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    FILE - In this Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010 file photo, TSA officials check check passengers entering a security checkpoint at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta. A federal probe of a Transportation Security Administration program to screen suspicious behavior of passengers at airports suggests the effort, which has cost almost $1 billion since 2007, has not been proven effective, according to a report released Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)


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    ** FILE ** This Monday, April 7, 2014, photo provided by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) shows two World War I artillery shells discovered by baggage screeners in checked luggage that arrived on a flight from London at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. (AP Photo/Transportation Security Administration)


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    In this frame from video provided by R&R Partners released in May 2014, Las Vegas performers Blue Man Group present documents to a Transportation Security Administration official in one of eight funny videos that play at security checkpoints at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport. Tourism officials released the humorous new videos illustrating TSA policies as travelers wait for screenings. Other videos feature Las Vegas comedians Carrot Top, Louie Anderson, ventriloquist Terry Fator, among others. They address TSA procedures for liquids, gels and aerosols, metals and electronics, carry-on luggage, strollers, weapons and more. (AP Photo/R&R Partners)


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    In this frame from video provided by R&R Partners and released in May 2014, Las Vegas performers Blue Man Group present documents to a Transportation Security Administration official in one of eight funny videos that play at security checkpoints at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport. Tourism officials released the humorous new videos illustrating TSA policies as travelers wait for screenings. Other videos feature Las Vegas comedians Carrot Top, Louie Anderson, ventriloquist Terry Fator, among others. They address TSA procedures for liquids, gels and aerosols, metals and electronics, carry-on luggage, strollers, weapons and more. (AP Photo/R&R Partners)




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    ** FILE ** This Monday, April 7, 2014, photo provided by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) shows two World War I artillery shells discovered by baggage screeners in checked luggage that arrived on a flight from London at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. (AP Photo/Transportation Security Administration)


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    ** FILE ** This Monday, April 7, 2014, photo provided by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) shows two World War I artillery shells discovered by baggage screeners in checked luggage that arrived on a flight from London at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. (AP Photo/Transportation Security Administration)


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    This Monday, April 7, 2014 photo provided by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) shows two World War I artillery shells discovered by baggage screeners in checked luggage that arrived on a flight from London at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. The TSA says the bags belonged to a 16-year-old and a 17-year-old who were returning from a school field trip to Europe. A bomb disposal crew determined the shells were inert and no one was ever in danger. The teens were questioned then allowed to travel onward. They weren't charged. (AP Photo/Transportation Security Administration)


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