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The employee was arrested after he was caught on video stealing cash from a bag going through screening.
One hopes this will work and make life easier.
She didn't give up her hand lotion without a fight.
Visitors to the US may be required to disclose their passwords for social media accounts.
The TSA stated in response that "random and unpredictable screening measures may be used."
Would a real terrorist admit to being engaged in "terrorist activities, espionage, sabotage, or genocide?”
"Replica weapons, even those belonging to Horde Chieftains, must be packed in checked bags."
Yes, it's the Theatre Security Administration for sure.
Interestingly, the British ban affects more airlines than the US one, even including BA.
One can only wonder how bad this pat down's going to be if TSA is anticipating complaints from passengers to local police.
Gee, why am I not excited about this?
An opinion piece written in reaction to TSA employees inspecting food and reading materials at a number of airports.
There's more than a "germ" of truth in this article.
This time it is proposed for all international flight, in and out of the country. Broadest proposal yet.
Strong intelligence pointing to an "imminent threat" drove the decision in March to ban large electronics in carry-on baggage on flights into the U.S., according to a senior House Republican.
U.S. citizens are protected by the Constitution when crossing the border, but with a lot of caveats.
The video says that a TSA officer will press a button designating a gender "based on how you present yourself — male or female."
As with most data, you need to dig into it a bit to get a better picture.
Unfortunately typical government chicanery.
Formerly there were five levels of patdown intrusiveness. Now only one - the 'max' level. I feel safer already - not.
Authorities believe Amor Ftouhi acted alone, and said he told them during interrogation that he “had a hatred for the US.”
Tip to tourists. Don't do this!! The Thai government scours Facebook for things like this and tourists are not immune from prosecution.
EU says no, US says yes. Who will win? Not passengers, that's for sure.
An Arizona woman tried to smuggle nearly three pounds of heroin into the United States by hiding the drugs inside the back of her pants.
This occurred after he was refused entry to Canada from the US because of his expiring US visa.
He was hired to oversee Chicago's airport security last year even though the Illinois Tollway had fired him after a female employee alleged he sought sex and money in exchange for work-related favors,
Fire, ready, aim.
This ban has to spread to more - probably all - airports.
Best tip: make sure you stay current with Android and iPhone updates.
Travelers can anticipate that TSA searches, euphemistically described as "pat-downs," will become even more invasive.