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TSA is taking a closer look at LAX passengers' electronic devices

The Transportation Security Administration has been quietly testing a new screening procedure that more closely examines electronic devices in carry-on bags at LAX and nine other airports. Under the test screening process, passengers passing through TSA security checkpoints are asked to take out...

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