TSA Agents Seize Bullets From Passenger Trying To Board Plane At JFKWhen boarding a plane, leave out the bullets.
Memorial Day Weekend Is TSA's First Test Of Summer Travel SeasonSo far, travelers taking have reported security lines are moving faster than expected after weeks of costly delays at U.S. airports.
TSA: 768 New Airport Security Screeners To Start In Mid-JuneThe head of the Transportation Security Administration said the agency will add 768 new screeners by mid-June to deal with growing airport security lines.
Government Asks For Patience As Airport Security Lines GrowFliers across the country have been facing growing lines, which during peak hours have topped 90 minutes at some airports.
TSA: Man Arrested After Trying To Bring Martial Arts Weapons On PlaneA Connecticut man has been arrested after authorities say he tried to bring multiple martial arts weapons onto a plane at LaGuardia Airport.
TSA: Expect Longer Airport Lines This SummerThe Transportation Security Administration already warning travelers that if you're flying this summer, expect longer lines than the ones you see now.
Blumenthal Calls For TSA To Make Train Security A Higher PriorityWhile some have suggested airport-style security, Robert Paaswell, a transit expert and professor at City College, said such measures are unrealistic.
Bomb Threats Disrupt White House Briefing, TSA Hearing On Screener FailuresSeveral floors of the Dirksen Senate Office Building were cleared after Capitol Police received a call reporting a suspicious package.
TSA: Brooklyn Man Found With Loaded Gun At JFK AirportThe loaded, six shot .25 caliber pistol was hidden in a shoe box among his carry-on items, the TSA said.
TSA Investigating Report Claiming Air Marshal Left Gun In Newark Liberty Airport BathroomA janitor found the loaded pistol and alerted the TSA, according to the report.
TSA: Travelers Left Behind $675,000 In Loose Change At U.S. Airports In 2014A new report finds travelers leave behind hundreds of thousands in pocket change at the airport.
ACLU Sues For Airport 'Behavior Detection' Program RecordsA civil rights group sued the federal government Thursday to try to force it to turn over information about airport "behavior detection'' programs designed to spot passengers who are potential threats, saying they lead to discrimination.

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