The Transportation Security Administration is expanding its reach, and it may be at the cost of more lost privacy.

The long arm of the TSA

A New York police officer and his German shepherd demonstrate how canine teams assist the Transportation Security Administration in screening luggage for explosives at JFK International Airport in this file photo. The TSA will be doing more searches, and not just in airports. (Photo by Mark Mainz/Getty Images)The long arm of the TSABy The Denver Post editorial boardAmericans have come to know and tolerate the presence of the Transportation Security Administration at airports.While it doesn't make the pat-downs and full-body ...

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