US Transportation Security Administration head John Pistole revealed last week that the agency is developing airport "checkpoint of the future concepts" that will place a greater emphasis on "cutting-edge technology" and intelligence to differentiate passengers based on threat levels. Speaking before an American Bar Assn. homeland security conference in Washington, he noted that "TSA screens more than 628 million airline passengers each year at US airports" ...

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