6 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
Orlando International Airport has stopped more armed passengers trying to board flights than any other Florida airport, according to the Transportation Security Administration .
11 hrs ago | Gilmer Mirror
You probably think this doesn't apply to you. Wrong. Even if you never enter an airport your hard earned dollars are paying big salaries and big benefits to thousands of federal TSA workers - right now.
12 hrs ago | KMVT Twin Falls
Officers with the Transportation Security Administration at Boise Airport discovered a loaded firearm at the security checkpoint Friday morning during routine screening of carry-on baggage.
16 hrs ago | The Honolulu Advertiser
In a letter sent Monday, Schatz urged Transportation Security Administration head John Pistole to include Hawaii's interisland flights in TSA's PreCheck program.
21 hrs ago | Advocate
Airport security can be nerve-racking and at times a downright nightmare for transgender travelers - as well as for many other people.
A Transportation Security Administration agent allegedly told a 15-year-old girl at Los Angeles International Airport to "cover herself" before she boarded her flight.
Within this set of 32 figures, there is just one that forms a T shape. Professional searchers took longer to search patterns like this, but with higher accuracy than civilians.
Apparently, some think a smudge in the Lord's image has appeared on the floor near the security checkpoints at Terminal 3. The image was first reported by the New Times' Robrt L. Pela, whose TSA worker friend told him about "Tile Jesus."
Investors Business Daily has an incredibly inflammatory article taking advantage of the recent uproar about the NSA's broad spying programs to assert that Muslims are being given a special exemption from government eavesdropping.
The Transportation Security Administration once again failed to meet its deadline to finalize the repair station security rule, expected by today.
Knives on airlines - an important subject. In "The right call for safer air travel" the Star Tribune Editorial Board applauded the Transportation Security Administration's decision to back off a proposal to let passengers carry small knives onto airliners.
Here's a question I asked myself yesterday: Would I rather have my phone records collected and readied for possible inspection by the National Security Agency, or have my genitalia scrutinized by the But my preference is the latter, and not only because the TSA Genitalia-Inspection Service has been doing its business on me for years now and I've ... (more)