US Airport Security Reforms Ordered

A top US official has pledged reforms after tests found that airport screeners allowed mock explosives and weapons through security checkpoints 95% of the time.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Monday called for revised security procedures in airports across the US.
The results of tests were first reported by ABC News.
Only three airports were able detect the banned weapons, the report said.
Mr Johnson said security officers should be retrained and scanning equipment should be retested. He said he was taking the results of tests "very seriously".