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Transportation: Air Travel

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CNN

In response to a video of a California man's dispute with airport security officials, the Transportation Security Administration said Monday it tries to be sensitive to individuals, but everyone getting on a flight must be screened.

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The underwear bombers Christmas Day attack has prompted calls for the increased use of full-body scanners at airports. So to protest, members of the Pirate Party in Germany organized a fleshmob of people who stripped down to their skivvies last Su

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In a sheer moment of genius, I realized an obvious and easy way to defeat TSA's new "grope-down" procedures. You see, if you're selected to go through a "naked body scanner" and refuse, you will be now subjected to literal molestation at the hand

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These events took place roughly between 5:30 and 6:30 AM, November 13th in Terminal 2 of the San Diego International Airport. I'm writing this approximately 2 1/2 hours after the events transpired. [inspiring video!]

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Brasscheck TV

Even the Nazis didn't do this Clearly, the TSA and the US government are completely out of control. Months ago, we told you the full body "backscatter" X-ray screening machines being installed in airports were far more dangerous than the ly

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Associated Content

Ryan Air chief executive officer Michael O'Leary predicted it, and sure enough, Britain enacted barn door restrictions in response to the Oct. 29 discovery of bombs inside toner cartridges in printers shipped as cargo from Yemen to the United States

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The Smoking Gun

The Transportation Security Administration worker who earlier this year was canned for falsely claiming to have discovered cocaine in the luggage of travelers was a bomb appraisal officer who was supposed to be evaluating new screening equipment at t

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Maximum PC

Our ability to use in-flight Internet could be at risk following this latest terror threat. The bombs contained what appear to be stripped down cell phones, leading some to speculate they were to be detonated remotely. Homeland Security has locked in

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AP

. The communication cards had been removed and the phones could not receive calls, officials said, making it likely the terrorists intended the alarm or timer functions to detonate the bombs. "The cell phone probably would have been triggered by t

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AP

The United States is making excessive demands for airline passenger screening, including measures it doesn't require on US domestic flights, the chairman of British Airways says. Complaining specifically about separate checks of laptop computers and

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