Getting through airport security is overwhelming for anyone, but it’s especially challenging for people with autism.
The Transportation Security Administration is implementing additional security measures for airport and airline employees, federal officials said Thursday.
Have you ever wondered what happens to that set of keys or the cellphone you accidentally left behind in the little bin at airport security checkpoints?
A man at New York City’s Kennedy Airport is being questioned by authorities after he passed through security without being screened.
Paul Ciancia opened fire inside LAX, killing one TSA agent and wounding two others and a passenger before airport police shot him four times.
A bizarre security breach at John F. Kennedy International Airport will have everyone talking soon enough.
Do you feel safe and secure at John F. Kennedy International Airport? You might not after hearing what some of the security personnel there have to say.
Congressman Steve Israel has called on the Transportation Security Administration to launch an independent investigation on potential health risks from the full-body Backscatter X-ray scanners.
A man who stole a laptop at Tampa International Airport has been arrested at LaGuardia, the Federal Transportation Security Administration reports.
As we approach the busiest travel day of the year – the day before Thanksgiving – there is a new tool to help you get through airport security with fewer hassles.
In our post-9/11 world we’ve become accustomed to many a security rules and regulations, including taking our shoes off at airport screening checkpoints. But a change is underfoot.
A number of security lapses at Newark Liberty International Airport in just the last month have many questioning if the airport is safe.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is seeking to make it illegal for anyone to distribute or record the revealing images produced by full-body scanners at airports.
Despite a build up of concern ahead of the holiday season, many travelers who spoke to WCBS 880’s Mike Xirinachs at LaGuardia Airport said their flying experience was largely hassle free.
Called My TSA, the free app lets users fill in the blank to ask if they can bring various objects through the airport security checkpoint.