US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) administrator David Pekoske defended the effectiveness of TSA’s controversial ‘Quiet Skies’ surveillance program, calling it “critically important to our security” and telling lawmakers that it “does not take into account a traveler’s race or religion.” His remarks came during a Sept. 5 hearing of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, which examined TSA’s efforts to ...

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