The Bush administration said Tuesday that it would make greater use of what the U.S. government calls “travel intelligence,” or methods of linking databases to try to detect terrorists before they travel. The renewed emphasis on travel intelligence came at an event held here by Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice and Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff. They also said the federal government would move more toward digitized applications and videoconferencing with visa applicants. Full Story
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