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TSA's Failure Rate in Detecting Bombs and Weapons? Ninety Five Percent; Chief Merely Gets Reassigned, Because Catastrophic, Stinking Failure Is Plenty Good Enough for Government Work

Bad Security Theater-- are you not entertained? Department of Homeland Security said Monday that the acting administrator for the Transportation Security Administration would be reassigned, following a report that airport screeners failed to detect explosives and weapons in nearly every...

Intelligence Reporter Ryan Lucas Joins CQ News Team

8 hours agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

Ryan Lucas, an intelligence and homeland security reporter, has been hired by CQ Roll Call, announced the publication’s VP and news director, Steve Komarow. He will be diving head first into the fray, helping CQ’s Shawn Zeller with coverage...Show More Summary

This Is How Miserably the TSA Is Failing at Airport Security

An undercover investigation lead by the Department of Homeland Security uncovered devastating holes in the Transportation Security Administration's security procedures, with investigators able to smuggle fake explosives and banned weapons...Show More Summary

TSA head reassigned; Homeland to revise airport screening

9 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Monday reassigned the leader of the Transportation Security Administration.

TSA Reassigns Top Official After Report of Failures Within Agency

9 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson reassigned the top official for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), following the release Monday of an internal investigation that found airport security fails to detect 95 percent...Show More Summary

Homeland Security Secretary Reassigns TSA Head, Tells Agency To Revise Airport Security Procedures

After yesterday’s report that undercover government agents were able to sneak mock explosives and weapons past Transportation Security Administration checkpoints at airports in 95% of tests, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is...Show More Summary

TSA Fails Most Security Tests, Caitlyn Jenner Breaks Twitter Record, Elizabeth Warren Fans Give Up: A.M. Links

10 hours agoNews : Reason

Airport security agents at America's busiest airports failed 67 of 70 tests in which undercover officials were traveling with fake explosives and weapons. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson announced yesterday that the Transportation...Show More Summary

TSA security checks can easily be fooled, Homeland Security finds

An undercover operation conducted by Homeland Security Red Teams revealed that TSA security checks are far from working like they’re supposed to, with airport officials failing to discover mock explosives and banned weapons in 95% of the trials. Show More Summary

TSA Head Reassigned After Agency Fails 95 Percent Of Airport Security Tests

20 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON (AP) — Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Monday reassigned the leader of the Transportation Security Administration and directed the agency to revise airport security procedures, retrain officers and retest screening...Show More Summary

Homeland security chief reassigns top TSA official

21 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said on Monday he reassigned the acting administrator for the Transportation Security Administration after earlier ordering improved security at U.S. airports. The moves follow media reports that...Show More Summary

US tightens airport security after undercover tests reveal terrible failure rate

22 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said on Monday he had ordered improved security at U.S. airports after media reports that checkpoint screeners failed to detect mock explosives and weapons in 95 percent of tests carried out by undercover agents. Airport screeners, who are employees of the...

95 Percent of Fake Bombs Made It Through Airport Security in DHS Test

23 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Does taking off your shoes, emptying your pockets and putting your laptop in a little plastic bin make you feel safe? Maybe it shouldn’t. According to the Department of Homeland Security, the TSA is doing a lousy job. Like, “failed to detect mock weapons 95 percent of the time” lousy. Read more...

‘Abolitionists’ Documentary Series About Rescuing Kids From Sex Slavery Shopped

The efforts of Tim Ballard, former CIA and Homeland Security agent, and his nonprofit Operation Underground Railroad team to combat child trafficking worldwide are being documented in The Abolitionists, a 10-episode hourlong documentary...Show More Summary

TSA Fails 95 Percent Of Airport Security Tests Conducted By Homeland Security: Report

As thorough as the Transportation Security Administration screeners may be as they rifle through your belongings, the agency isn't performing where it counts. In a series of trials, the Department of Homeland Security was able to smuggle...Show More Summary

The US Government Will Expand Immigration Preclearance to 10 New Airports. And That’s Bad for Frequent Travelers.

Yesterday the Department of Homeland Security announced plans to expand immigration pre-clearance to 10 new airports around the world. Here's what preclearance is and how it works -- the upsides and downsides for travelers, and why the US government wants to do it. Show More Summary

FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSFORMED: Homeland Security Adviser Mohamed Elibiary Goes on Hate-Filled Anti-Chri…

FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSFORMED: Homeland Security Adviser Mohamed Elibiary Goes on Hate-Filled Anti-Christian Rant, Attacks Jindal as ‘Bottom Feeder.’

US Intends to Expand Passenger Inspections to 10 New Foreign Airports

The United States will negotiate sending its customs and border protection officers to 10 new foreign airports to conduct inspections of passengers heading to the United States, US Department of Homeland (DHS) Security said in a statement.

U.S. considers airport preclearance centers in nine countries

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Department of Homeland Security said on Friday it is considering expanding airline preclearance operations to 10 new foreign airports in nine countries, most of them in Europe.

US Airport Tests Facial Recognition Program, Raises Privacy Concerns

A pilot program by US Department of Homeland Security which uses facial recognition technology to detect immigration violators at points of entry has privacy advocates concerned.

US Should Better Cooperate With Other Countries to Keep Borders Protected

The United States needs to improve cooperation with foreign governments to close security gaps that allow foreign fighters cross international borders, US House Committee on Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul said on Friday.

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