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Upskirt Photographs Lead to Arrest and Suspension of Agent of Transportation Security Administration

2 days agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

An agent of the Transportation Security Administration was arrested for voyeurism upon suspicion of taking photographs from underneath the skirts of female passengers at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport; and he was suspended from...Show More Summary

Surprise! TSA Worker Arrested for Voyeurism After Snapping Upskirt Video

A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employee has been arrested after being caught recording video up a woman’s skirt at the Seattle airport.

Pervasive Misconduct and Corrosive Culture at the TSA

A new report from the House Homeland Security Committee lays bare the culture of misconduct that continues to plague the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), finding a surge in complaints and a pervasive lack of accountability...Show More Summary

Thousands of US Security Personnel Deploy to Protect Republican Convention

About 3,000 Department of Homeland Security personnel along with another 1,000 from other agencies such as the US Secret Service, Coast Guard and Transportation Security Administration are expected to provide security during the convention.

Five Airports Are Set to Get Automated TSA Security Screening Lanes

After anticipating extra long airport security lines this year, the Transportation Security Administration has taken steps to fix the problem. Their latest solution involves adding new screening technology to Chicago (O’Hare), Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and Miami. They’ll also include a pilot program in Phoenix. Read more...

TSA cheers itself for cutting airport wait times over July 4 weekend

If taking a commercial airline flight over the July 4 weekend was not the headache you expected, you can thank a concerted effort by the Transportation Security Administration to keep security checkpoint lines moving at the nation’s busiest airports. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson reported...

Fooled Again! TSA Used Tricks To Cut Holiday Wait Times But Still Hasn't Rightly Defined The Problem

Six weeks ago the Transportation Security Administration couldn’t get travelers at many of the nation’s biggest airports through security check points in three hours. It set off a near-revolt among millions of American travelers fed up with years of the government agency’s long-recognized and barely tolerated incompetence. This week that very [...]

TSA and American Airlines to launch new checkpoints to cut wait times up to 30%

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

The Transportation Security Administration has teamed up with American Airlines to test out new security checkpoint lines in Los Angeles and three other airports with the hope of cutting wait times by 30%. By the fall, the TSA and American Airlines plan to open at least two new lines at each of...

The TSA Is About to Make Airport Security Less Terrible

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

It’s been a bad couple of days/months /lifetime for the Transport Security Administration, but there’s some good news. The much loathed government agency is going to try to make airport screening less terrible with fancy new automated security checkpoints. Read more...

Confused Teenager With Brain Tumor Is Beaten Down By TSA! [Video]

The family of a disabled teenage cancer patient allege in a lawsuit filed against the Transport Security Administration, that the then 18 year old woman was injured during a violent arrest by security agents at Memphis International airport. After undergoing

Should Hannah Cohen Have Made an Appointment to be Treated Humanely?

When Hannah Cohen set off the metal detector while passing through the security checkpoint at Memphis International Airport on Tuesday, June 30, 2015, agents of the Transportation Security Administration wanted to perform further scanning...Show More Summary

ICYMI: The Elite TSA Beat Up A Partially Deaf, Blind, And Paralyzed Teen Who Was Seeking Cancer Treatment

Well, the super elite agents of the Transportation Security Administration continue to be exemplary in how taxpayer money is spent. This time...

Disabled Woman Left Beaten and Bloody by TSA

A disabled woman intending to board a flight home following treatment for a brain tumor became confused and afraid at a security checkpoint, and was violently restrained and arrested by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents.

Trump gives vague, affirmative response when asked about ‘getting rid’ of hijabs at TSA posts

Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump drew criticism on Thursday for responding affirmatively when asked by a supporter to consider removing people who wear hijabs from Transportation Security Administration positions, in favor of giving those posts to military veterans. Show More Summary

This machine could cut airport wait times in half, but the TSA won't buy it (ALOG)

As the summer travel season reaches fever pitch, lines at security checkpoints around the country are becoming untenable for passengers and airports. The embattled US Transportation Security Administration has been criticized for the...Show More Summary

US: Scrutinized TSA Official Resigns from Agency

Kelly Hoggan, the former Transportation Security Administration's assistant administrator for the Office of Security Operations, has resigned from the agency, according to a TSA official.

Trying to Get Through Airport Security Faster? Get in Line

last monthNews : NYTimes: News

A surge in applications for PreCheck, the Transportation Security Administration’s solution to long lines, has led to processing delays and enrollment waiting lists.

Low cost airlines Spirit and Frontier join TSA PreCheck

The Transportation Security Administration’s PreCheck program was supposed to cut airport wait times by letting passengers who clear a government background check to use an expedited security checkpoint. One reason TSA PreCheck hasn’t had a bigger impact on wait times, though, is that not every...

Man Misses Flight Due to Long Security Lines and Sues for $506.85

last monthTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

Hooman Nikizad claims to have missed his flight due to long lines at the security checkpoint at Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport; and he filed a lawsuit against the Transportation Security Administration and the Metropolitan...Show More Summary

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