Separately, the National Security News Service and "60 Minutes" reported that the no-fly lists contain the names of 14 of the 19 Sept. 11 hijackers; Evo Morales, the president of Bolivia; Nabih Berri, the speaker of Lebanon's Parliament; and Saddam Hussein.
In a statement released Friday, the F.B.I. denied that either Mr. Morales or Mr. Berri were on the list.
The list also contains such generic names as Gary Smith, John Williams and Robert Johnson. When "60 Minutes" spoke with 12 people named Robert Johnson, it reported, all said that they are detained almost every time they fly.
But the list did not have the names of any of the 11 British suspects charged with trying to blow up airliners with liquid explosives.