(CNN) – The virtual border fence that cost over a billion dollars has been canned. The House Committee on Homeland Security called it a "grave and expensive disappointment."
The program was designed to use cameras, radar, and sensors to stop illegal crossings. A government review found it wasn't tested properly, froze the funding, and now $50 million is being moved to other projects.
On Thursday's American Morning, we spoke exclusively to Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano about the fence and her push for international airport security.