The Senate Homeland Security Committee held a hearing on Tuesday to examine failings at the TSA. The head of the TSA has already resigned and the agency says it will change the way it screens airport workers. An investigation by the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General found 73 people were cleared by the TSA to work in sensitive jobs at U.S. airports despite possible links to terrorism in their backgrounds. Inspector General John Roth said there are many serious concerns.
ABC’s Jim Ryan joined us from Dallas/Fort Worth to discuss.