The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has put forward a plan to address increasingly long lines at security checkpoints at major US airports, but also is asking for patience from air travelers. In front of a throng of television cameras at Washington National Airport (DCA), DHS secretary Jeh Johnson and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) head Peter Neffenger fielded tough questioning about wait times reported as long as three hours at some US airport security ...

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