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DHS providing extra security for Super Bowl

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Homeland Security Department is sending hundreds of employees to help with security at this weekend's Super Bowl. Customs and Border Protection will screen cargo bound for MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, including stadium hotdogs, beers and souvenirs set to be sold at the game. The Transportation Safety Administration is deploying teams of Federal Air Marshals, security...

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