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Knives on a plane? TSA delays

  • TSA said in the past it wants to focus on explosives
  • Golf clubs and other sports equipment would have also been allowed
American Airlines and United Airlines flight attendants protest in front of Tom Bradley International terminal in opposition to the FAA's recent decision to start allowing small pocket knives back on board jetliners

Senator: 'What the heck is the TSA doing?'

Sen. Chuck Schumer: "What the heck is the TSA doing?"

The TSA is delaying its controversial new knife rule.

The new rule would've allowed passengers to carry small knives on flights again starting April 25. But the TSA said it needs more input.

In the past, they've said allowing knives would help speed up security, and allow them to focus on more serious threats, such as explosives. But people against the new rule argue that it's dangerous.

No word yet on a possible new start date for the change.

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