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Could air travelers be forced to expose their reading materials to TSA screeners?

For the time being, air travelers no longer have to fear that the books, magazines and other reading material in their carry-on bags will be exposed to the public in the airport security line. The Transportation Security Administration had briefly tested out a new screening procedure at several...
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