Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is one of the most hotly anticipated movies of the year. It’s based on the same magical universe that we saw in Harry Potter, and it marks the triumphant return of J.K. Rowling's work to the silver screen. Show More Summary
Don’t bother asking James Corden for help in finding those fantastic beasts. “The Late Late Show” host portrayed an overzealous but ultimately hapless TSA agent who just couldn’t uncover the magical creatures inside British actor Eddie...Show More Summary
It was Juliana Barrett's first time flying with breastmilk, and she wanted to make sure she got it right. What she didn't count on, however, was dealing with a brusque and truly awful TSA screener, who rudely manhandled all the small...Show More Summary
Hard to tell if this was an interpretation of prohibited items by a TSA agent, or just an agent in a bad mood. The post No Bull! Something I Didn’t Know You Can’t Bring Through TSA Security appeared first on Pizza In Motion.
Paul Ciancia told a judge the steps that led from him being "sick of life" to gunning down a TSA officer at point-blank range.
An unemployed motorcycle mechanic admitted that he went to the LA airport in November 2013 with the intent to kill TSA agents. He killed one security screener and seriously wounded three other people.
When megachurch pastor Gene Lingerfelt was searched by airport security, it became a big deal for hyper-sensitive Christian columnist Todd Starnes. That's because the TSA agent checked out the pastor's Bible as if it contained contraband, and Starnes, as usual, saw this as persecution.
Sorry, but it’s kind of funny the way she barely saved that woman’s life while TSA agents (males) were breaking wide! Last year, a man named Richard White was running through the New Orleans airport with a Machete and wasp
In a scary incident last year at the Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans, a deranged 63 year old man attacked TSA agents and fellow passengers with wasp spray
The pilot of a Delta flight from a South Dakota airport was arrested less than 30 minutes before departure time Wednesday morning when a TSA agent told police he smelled like booze. Russel Duszak, 38, was found to have a blood-alcohol level of more than.04 and was placed under...
Police say TSA agents noticed the pilot smelled of alcohol, and officials found his blood-alcohol content over the limit
The U.S. Department of Transportation has banned the devices from commercial aircraft. But TSA agents aren't rooting around in travelers' luggage the way they do for liquids or pocket knives.
SECURITY THEATER: Dallas TSA Agents Love To Seize Cash.
Photo by Ralph Smith Case in Point: Most lockable gun cases meeting TSA requirements will last you for years. The TSA agent called an airport police officer to inspect the firearms in my checked luggage. The officer didn’t seem to know much about guns, but she was a large woman with a Glock on her hip and the authority to lock me in the airport jail. Show More Summary
Submitted by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, “Sir. SIR! This your bag,” the TSA agent barked at me last week, more as a statement than a question. “It is.” “Are you carrying any liquids?” I knew immediately; I had forgotten about the...Show More Summary
The unemployed mechanic who gunned down a TSA agent in a shooting rampage three years ago pleaded guilty to murder and other charges.
Also: Thousands of nurses strike in Minneapolis; a man who killed a TSA agent in Los Angeles is expected to plead guilty today; and the World Nomad Games have opened, featuring goat carcass polo.
As part of his plea deal, prosecutors will not seek the death penalty. [ more › ]
Nine-year-old Chille always goes through alternate screening at the airport because a pacemaker implanted in his heart doesn't allow for him to go through metal detectors. However, last week at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix,...Show More Summary
GREAT MOMENTS IN POLITICAL CORRECTNESS: TSA agents stop nine-year-old boy with a pacemaker from flying home because ‘some terrorist plots use children fitted with the devices.’ Better dead than rude, to coin a phrase.