More armed law enforcement officers will patrol the public areas of airports, the recently formed Transportation Security Administration said Saturday.
The move comes after Thursday's deadly shooting at Los Angeles International Airport where Egyptian-born Hesham Mohamed Hadayet shot two people to death at the El Al ticket counter before he was killed by an airline security guard.
But will more guards be enough to restore the nation's confidence in airline safety? We'll ask Billie Vincent, former FAA director.
How is American public responding to the additional stresses that the threat of terrorism creates? We'll get insight from Bob Leitman, division president of Healthcare, Youth and Public Policy at Harris Interactive.
Plus, how will the assassination of Afghanistan's vice president impact the future of the Afghan government? Time magazine's Mitch Frank joins the debate.
And, could the accidental bombing of Afghan civilians affect the progress of the war on terror? We'll ask Jim Dunnigan, military analyst for Strategypage.com.
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