A Colorado man has been charged with trying to sabotage a U.S. security
database that holds sensitive information used for screening air travelers, the
Justice Department said on Wednesday.

Douglas Duchak, 46, had worked at a Transportation Security Administration
operations center for five years, updating its computers with data from the
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