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If you're going to SE Asia, something you should be aware of.
When a hurricane or other natural disasters hit, people far from home often must get creative to get safe.
They were barred by local officials from boarding an Air Canada plane sent to fly them home, and nobody knows why.
The new passes are available at a special kiosk in the airport.
The man claims a TSA agent at Chicago's O'Hare Airport drove a hand into his groin so hard, twice, that he was immediately hit by waves of pain.
A TSA employee striking a passenger in the groin may not be immune to a lawsuit.
Many hapless travelers are still unwittingly offering their personal information to non-government websites as they prepare to visit Canada.
The American Airlines flight attendant apparently carried the forgotten bullets through his security checks at U.S. airports.
The robbery of 19 tourists took place outside the Novotel Hotel at Paris Charles-de-Gaulle airport on Saturday morning.
Maybe, just maybe, these rules might actually enhance safety.
It's Passport Awareness Month.
In breaking news, a cellphone bomb has been discovered by staff screening baggage in an X-ray machine at Mangalore Airport in India.
In an unconsciously revealing remark, a source within the TSA said, “They keep flying them around for no reason, with no threat."
Canada has introduced a "third sex" category option on passports and other government documents.
British tourists in Spain were today warned to expect further terror attacks.
The ICE agent who accidentally shot himself "while unslinging a shoulder bag" was on vacation.
The Government Accountability Office reports the TSA can't justify most of the behavioral clues that officers use to identify potential terrorists.
The CBP says U.S. border officers aren't allowed to look at any data stored only in the "cloud" — including social media data — when they search U.S. travelers' phones.
Passengers assisted in the take down of the unruly passenger. And what do Air Marshals do?
"(T)he bigger picture was this is a TSA agent that is going through our personal property and taking selfies.”
While the TSA may not profit from that prized small hunting knife you surrendered at the checkpoint, chances are a state-run agency will.
Only 26 states meet Real ID requirments.
The liners, developed by NanoTouch Materials, help kill germs.
Even those who aren't enamored by the TSA would consider this outrageous behavior.
Not fun if you are departing Barcelona.
It's another good reason for frequent travelers to enroll in TSA's Precheck.
Mexican authorities say laptops and tablets will now be subject to heightened carry-on security measures, at the request of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Two changes in the screening process now being tested could end nuisances like laptop bans and the 3-ounce rule.
Undercover federal agents at MSP sneaked explosive materials, fake weapons, and drugs through TSA screening undetected 17 of 18 tries.
No specifics but passengers "could expect to experience enhanced screening and extra security measures such as additional K9 teams and new screening technology."