TSA displays full-body scanning machines
The Transportation Security Administration displayed two body-imaging machines on Wednesday at Reagan National Airport in Washington. The two machines produce 3-D or double-sided scans of passengers.
President Obama has the ability to expedite the distribution of the machines to the nation's airports. For now, the machines are optional to passengers amid privacy concerns, says The Post's Anna Uhls in her video report above.
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