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A House committee is pressing the Transportation Security Administration for answers on allegations that a vendor has supplied about 250 baggage screening systems containing Chinese-manufactured parts that could facilitate espionage or sabotage.
A decision by the TSA to no longer staff exits from secure areas will cost the region's three major airports $8 million a year to take over the job.
Gursant Singh talks to a man as a group of Sikhs protest outside of a Gap store in Davis over an ad showing a female model with a Sikh man on Thursday.
Three questions to ponder - Is autopilot bad for pilot proficiency? Should be get rid of TSA? Can dogs in airports relieve stress? On some transatlantic flights pilots only touch the controls of the plane about a dozen times.
Upon arriving late Friday morning at Westchester County Airport, Martha Rubinson faced a long journey home after a cross-country trip to see her daughter in Ridgefield.
McDonald's Worker Accidentally Hands Customer Bank Deposit: A Hermitage, Tenn. couple were surprised when opened their order from a McDonald's drive-thru and found a bag full of money instead of their burgers and fries.
According to the 2012 Transportation Security Administration fiscal report, agents collected more than $531,000 – almost all of it in coins – left in bins by passengers around the country passing through X-ray scanners in 2012.
Travelers leave behind a lot of loose change as they pass through airport security checkpoints -- $531,395.22 in fiscal year 2012 to be exact, according to a federal report.
Witnessing the last mile delivery of Urban Wood Goods' large tables helped its owner understand how to meet customer needs.
Boarding an airplane can be an incredible hassle, and it's costing Americans a surprising amount of money in pocket change .
A Transportation Security Administration officer was killed Friday at Los Angeles International Airport, in the first death in the line of duty since the agency was created a decade ago.
OSI Systems Inc., one of the top U.S. Transportation Security Administration's contractors for airport equipment, fell the most in almost six months after a $60 million order for screening machines was canceled.
The FCC may soon allow cell-phone use during air travel. Before takeoff, let's take a look at the situation into which these phones are about to come skulking like insolent houseguests.
You can't wait to go on vacation. It's been a year since you had a break, and you look forward to leaving it all behind for two weeks.
In one of the hardest-hitting GAO reports I've ever read, Congress's auditing organization has, in effect, said that the TSA's Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques program does not work and should be defunded.