Jason Chaffetz, Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform,recently complained to the Transportation Security Administration about the long line at Salt Lake City International Airport. According to the Salt Lake...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON—In an effort to streamline the process for qualifying travelers, officials from the Transportation Security Administration introduced a new precheck program Thursday that provides expedited interrogations for Muslim passengers.
The FBI and Transportation Security Administration warned airlines this week to watch out for hackers who might try to gain access to planes’ navigation systems through their Wi-Fi.
Two Transportation Security Administration screeners at Denver International Airport have been fired after they were discovered manipulating passenger screening systems to allow a male TSA employee to fondle the genital areas of attractive male passengers. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — The Transportation Security Administration is tightening security rules for airline and airport workers in the wake of a criminal case in which an Atlanta baggage handler was accused of smuggling guns on commercial jets, Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said Monday. Show More Summary
US Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson announced that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will conduct criminal history background checks for all aviation workers and will increase the number of random employee screenings throughout the day.
IF YOU have ever felt violated by an airport security pat-down, I have some bad news: two Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screeners have been fired for their involvement in a scheme to grope male travellers at checkpoints at Denver International Airport (DIA). Show More Summary
The Transportation Security Administration is imposing more stringent regulations for screening airport and airline workers, four months after federal authorities discovered that a Delta Air Lines baggage handler allegedly was part of ring that smuggled guns from Atlanta to New York City, Read full article >>
Last year the Transportation Security Administration netted $675,000 in loose change left by passengers passing through security at the nation's airports, and the agency is on track to collect $1 million this year. Passengers at SFO left behind $34,889, the...
Two Transportation Security Administration employees at the Denver International Airport have gotten in hot water over what has come to be known as the TSA groping scheme. Two TSA workers, whose identities have not been shared, are accusing of groping more than 10 men while working at the Denver airport. Show More Summary
With the possible exception of fares, no aspect of air travel is more misunderstood than the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoint. Christopher Elliott, Nat Geo Travel's consumer advocacy guru and author of "How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler," busts the most common myths.
Two Transportation Security Administration screeners at Denver International airport have been fired after investigators found that a male TSA employee would select handsome men that he wanted to fondle as part of a secondary patdown. Before you give the TSA much credit however you may want to read on. Accordingly to the reports, the unnamed […]
Two Transportation Security Administration agents at Denver International Airport have been fired for allegedly conspiring to grope male passengers in an elaborate plot that involved hand signals and the manipulation of the settingsShow More Summary
Two Transportation Security Administration agents who worked at Denver International Airport have been fired over a scheme that involved manipulating screening equipment so one of them could grope passengers he found attractive, according to the Denver Police Department.
The Transportation Security Administration has fired two screeners at Denver’s international airport who schemed to conduct pat-down searches on attractive male passengers, officials said on Tuesday. The sackings follow a number of controversies over the screening of passengers at U.S....
Two Denver International Airport (DIA) Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screeners were fired after it was found the agents used to their position to allow one of the employees, an anonymous male, to fondle the gentials of attractive male passengers.
Duo targeted "attractive" male travelers at Denver airport APRIL 14--Two Transportation Security Administration screeners have been fired for conspiring to allow the fondling of attractive male travelerers passing through a security checkpoint at Denver’s TSA Fondling Report read more
The wingnuts are going to have a field day. Two Transportation Security Administration officials at Denver International Airport (DIA) have been fired for conducting a scam on male passengers. A male and female agent collaborated so the male could fondle the genitals of men he found attractive. Show More Summary
The lede of this story from Denver’s CBS affiliate pretty much says it all: A CBS4 investigation has learned that two Transportation Security Administration screeners at Denver International Airport have been fired after they were discovered...Show More Summary
When travelers are going through any airport security checkpoint, there’s an expectation that yes, the experience might be annoying, but that at least Transportation Security Administration screeners are going to behave professionally. Show More Summary