The bumbling TSA and performative mask requirements are ineffective air-travel hassles.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has revealed shocking data that reveal how more than 5700 firearms at airport security checkpoints have been confiscated in 2021, the highest ever in a single year.
The agency is far more of a threat than the dangers from which it supposedly protects us.
Man who was pinned to ground as a terrorist at LaGuardia was held after fellow flyer mistook his vintage camera for a bomb
After the attacks of September 11, 2001, there was a flurry of action establishing and expanding the United States government's infringements of freedom in the name of making Americans safer.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said only two people agreed to pay fines for refusing to comply with mask mandates on aircraft.
A man was kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight because he didn't wear his mask in between eating bites of food, which according to the TSA is now a federal mandate.
The TSA – whose job is supposedly "fighting terrorism" – is, without doubt, one of America's most corrupt and incompetent agencies.
"So we're seeing something like an 800 percent increase from last year's checkpoint throughput."
On March 7, 2021 a Delta Airlines flight attendant targeted a first-class passenger for not wearing a mask – only, she was wearing a mask and following "the rules."
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have teamed up in an effort to enforce mask-wearing in public conveyances and transportation hubs for the "preservation of human life."
The CDC and the TSA have teamed up to enforce mask-wearing in public conveyances and transportation hubs for the "preservation of human life." Here's what you need to know.
How do you get on the no-fly list? How do you know if you are on the list? How do you get off? What substantive and procedural legal standards apply?
A top House Democrat asked the Trump administration to ban rioters who took part in the Wednesday siege of the U.S. Capitol from commercial flights out of concern for public safety.
About 3.3 million passengers passed through the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) checkpoints over Labor Day weekend, with 968,673 passengers boarding flights on Sept. 4 and 935,000 on Sept. 7.
-as airlines crack down on enforcing coronavirus safety measures
Every time you go to the airport and are forced to undergo the TSA screening process, including the possibility of pat-down searches, keep in mind that this is for one reason alone:
So sad: Beavis and Butthead took over and millions want to watch them. Even worse, Musk seems to approve.
Family sues TSA after 79-year-old man's $82,000 life savings were SEIZED at an airport - but he wasn't charged with a crime
Following the attacks of September 11th, Congress passed the Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA), creating the Transportation Security Agency (TSA). The TSA replaced private security screening companies with one government agency.
The Department of Homeland Security wants Americans to submit to mandatory photographs in order to travel. And don't think this invasion of privacy will stop at the airport.
The ruling is a significant win for privacy rights of Americans and tourists traveling to the United States.
Following the attacks of September 11th, Congress passed the Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA), creating the Transportation Security Agency (TSA). The TSA replaced private security screening companies with one government agency. Since t
A government bipartisan privacy oversight board recently toured Transportation Security Administration's facial recognition pilot program in Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport as part of a comprehensive review of the Homeland Security Depa
Josh Sigurdson reports on recent news out of Las Vegas, Nevada as a new pilot is launched at the Las Vegas airport utilizing facial recognition technology to compile data and "make lines shorter" according to the TSA.
Last Friday, a US federal appeals court sided with the people ?" finally. The court ruled that travelers can sue the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers for "abusive conduct."
TSA will scan your printed travel documents and then scan your face to see how well they can match you. In the process, they will ultimately create a nationwide facial recognition system on all travelers.
The outage had impacted more than 10 major airports.