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Wedgie, noogie, pushup: Life inside TSA’s intelligence office

Since the March 22 airport and subway bombings in Brussels, the Transportation Security Administration's top official has scrambled to quell fears about the risk of similar attacks on domestic soil by highlighting the agency’s intelligence-driven approach to security.

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