This April 30, 2012, photo shows a traveler passing through a security check point at Portland International Airport, in Portland, Ore. Airport security procedures, with their intrusive pat downs and body scans, don’t need to be toughened despite the discovery of a new al-Qaida airline bomb plot using more sophisticated technology than an earlier attempt, congressional and security officials said Tuesday. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
This April 30, 2012, photo shows a traveler passing through a security check point at Portland International Airport, in Portland, Ore. Airport security procedures, with their intrusive pat downs and body scans, don’t need to be toughened despite the discovery of a new al-Qaida airline bomb plot using more sophisticated technology than an earlier attempt, congressional and security officials said Tuesday. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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published Tuesday, May 8th, 2012
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