US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) secretary Jeh Johnson has “reassigned” acting Transportation Security Administration (TSA) head Melvin Carraway “effective immediately” following a DHS inspector general’s report that revealed weaknesses at US airports’ passenger screening checkpoints. The DHS inspector general’s report, which details “red team” undercover investigators’ efforts to bring banned items through passenger ...

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