Peter Neffenger was sworn in Monday as the new head of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) amid the agency’s reevaluation of airport security following revelations of undercover agents bringing banned items through checkpoints. Neffenger, the former vice commandant of the US Coast Guard, becomes the sixth administrator in TSA’s history. He told a packed room at TSA headquarters in Arlington, Virginia that he will be “guided by risk-based strategies” and ...

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