. Full Story

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