The union that represents Transportation Security Administration screeners is calling for 6,000 more screeners to help alleviate long lines at airport checkpoints. It says Congress is to blame for the staffing shortages.
TSA administrator Peter Neffenger was in Belgium during last month's terrorist attack at the Brussels airport. He talks about that experience with NPR, and about what U.S. travelers can expect regarding airport security and screening lines this summer.
Donald Trump says he wants to open up libel laws, and he says should be allowed to sue news outlets that publish stories he deems are wrong. But libel laws are well established in the U.S. and have been upheld by liberal and conservative justices.
When President Obama heads to Havana later this month he is expected to take in a baseball game featuring the Cuban national team against the visiting Tampa Bay Rays. Cuba has long been a hotbed of the sport and more than a dozen Cuban-born players are now on major league ...
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