As more and more people wait in longer and longer lines to get on board airplanes, the TSA says it is working hard to reduce the delays that people faced this week at O'Hare International Airport, promising more security and resources.

FOX's Jeff Monosso reports from O'Hare International Airport:

There was an apology from TSA administrator Peter Neffenger, who called unbearably long security lines here in recent days, a break down. But he also promised to make things better at our nations airports with more resources and security staff in the coming days:

(Neffenger) "Airports will be full at peak periods, but we'll continue to focus on moving people efficiently while keeping you safe."

There have been calls by some to privatize O'Hare security, while Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Illinois Democratic Senator Dick Durbin, who are also here, made a plea for more TSA funding ahead of the busy travel season.

At O'Hare International Airport, Jeff Monosso, FOX News.

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