The U.S. government is temporarily delaying the implementation of a rule that would again permit passengers to carry small knives on commercial flights three days before it was to have taken effect.The Transportation Security Administration said on Monday it would consider additional input from a group that includes aviation-related interests and law enforcement experts before putting the new regulation into effect.Airline passengers had been cleared to carrying knives with small blades beginning on Thursday. The TSA did not give a new date for activating the rule in an agency statement.
U.S. to keep restriction on small knives on planes for now -