U.S. Changes No-Fly List Rules

The eternally controversial no-fly list is about to get a makeover. The Obama administration plans to fix the way people can request removal from the list, which is a non-disclosed collection of 48,000 suspected terrorists. This summer, a federal judge ruled that the policy on not telling people if or why they are on the list is unconstitutional. The government says it will now "endeavor to increase transparency for certain individuals denied boarding who believe they are on the No Fly List."