TSA Agents Complain of Racial Profiling
The "New York Times" is reporting TSA agents at Boston's Logan Airport are complaining about racial profiling of passengers at the airport's checkpoints. Some passengers don't seem to notice a difference.
According to the newspaper report, TSA officers filed an internal complaint that management is pressuring them to meet quotas. The paper says that pressure has led to additional screening of Middle Easterners, African Americans and Hispanics. The TSA says it's investigating the complaints.