Heat's Miller Shares Daughter's Story Of Congenital Heart DefectWhile the NBA lockout continues, one Miami Heat player is taking advantage of time home with his family.
I-Team: Aviation Insecurity - The Open Back DoorWhen TSA (Transportation Security Administration) was first created, the federal agency employed about 16,500 people. Now, critics on Capitol Hill tell the I-Team that there are more than 61,000 people working at TSA. Since it was founded TSA has spent hundreds of millions of tax dollars on aviation security around the country. But while all this focus on the front door, the check points of the nation's airline system, critics say security efforts have completely missed the back door, perimeters at airports where comparatively little money and effort have been invested.

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