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US: TSA Chief Stepping Down after Trump Inauguration

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Administrator Peter Neffenger will step down after President-elect Donald Trump is sworn into office Jan. 20, a spokesman said Friday.

TSA Finds Record Number Of Guns In Carry-On Bags In 2016 - Up Over 250% Since Obama Elected

A record number of firearms was discovered in carry-on bags in the U.S. in 2016, according to the Transportation Security Administration. In total, 3,391 firearms were found in carry-on bags at TSA checkpoints across the country -- averaging...Show More Summary

L.A. Metro Staff Recommends Tutor Perini/O & G To Build Section Two Of Metro Purple Line Extension Project

With $1.6 billion in federal funding now secured to extend the Metro Purple Line subway to Century City, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is now poised to recommend the international construction firm Tutor Perini/O & G

Record number of people caught trying to bring guns on planes in 2016

The Transportation Security Administration found a record number of guns in carry-on baggage in 2016, and a staggering 83 percent of them were loaded. According to the TSA, which released its annual review on Thursday, 3,391 guns were found in checked bags in 2016. Show More Summary

The TSA Found A Record Number Of Firearms In Carry-On Luggage Last Year

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Passengers tried to carry a record number of firearms on to planes in 2016. The Transportation Security Administration found a total of 3,391 firearms being brought onto aircraft in carry-on baggage, 80-percent of which were loaded, according to the TSA’s annual report. Show More Summary

TSA finds record 3,391 guns at checkpoints in 2016

Transportation Security Administration officers found a record-setting 3,391 guns — more than nine per day at airport checkpoints nationwide.        

Guns, Bombs, Batman Knives, and Dead Seahorses: The TSA’s Craziest Confiscations

last weekNews / Crime : Crime Feed

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has posted images of the most outrageous items that agents have found in the carry-on bags of passengers flying through the nation’s airports. The post Guns, Bombs, Batman Knives, and Dead Seahorses: The TSA’s Craziest Confiscations appeared first on CrimeFeed.

Deals this week: Bombardier, PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe, CRRC NPRT

Bombardier Transportation Americas has secured a $69m (C$93m) contract from TransLink to supply 28 Innovia Metro 300 vehicles for use on the Vancouver SkyTrain network in British Columbia, Canada.

Anything to declare?

Sometimes being a physicist means giving detector parts the window seat. John Conway knows the exact width of airplane aisles (15 inches). He also personally knows the Transportation Security Administration operations manager at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport. Show More Summary

Is your state's driver's license TSA compliant?

The Transportation Security Administration posts airport signs to warn travelers about ID rules.        

The 10 craziest things TSA found in carry-on bags in 2016

The Transportation Security Administration is on pace to surpass last year’s record of discovering 2,653 firearms in the carry-on bags of passengers flying through the nation’s airports. Along with the assorted revolvers, rifles and flare guns, TSA agents have also found swords, machetes, gunpowder,...

TSA Rule: You Won’t Be Able to Board an Airplane with Driver’s Licenses from these 9 States

Click here for reuse options! Why institute a policy that might make flying more stressful? With 2017 around the corner, it’s a good time for a reminder that starting in 2018, the Transportation Security Administration will no longer accept state ID cards or driver’s licenses from nine states as proof of identification. Show More Summary

The 9 most popular stories on VentureBeat in 2016

2016’s biggest technology stories span just about every category, from politics and media to security, transportation, and health — from Facebook and Twitter’s role in the U.S. election and Apple’s high-profile brawl with the FBI to Samsung’s exploding phones and Theranos’ exploding reputation. Show More Summary

TSA rule: You won’t be able to board an airplane with driver’s licenses from these nine states

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

With 2017 around the corner, it’s a good time for a reminder that starting in 2018, the Transportation Security Administration will no longer accept state ID cards or driver’s licenses from nine states as proof of identification. Flyers with driver’s licenses from Kentucky, Maine,...

Apple extends developer deadline for mandatory App Transport Security support

Apple has backtracked on demands for all App Store app developers to use secure network connections by the beginning of 2017.

Apple gives app makers more time to switch to HTTPS connection

Earlier this year, Apple required all app developers to switch on App Transport Security by January 1st, 2017. The feature (introduced with iOS 9 back in 2015) would have boosted apps' security, since it forces them to connect to the internet over HTTPS. Show More Summary

Apple extends deadline for app developers to switch to HTTPS server connectivity

4 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Over the summer, Apple informed developers that all apps would be required to securely connect to servers by January 1st, 2017. The announcement came as part of the App Transport Security feature in iOS 9. This evening, however, Apple announced that it is extending the deadline for developers to make the switch to HTTPS connectivity… more… Filed under: Apple

Apple extends App Transport Security deadline into 2017

Apple on Wednesday informed developers that it has extended the deadline by which apps submitted to the various App Stores will required to use App Transport Security, a standard introduced in iOS 9 and OS X 10.11.

Military plane that circled Manhattan was Trump security mission

4 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

The military transport plane which slowly circled Manhattan at low altitude on Dec. 13 was on a Trump security recon mission, sources said.

TSA Agents Confiscate Huge Teddy Bear, Give Him Detailed Backstory About How He's Homeless And Hungry Now In Order To Remind Us That Everything Is Bad

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents in Los Angeles confiscated a gigantic teddy bear and posted a photo of the poor guy on Instagram. And if that wasn't enough, they gave him a depressing backstory. The TSA's social media accounts really are a fantastic way to keep up to date on how the agency is ruining Christmas this holiday season. More »      

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