LONGER LINES ARE A SMALL PRICE TO PAY FOR PROTECTING NEW YORKERS' DATA FROM ABUSE

If you're a New Yorker waiting in a long customs line after an international flight, think of it as a small act of resistance. That's because the Trump administration announced earlier this month that it is barring New Yorkers from enrolling in Trusted Traveler programs like Global Entry in response...

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