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A passenger accused of posing as an airport security agent and taking women into a private screening room will not be prosecuted.
A new airline is coming soon to San Diego. And in an industry where most major carriers have started making money for the first time in decades; traditional carriers based at Lindbergh Field may experience the loss of the highly profitable business-class passenger.
Fairbanks International Airport officials are urging travelers on departing flights to arrive earlier than usual over the next few days because of expected screening delays.
There are some serious flaws in how airport security is conducted today, says former U.S. Marshal Clay Biles, and the main "blind spot" for Transportation Security Administration agents is relying too much on machines.
The cybersecurity vulnerabilities uncovered in a number of the Transportation Security Administration's electronic security and personnel management devices are part of a growing problem for federal IT managers, according to the expert that discovered and reported the flaws.
If you do lose something, call TSA lost and found at 310-242-9073 or LAX lost and found at 424-646-5678.
While it's good that more remote sensor are communicating with each other, in some cases providing sensitive information in real time, bad security practices among manufacturers of those devices remain -specifically, hard-coding admin passwords.
Beyond long lines and TSA pat-downs, a major headache for passengers at many U.S. airports is spotty cellphone service.
Mary Waldron walks through security with her 10-year-old rescue dog Daisy during a TSA demonstration about traveling with pets through security at LaGuardia Airport on Aug. 12, 2014 in Queens.
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The Transportation Security Administration found 1,813 firearms in travelers' carry-on luggage last year, and as of the end of June 2014, TSA officials have already confiscated 1,025 firearms at U.S. security checkpoints.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 07:05 am
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