NY Daily: TSA is not a fan of Texas Tech’s “finger gun” salute. A 19-year-old sophomore from Texas Tech said she was pulled aside by a TSA agent when trying to board a flight over the holidays because she made a gun gesture to a man wearing a Red Raiders sweatshirt. Diana Durkin told BuzzFeed […]
The busy holiday travel season is among us, which means busy airports, with long security lines. For those who have CLEAR, or Pre-check, both should help you get through security quicker. For those who don’t it means, full body scans, having to remove shoes, liquids, laptops etc, which rightfully so can annoy travelers. Show More Summary
Atlanta's airport is experiencing a significant power outage. Passengers are trapped on planes, as jetways can't move. People are stuck on escalators, not allowed up or down. And TSA agents are yelling. Continue reading Right Now: Atlanta Airport Loses Power, Passengers Trapped and TSA Yelling...
“There were no charges filed, and the incident is being handled internally by the TSA.”
Ugh, don't you just hate when you accidentally pack a gun in your lunch box when going to work? CBS Boston is reporting how a TSA agent at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport packed a gun in his/her lunchbox last Friday. This was only...Show More Summary
Security footage caught a TSA agent jumping into action when he saw the backpack smoking.
New surveillance video shows passengers running as a backpack starts to smoke at Orlando International Airport on Friday.
The TSA agents who gave her a full body pat-down couldn't believe it either.
Guys, it's just safer if you pretend women don't exist at all The post Actress Calls Out TSA Agent for Sexual Harassment…After He Asks for Phone# appeared first on RedState.
Actress Brie Larson is getting some grief for her tweet, “I merely smiled at a TSA agent and he asked for my phone number. To live life as a woman is to live life on the defense.” A few folks on Twitter asked why she didn’t say anything...Show More Summary
In a shocking case, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals held that a TSA agent cannot be held liable for violating the civil rights of a traveler he falsely accused of making a bomb threat. Following the analysis under Zigler v. Abbasi, the appellate court refused to extend Bivens to......
According to the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit the TSA can lie, have you arrested, and you have no remedy because 9/11. Continue reading You Can’t Sue When TSA Agents Falsely Accuse You of Terrorism, Lie Under Oath...
A First and Fourth Amendment lawsuit filed against a TSA agent and a handful of Philadelphia police officers has reached the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals. Unfortunately, the court has decided the work TSA agents do, however incompetently, is too important to be in any way stifled by the threat of First Amendment lawsuits. Show More Summary
Tony Hawk is a world-champion skateboarder, but in his later years, he’s proving to be something of a social media phenom as well. He shared an earlier story about a run-in with a TSA agent, and now, in his latest tale, he’s being mistaken for Tom Brady. Yup. TB12. I don’t see it either, but […]
A criminal used a large knife on a subway car to threaten an employee with the Transportation Security Administration, police said.
VIDEO: Ashley Judd Is Fuming That a TSA Agent Called Her ‘Sweetheart’ and Complimented Her.
A man en route to Jamaica from Newark International Airport on July 3rd tried to sneak a handgun under the lining of his checked suitcase, according to TSA. Agents discovered the.22 caliber gun tied to the suitcase frame during a routine baggage check. [ more › ]
I’ve had many over zealous TSA agents insist on inconsistent rules with my shoes. But the one part they have in common is that my shoes should either be placed straight in a bin or flat on the belt. These are the shoes I am wearing. Show More Summary
On this edition of "what the hell are you trying to get through airport security," a TSA agent at Boston Logan airport came across a surprising passenger. SEE ALSO: 'Louie' the 132-year-old lobster freed after spending 20 years in aShow More Summary
Air travel already features some attributes of a police state. Metal detectors. Bomb-sniffing dogs. Pat-downs. A gloved TSA agent peering at your toothpaste. But it could get worse. What if your check-in also involved a face recognition...Show More Summary