TSA Can't Find a Leader

The U.S. can't seem to find a new permanent administrator for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Maj. Gen. Robert Harding told Congress on Friday that he was withdrawing his name from nomination to head TSA. Harding is the second person to do so since President Obama took office over a year ago. At issue for Harding are "mistakes" he admits making while running his own defense contracting company back in 2004.

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By Planet Data