US members of Congress and airport stakeholders reacted with apprehension to reports that TSA will divert hundreds of agents from airports to the southwestern border with Mexico to deal with a surge of migrant crossings, following separate Customs and Border Protection (CBP) diversions of hundreds of CBP Officers to the US-Mexico border earlier in May. The deployments were initially reported May 15 by CNN, citing internal agency emails that said up to 175 law enforcement officials and as ...

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