In this June 9, 2016, photo, a car drives by an empty lot where a hotel is projected to be built along the Malecon sea wall in Havana. U.S. lawmakers say authorities have failed to assure them that the island nation’s José Martí International Airport has the body scanners and explosive detection systems necessary to protect U.S. citizens from becoming victims of terror attacks.
In this June 9, 2016, photo, a car drives by an empty lot where a hotel is projected to be built along the Malecon sea wall in Havana. U.S. lawmakers say authorities have failed to assure them that the island nation’s José Martí International Airport has the body scanners and explosive detection systems necessary to protect U.S. citizens from becoming victims of terror attacks. Desmond Boylan AP
In this June 9, 2016, photo, a car drives by an empty lot where a hotel is projected to be built along the Malecon sea wall in Havana. U.S. lawmakers say authorities have failed to assure them that the island nation’s José Martí International Airport has the body scanners and explosive detection systems necessary to protect U.S. citizens from becoming victims of terror attacks. Desmond Boylan AP

NC congressman raises security concerns about US flights to Cuba

July 14, 2016 7:06 PM