Bad cyber security legislation CISPA is likely to fail if it goes to a vote on the Senate floor, according to comments made by Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.V.), chairman of the committee on commerce, science and transportation, today.
Will the TSA ever stop being such a goddamn pain in the neck? Yeah — there are issues of national security here and no one should be able to walk onto a plane carrying whatever they please, but, honestly, the Transportation SecurityShow More Summary
Last month, the US Transportation Security Administration announced that it was going to allow travellers to carry knives on planes once more, and the new rule was supposed to come into action on April 25. However, the TSA has delayed the introduction of the policy — and it’s not clear now when the new rule will actually take effect. More »
The Transportation Security Administration is delaying a plan that would have allowed passengers, beginning Thursday, to bring small knives and sporting goods on flights.
It looks like travelers will have to wait a little longer before bringing their pocketknives and golf clubs on board planes. According to Forbes, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has postponed their earlier decision to...Show More Summary
Are you confused about why the Transportation Security Administration was planning on allowing small knives on planes starting this Thursday, but still won’t let you bring large bottles of liquids on board? Don’t be. It’s simple. Liquids can be used to make an explosion and bring down an airplane; knives can’t. Show More Summary
The federal government was scheduled to begin allowing airline passengers to bring small knives, bats, golf clubs, and other sports equipment on planes this week, but the Transportion Security Administration announced on Monday that it would delay the policy change to get more feedback from an advisory committee. Show More Summary
Back in March, Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole announced that, starting this Thursday, April 25, passengers would be able to carry small pocket knives, plus a handful of long pieces of sporting equipment (baseball bats, hockey sticks), on commercial flights for the first time since the Sept. Show More Summary
After a few weeks of backlash against the idea from the airline industry, flight attendants and air marshals, the Transportation Security Administration has decided to delay lifting the ban against small knives aboard airline flights. Show More Summary
The Transportation Security Administration postponed a policy change that would have allowed passengers to carry small knives and other prohibited items on board aircraft starting Thursday. Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (D-Miss.), ranking member of the House Homeland Security Committee, … Continue reading ?
The Transportation Security Administration has delayed a controversial rule change that would have allowed passengers to carry small knives on airplanes. ||| Washington - The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said on Monday...Show More Summary
The last time there was a terrorist attack on America, we got the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration. Each entity has spent billions to keep us safe, but neither could stop two brothers, Tamerlan, a permanent resident, and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a newly minted U.S. Show More Summary
Later this week, on the 25th of April, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was all set to adjust its list of prohibited items allowed to be carried into an aircraft cabin, including small pocket knives, golf clubs and certain types of bats, however these changes have now been delayed. In an e-mail from TSA [...]Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Transportation Security Administration on Monday delayed a controversial policy change that would have allowed small knives to be carried onto airplanes for the first time since September 11, 2001.
NBC News has learned that the Transportation Security Administration has decided to delay a controversial new rule that would have allowed small knives to be carried on passenger aircraft. The TSA calls this a temporary delay, but have not decided a new implementation date.
The Transportation Security Administration will temporarily delay a policy change that would have allowed passengers to carry small folding knives onto planes.
Czech rolling stock manufacturer Škoda Transportation has received certification for its 109E multi-system electric locomotive, confirming that the design complies with the European technical specification for interoperability (TSI) for high-speed ro…
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has long since done away with the redundant process of requiring passengers to present their boarding pass to a Transportation Security Officer (TSO) before passenger screening, after they have already presented their identification and travel documents to the TSO acting as a travel document checker. The process of double [...]Show More Summary
Regardless of how you feel about the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) they agency serves a defined purpose, that of securing transportation security in the United States, primarily in airports. Working along side the TSA in airports are police officers, who are supposed to enforce the laws within the airports, ensuring airport security regulations are properly [...]Show More Summary
Ah, lingo. Friend of businesses trying to come up with relevant names for products, say “The Bomb” sandwich, and nemesis of those not in the know everywhere else. Seems the Transportation Security Administration wasn’t amused by a man discussing his aforementioned sandwich, as you will note that “The Bomb” includes the word “bomb” in it. And the guy was at … [More]