US Transportation Security Administration faced harsh criticism yesterday following the release of a Congressional report stating that undercover investigators were able to pass through security checkpoints at 19 airports "undetected with components for several improvised explosive devices. . . concealed in their carry-on luggage or on their person." TSA Administrator Kip Hawley weathered a heated round of questioning from lawmakers at a House of Representatives hearing and downplayed the ...

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