""We do want to do something that acknowledges that virtually everyone who travels is not a terrorist," Mr. Pistole said."
That quote is the very last sentence in a story from today's Wall Street Journal. It probably belongs at the top of the story.
Mr. Pistole is the person who runs the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). According to the Journal, TSA "is working on a concept that could let "trusted travelers" keep their shoes on, leave laptops in bags and avoid body scanners altogether..."
The paper reports TSA could begin screening flight crews, without scanners or pat-downs, sometime this summer. Read the rest here.