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By Joseph Weber - The Washington Times Transportation Safety Administration chief John Pistole said Thursday the agency is looking at new technology such as scanner images that show passengers as "stick figures" and security methods used in Israeli airports as part of his pledge to make air travel "as minimally invasive as possible." Published 10:13 a.m. January 13, 2011
By Janna Herron - Associated Press Lenders are poised to take back more homes this year than any other since the U.S. housing meltdown began in 2006. About 5 million borrowers are at least two months behind on their mortgages and more will miss payments as they struggle with job losses and loans worth more than their home's value, industry analysts forecast. Published 9:07 a.m. January 13, 2011
By Shaun Waterman - The Washington Times Lebanon's year-old coalition government collapsed Wednesday amid fears that a United Nations report into the 2005 assassination of the country's prime minister will trigger a new civil war and plunge the Middle East into another conflict. Published 8:36 p.m. January 12, 2011