Although Texas is notorious for advocating for states’ rights — Gov. Rick Perry has openly suggested secession — state officials had to drop a bid to prevent TSA agents from conducting “invasive searches” after the federal …
Any family traveling with several young children will inevitably be subjected to random checks and extra security measures. It’s Murphy’s Law. But one family says the child screening process can turn invasive and inappropriate.
Friday’s links remember the past and fear the future.
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As thousands of flights are canceled with road and rail disrupted too, it has not been a merry Christmas for many on the east coast of America.
With all of the commotion over pat-downs, we’ve practically forgotten about the exorbitant baggage fees. And the airlines couldn’t be happier.
The U.K. is experiencing havoc due to bad weather and the conditions aren’t just affecting locals but travelers around the world.
If you think the TSA officials had it rough over Thanksgiving, think again.
Brits have lived through the Blitz (and rations) but, once again, a blizzard has brought much of the U.K. to a standstill.
The (holiday) party is over and it’s time to head home. Easy, right? Well, you should probably make sure your flight is running smoothly (or at least in a timely manner) before relaxing too much.
Canadian authorities say the country’s airport screeners won’t resort to American-style groping. Because that wouldn’t be nice.