Attention all fliers: your cupcake is a flight risk – if it’s in a jar, that is. And that’s an order served piping hot from the TSA.
Security agents caught the ire of the Internet after confiscating a “cupcake in a …
Travelers attempted to smuggle firearms, animals and even land mines on board.
Friday’s links can’t help but get into the holiday frenzy.
Though Lenore Zimmerman says she plans to sue, the TSA claims she wasn’t strip-searched in the first place.
This takes the term “fashion police” to another level.
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?
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 …
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced Tuesday that in the near future, air travelers should be able to keep their shoes on while being screened by airport security.
Being characteristically vague, TSA chief John Pistole announced that new behavior detection techniques, based on models from “around the world” could “probably” be introduced in August.