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New airport security measures to be announced Friday
(CNN) – All flights entering the United States will be subjected to a new level of security screening, officials plan to announce Friday.
The new security measures, that will be announced by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, will use "real-time, threat-based intelligence," according to the official.
The new measures will supersede the measures put in place immediately after the attempted terror attack on Christmas Day 2009, the official said.
"These new, enhanced measures are part of a dynamic, threat-based aviation security system covering all passengers traveling by air to the United States," the official said. "To more effectively mitigate evolving terrorist threats, these measures utilize multiple, random layers of security, both seen and unseen and are tailored to intelligence about potential threats." FULL STORY
Church expands flock on Facebook
The church has never be an organization accused of keeping up with the trends, but now places of worship are using social networks like Twitter and Facebook to expand the flock.
Church 2.0 – where followers are believers. Carol Costello will have the story live for us from Washington.
Apple's iPad meets its critics
Just one day, now, until Apple's iPad is released, but the reviews are already in. The Wall Street Journal is calling it a "wicked fast" "lap-top killer."
The New York Times is not too happy with its touch-screen keyboard or lack of a camera, but still calling it "deeply satisfying" and "goof-proof."
It's being called one of the hottest new pieces of technology ever, but will it live up to the hype?
Arik Hesseldahl is the senior technology reporter from Businessweek.com and he'll join us with a preview.
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