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FNC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 15, 2007
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(Studio: Shepard Smith; Washington: James Rosen) The failure by airport security to detect explosives smuggled past screeners by undercover Government Accountability Office agents and the Transportation Security Administration officials’ testimony today on Capitol Hill discussed; government video shown of explosives being detonated inside a car.

(Studio: Shepard Smith) The near disaster over Ft. Wayne, Indiana, as a cockpit safety device helped pilots prevent a mid-air collision noted.

(Studio: Shepard Smith; White House: Wendell Goler) President Bush’s plan to open military air space to help ease traffic during the Thanksgiving holidays in a record year for flight delays, the services airlines should provide to avoid more problems and long term solutions discussed. [BUSH – speaks about the new routes.]

Smith, Shepard;
Rosen, James;
Goler, Wendell

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