The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced today that they will start requiring passengers to remove and place all electronics larger than a cell phone from your bag and have it screened in standard lanes. “TSA plans to expand these measures to all U.S. Show More Summary
Stricter security measures for items carried aboard airplanes are expected to be eventually expanded to all airports throughout the United States by the Transportation Security Administration through which travelers in standard lanes...Show More Summary
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said Wednesday it will implement new stricter security rules requiring airline travelers to remove all electronic items larger than mobile phones from carry on baggage for screening. Prior rules require laptops to be removed for separate...
The Transportation Security Administration, a multi-billion-dollar government agency that has yet to catch a real live terrorist, is significantly expanding screening of electronic devices at its checkpoints. It will now require "all...Show More Summary
The Transportation Security Administration will be taking a closer look at electronics in carry-on bags of domestic flights.
By just about any measure, the Transportation Security Administration has been a failure. A recent undercover test provides even further evidence of this, as if any were needed. The TSA was a mess before it was merged, along with 21 other federal agencies, into the superbureaucracy known as the Department of Homeland Security in 2002. […]
Staff claiming to be employed by America's Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have been sharing anecdotes about their role on secret-sharing forum Whisper.
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration today said it was lifting a ban on carry-on electronics such as laptops for passengers on Saudi Arabian Airlines flights headed to the U.S.. This is the last carrier under the restrictions to have been permitted to now ignore those new restrictions. Somehow this is apparently all making America Great Again and So Safe. (more…)
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Transportation Security Administration said on Monday it has lifted a ban on passengers on Saudi Arabian Airlines carrying large electronics like laptops onboard U.S.-bound flights, the last carrier under the restrictions.
The Transportation Security Administration has some tips on how to go through screening with minimal hassle. And, yes, you can pack Tolstoy.
Flyers beware: the United States may ban laptops on flights. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced in March 2017 a proposal to ban laptops from aircraft cabins. This poses a potential challenge to both work and entertainment. Show More Summary
We at TFB realize the substantial work that the Transportation Security Administration does to protect the skies above the United States, on a 24/7 basis. However, the frustrations and tribulations of one being passionate about firearms can cause concerns at the airport. Show More Summary
A Transportation Security Administration screener at Orlando International Airport has been charged with third-degree felony theft after taking cash from a woman's purse. The woman was undergoing a pat-down search when she noticed Alexander Shae Johnson standing near her purse. When she retrieved her purse, she found the cash missing and a bulge in Johnson's shirt pocket.
Over the weekend, Transportation Security Administration officials screened an unusual traveler: a 20-pound lobster. The lobster came to the attention of the TSA after it set off the alert for additional security screening, either because...Show More Summary
A 20-pound lobster was spotted by the Transportation Security Administration in someone's luggage at Boston's Logan International Airport. Read more...
“Whether I’ll proactively remove my wallet from my pocket is another matter. It’s absurd that one would ever be forced to part with one’s money. There are airports in the world where I wouldn’t trust all the contents to reemerge. And...Show More Summary
Going through the usual procedure at an airport security checkpoint, the agent of the Transportation Security Administration is suddenly alarmed by the machine — and you find out that the belt buckle or the watch or a coin is the culprit...Show More Summary
Federal officials are screening some carry-on bags with 3-D scanning technology, which they say improves the ability to find bombs. The Transportation Security Administration said Thursday that it is testing … Click to Continue »
The Transportation Security Administration announced Thursday that it is testing CT scanning for carry-on bags of American Airlines travelers at Phoenix and Boston airports.
In the latest efforts to test biometric identifiers for airline passengers, the Transportation Security Administration this week started using fingerprint scanners to verify identities at the Atlanta and Denver airports, and Delta said...Show More Summary