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Holiday Travel / Airport Security / Screening #986489

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 24, 2010
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(Kabul: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Reagan National Airport: Tom Costello) The planned protest against the new TSA body scans and pat-downs at airports with few passengers actually opting out this Thanksgiving Eve featured; scenes shown of a woman passenger travelling in a bikini; Gallup poll findings cited. [2 TRAVELERS, bikini WOMAN, Bobby BURKE‡, Monique RICHARDS‡– comment on the TSA rules.] [NBC correspondents Tim MINTON, Kristen DAHLGREN††, Miguel ALMAGUER – describe the situation at airports in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.] [Former Los Angeles airport homeland security official Erroll SOUTHERS†- says we’ve got to understand how to find the bomber instead of the bomb.] A computer crash at Spirit Airlines noted.

(Kabul: Lester Holt) The highway traffic on the New Jersey Turnpike shown; the impact of the weather on holiday travel noted; scenes shown of heavy snow in Fargo, North Dakota.

Holt, Lester;
Costello, Tom

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