NORTH TEXAS -- Once again, from the skies to the roads, security is being beefed up across the nation as we head in the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
"I feel pretty safe. Obviously, the heighten security helps a little bit, so we feel just fine going in and out of airports," one traveler told NewsFix.
But looking ahead, Customs and Border Protection just announced they want to start screening foreign visitors to the U.S. using their social media accounts. The plan would be voluntary, but the Feds say it could help them find ties to terrorism.
One member of Congress has introduced a bill to require Homeland Security to review all public records including Facebook and other social media, before a foreign visitor can get the green light.