Ever wondered what happens to the items the TSA confiscates? Apparently some of them of them end up on auction. Check out the Confiscated/Forfeited/Personal Property category on GovDeals. Get 25 corkscrews for $50 (just don’t try to take them through airport security). Want one safe from TSA inspection, check out my recommendations. Lots of knife bundles, and if […]
The TSA approved a new baggage scanner, created by Analogic, that is supposed to be more efficient and faster. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story.
The nation’s airports took another step toward speeding up security screening lines through the use of new advanced scanners. The Transportation Security Administration gave airports the green light this week to begin testing a new model of scanner that uses the same type of imaging technology used...
TSA PreCheck is arguably the only thing the TSA ever got right… something that actually improves the travel experience for passengers? Shocking! TSA PreCheck is virtually open to anyone residing in the United States and a few other countries...Show More Summary
At a cost of $800 million each year the TSA needs to find out if air marshals are deterring terrorists.
Jenny Zigrino‘s butt sets off alarms, and not just at the airport TSA. “Don’t look too deep, you’ll see your future,” Zigrino jokes. And on Monday’s Conan, Zigrino also let us know her confidence is real, despite society trying to break her down, and how she passes that onto her younger sister. Roll the clip!
Fairfax County officials say the federal agency’s 15-year lease brings new energy to plans to create a village of shops, offices and homes in the shadow of I-95.
A TSA checkpoint is a bigger germ farm than the monkey in Outbreak. If you don't have PreCheck you have to take off your shoes, and the checkpoint floors can be as bad as a domestic airline lavatory at the end of a Hong Kong flight. Your...Show More Summary
The Akron-Canton Airport says it's the first in the world to place self-sanitizing, germ-killing mats inside bins at security checkpoints.
Passengers should be screened thoroughly, of course. But shouldn't they also be treated respectfully and compassionately?
Hey all you wannabe Vikings, your weapons, even replicas, need to be packed in checked luggage.
Soon you might be able to go to the airport just to hang out. The TSA is testing a program that lets people get past security at the Pittsburgh International Airport even if they don’t have a plane ticket, something unheard of post-9/11. Show More Summary
Something's coming! #TSA #PAX pic.twitter.com/S5YiADJWZL — SUDA51/???? (@suda_51) August 30, 2017 I doubt the game will on-hand at the event, as I can't even imagine it's in a playable state. That said, Suda51 is certainly teasing something related to the game at PAX West. Perhaps some new art, or story details? I don't care what it is...I'm just excited!
With the hurricane closing in, agents asked to return to their families in Houston. They were refused.
I can remember fondly the days when airport security was less of a challenge. Is a recent TSA test program an indication of easier procedures down the road? The post TSA Is Testing A Program To Allow You Through Airport Security Without An Airline Ticket appeared first on Pizza In Motion.
At the Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT), you’ll soon be able to enter security without a boarding pass, thanks to a new pilot program between the TSA and the airport which launches on September 5, 2017. It’s unclear if this will...Show More Summary
The TSA is a lawless agency. They ignore valid orders by federal judges. They fine people that have already been cleared by the courts. They even argue explicitly that they're above the law. So it should come as no surprise that theShow More Summary
A new airline is joining the list of airlines that offer TSA Pre when departing from the US. Plus musings on airline consolidation, crappy IHG elite status and...
9/11 prompted a lot of changes to the airport experience. One of those changes was that only ticketed passengers could clear security in the US, meaning that it's generally no longer possible to clear security if you don't have an outbound boarding pass. Show More Summary
In a shocking case, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals held that a TSA agent cannot be held liable for violating the civil rights of a traveler he falsely accused of making a bomb threat. Following the analysis under Zigler v. Abbasi, the appellate court refused to extend Bivens to......