Gibbs: Concerns over body scans will be considered
WASHINGTON (AP) — With the Thanksgiving holiday travel gearing up, the White House said Monday the government will take into account the public's concerns and complaints as it evaluates rigid new airline boarding security checks.
President Barack Obama's spokesman, Robert Gibbs, said the government is "desperately" trying to balance procedures that maximize security and minimize invasiveness. He says the Transportation Security Administration procedures will continue to evolve.
"The evolution of the security will be done with the input of those who go through the security," Gibbs said....