Homeland Security officials are announcing new security measures for flights arriving in the United States from around the world.

FOX’s Rachel Sutherland reports from Washington:

Airports with flights coming into the U.S. have a choice: upgrade security, or laptops and other larger electronics may not be allowed in passenger cabins.

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly warned this was coming last week at a national security forum on Capitol Hill:

(Kelly) “My desire is that all airports raise their minimum security to the level that we say it should be.”

Ten airports at Middle Eastern nations are already under laptop restrictions.

In Washington, Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.

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