99 points | Fourth of July celebrations overcame terror warnings, but the country was not totally untouched by international violence. Cable news channels were riveted on the story of how Hesham Hadayet, an Egyptian immigrant and limousine driver, entered Los Angeles International Airport, patiently stood in line at a ticket counter for the Israeli airline El Al, and then fatally shot two people and wounded three others before he was wrestled to the ground by security officers and bystanders. As he tried to stab them with a knife, he was shot dead. FBI officials wouldn't identify the act as terrorism, as the Israeli government charged, but political pressure built on the newly developed Transportation Security Agency to move beyond its focus on airplanes and metal detectors. Rep. John Mica (R-Fla.), chairman of a House aviation subcommittee, complained, "The TSA is supposed to be looking at all aspects [of security], not just building a bureaucracy at the checkpoints."