U.S. to revamp traveler screenings
The Obama administration, in cooperation with foreign governments, is set to roll out an intelligence-based system used to screen travelers entering the U.S.
It will replace the mandatory secondary screening of passengers from 14 nations identified as having ties with terrorists.
Screening was initially heightened following an alleged attempted bombing of a flight to Detroit on Christmas Day.
The new plan is expected to be rolled out in the next few weeks.