Like many Americans, I'll be at the airport over the next few days, picking up and dropping off--but thankfully, not flying anywhere. Those who must had better be ready for anything--delays, long lines, and the possibility of a very personal once-over. The only thing worse than the horror stories piling up on the web from travelers (many of them armed with cameras) is the growing number of web posts from TSA Agents themselves, upset (despondent, in some cases) over having to enforce the new rules. We all have to remember: the TSA Agents are not the policymakers, and are trying to do their jobs as assigned. While there is evidence of the introduction of common sense over time, it's still going to be a different this Thanksgiving. The TSA story still looms large in our reporting, and we hope you can join us tonight.