It seems there are members of the Transportation Security Administration who don't watch "Veep." Matt Walsh, who plays the White House press secretary on the HBO comedy, said he found himself in a difficult situation recently when he tried to board a plane after forgetting his ID. "I tried to pull...
Officials with the Transportation Security Administration in Denver were put through further training after an agent wrongfully subjected former US Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen to a full body search, KMGH-TV reported. Van Dyken-Rouen, who has used a wheelchair since 2014, first revealed her...
The culture atop the Transportation Security Administration’s intelligence office has allegedly deteriorated to the point where it was described as a “leadership abyss” by a former offical. According to the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR), court records show ongoing...
Everyone had to go through a special outdoor security screening by several Transportation Security Administration officers, except for Jerry Grinstein. No, Jerry did not receive special treatment. He was returning to Atlanta insteadShow More Summary
The man was an Annandale, Va., resident, the Transportation Security Administration said Thursday.
American Airlines is picking a fight with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) because of incredibly long wait lines at major airport hubs that are delaying passengers on the way to their destinations. “The lines at TSA checkpoints nationwide have become unacceptable,” American spokesman Ross Feinstein said in a statement Wednesday. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Transportation Security Administration's Peter Neffenger said Friday he would like to see explosive-sniffing dogs at all of the nation's largest airports. The dogs would allow cleared passengers to pass...Show More Summary
Airline passengers will be able to apply for membership in the Transportation Security Administration’s PreCheck program at Chicago’s O’Hare...
Technically Incorrect: The Transportation Security Administration bought an app with two arrows from IBM. It wasn't cheap. One developer says it's about four minutes worth of work.
You know what they say, we deserve the government that we voted in – or in the case of a democracy, the government in which the majority voted for. Well, it looks like the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) has forked out $1.4 million for an app which apparently requires a mere 10 minutes to develop. Show More Summary
At a recent hearing, U.S. senators crafted a safety to-do list for the Transportation Security Administration.
If you've flown across the country at any point in the past couple of years, you've probably come into contact with the Transportation Security Administration's Randomizer app on the iPad. It's an incredibly simplistic app that decides...Show More Summary
Developer Kevin Burke recently revealed that the Transportation Security Administration paid IBM $336,413.59 for "mobile application development," which included the creation of a Randomizer app. What did this app do? Basically, it randomly...Show More Summary
America’s Transport Security Administration seems to have paid somewhere in the neighborhood of $1.4 million for a randomizer app.
The Transportation Security Administration opened a temporary enrollment center Monday in O'Hare International Airport in the hopes of attracting more travelers to apply for its PreCheck expedited screening program. Passengers, by appointment or as walk-ins, can sign up for PreCheck, a program that...
Whether it’s airlines dropping flight manuals for iPads or iBeacons being used at airports, the aviation industry isn’t shy about embracing Apple products. But it seems the Transport Security Administration (TSA) branch of the Department...Show More Summary
Summer travel season is right around the corner, and that will mean one thing at airports around the U.S.: longer lines. The Transportation Security Administration is advising travelers to check in two hours ahead of their flight time...Show More Summary
A pilot was arrested and his flight grounded after airport officials determined that he’d had too many early morning drinks before takeoff. An eagle-eyed Transportation Security Administration agent noticed the unidentified AmericanShow More Summary
A JetBlue flight attendant, who is accused of leaving behind some 70 pounds of cocaine after Transportation Security Administration officers at Los Angeles International Airport pulled her aside for a search after deeming her suspicious while she talked on a cellphone, has surrendered to federal drug agents in New York, KTLA reports.
Today’s tale of gibbering stupidity from those who would rule us. So, the Transportation Security Administration over in the US has been asking all the people who make locks for travel bags to conform to certain standards. Standards which allow the TSA to have master keys to the luggage being transported by the population of […]