An agent of the Transportation Security Administration reportedly summoned a law enforcement officer on a teenager 16 years of age who refused to obey his orders to stop filming his father experiencing a “pat-down” at the security checkpoint...Show More Summary
A video went sort of viral last week, after a TSA agent at New Orleans Airport lost it on a 16 year old boy who was trying to film his dad getting a pat down. Here's the description on the YouTube video: "After being denied the right...Show More Summary
Morrissey, famous dirge singer and old-timey English racist , claims a TSA agent inappropriately fondled his junk as he was passing through San Francisco International Airport en route back to London Monday afternoon. Read more...
We’ve all been there. Standing awkwardly and publicly before a TSA agent as they run their hand up our inner thigh, along the underpants band, and around the butt crack, searching for box cutters. It’s part of living in paranoid, post 9-11 America where big brother is always watching. British crooner Morrissey managed to go all these years without having his personal […]
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Five of 41 guns forgotten by passengers and found by TSA agents at airports across the country last week. Hey there, GunFAIL fans. Long time, no see. Well, no point in trying to explain what happened. The real point is that people haven't...Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: At New Orleans airport, a cell phone video of a simple pat down causes a Transportation Security Administration officer to call for the police.
Some airport news from the last couple of days: Man forgets about the hatchet, fireworks, and knives in his carry-on bag from a recent camping trip and goes through TSA security. A New Orleans TSA agent challenges a 16 year old son’s right to videotape his dad being patted down, and apparently the legitimacy of the […]
Another TSA agent who thinks he is above the law.
The union that represents airport police at LAX doesn't think TSA agents should be allowed to wear badges. Continue reading TSA Agents Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Badges...
Some 5 percent of respondents are "very confident" in US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents' ability to catch a terrorist attempting to board a plane, a YouGov poll revealed Thursday.
Transportation Security Agency (TSA) agents face a huge challenge in guarding US airports and aircraft from terrorists, experts told Sputnik.
The short version of this story - and if you follow travel politics at all you've already heard about it - is that the acting administrator for TSA has been reassigned after ABC News revealed that TSA screeners flunked 67 out of 70 trial runs where investigators tried to smuggle fake explosives through airport security. Show More Summary
ARLINGTON, VA— Following the release of a report indicating that the agency failed 95 percent of security tests, the Transportation Security Administration announced Tuesday that agents will now simply stand at airport checkpoints and remind all passengers that everybody will eventually die someday. Show More Summary
The reason why "investing" in the economy in the form of government spending always, without fail, leads to adverse results and negative returns, is because unlike the private sector, there are neither checks and balances, nor punishment if one fails at their job. Show More Summary
As reported yesterday, a series of undercover agents recently conducted a series of security tests on TSA agents and protocol around the country....
Agents screened one undercover traveler, but failed to detect the bomb strapped to his back
You can probably remember a time when you’ve been held up during the airport security screening process by something as innocent as forgotten bottle of lotion or an electric toothbrush. But while Transportation Security Administration...Show More Summary
While Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents may be great at confiscating perfume bottles and moisturizers from travelers at busy airports in the US, they may not be as adept at identifying and preventing weapons smugglers. At least that’s what a recent test by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) revealed.
Some people have no shame. A TSA agent gamed the system, and his co-workers, in a stunningly cruel way. He faked cancer and took advantage of their sympathy by essentially