Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Pushy fliers may show up on TSA's radar

WASHINGTON (USA Today) - Airline passengers who get frustrated and kick a wall, throw a suitcase or make a pithy comment to a screener could find themselves in a little-known Homeland Security database.

The Transportation Security Administration says it is keeping records of people who make its screeners feel threatened as part of an effort to prevent workplace violence.

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