SHOULD THE NO-FLY LIST BE GROUNDED?

The no-fly list of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is hitting increasingly bumpy skies. On the list are the names of people regarded as such serious threats that they should not be allowed on an airplane. Last month a United Airlines plane from London to Washington was forced to land in Maine because a barred passenger, Yusuf Islam, formerly known as the singer Cat Stevens, was onboard. Last week, in an unpublicized but potentially dangerous incident, a Royal Jordanian Airlines flight was allowed to take off from Amman with a Middle Eastern passenger whose name was on the list. Though U.S....

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