A Dallas woman believes she was violated by TSA officers who, she says, repeatedly asked her to enter a body scanner because of her looks
Travelers attempted to smuggle firearms, animals and even land mines on board.
Some experts argue that despite the regulations, the skies are still not as safe as they could be.
The airline policy that bans the use of electronic devices on planes is 30 years old, but there’s little to show that gadgets are actually a hazard on the nation’s 32,000 daily flights.
Delayed? Stranded? Bumped? Diverted? Know the policies – and your rights – before you go, so you don’t lose your cool this holiday season
The European Commission adopted new rules Nov. 14 regarding X-ray, or backscatter, body scanners at all airports in Europe. A press release ordered members of the European Union to remove X-ray scanners from its airports to avoid …
Occupy Wall Street? How about Occupy the TSA?
Terri Weissinger’s $30 shortfall turned into eight days of misery in the San Francisco airport.
Most people feel annoyed and a little exposed when they find a TSA inspection note in their luggage. But when blogger Jill Filipovic opened her suitcase after a recent flight, she got a personalized (read: invasive) message along …
Is the last frontier of relatively ad-free space in danger of being overrun? If the airlines have anything to do with it, then definitely.
A Government Accountability Office (GAO) report reveals that flying isn’t getting any safer.
As the Florida theme park celebrates its 40th anniversary, NewsFeed takes a look at stories about Disney World that are true, false and a little bit of both.