Transportation Security Administration
If you’ve been to an airport recently, you’ve probably seen security randomly select people for extra screenings. But in a CBS 2 investigation, some female travelers say there was nothing random about it. They claim agents hand-selected them with something else in mind.
Alexandra Schmid, who has worked for the TSA for four years, allegedly swiped the cash from the passenger’s jacket as it passed through an X-ray conveyor belt around 8:25 p.m. Wednesday in Terminal 4.
Officers with the Transportation Security Administration and Port Authority Police Department are searching for a man who went through a checkpoint at Newark Liberty International Airport before screening was done.
Two former airport security officers, who have already spent over a year in jail, have now been sentenced for theft.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer and state Sen. Michael Gianaris of Queens want the Transportation Security Administration to create the position at all airports.
There’s new fallout over airport screening procedures after three women say they were strip-searched at John F. Kennedy International Airport. On Tuesday a former top-ranking Transportation Security Administration agent weighed in.
The TSA said that the Belgium-bound passenger surrendered her items to officials and that there was no impact to airport operations.
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.
The TSA confiscated the ammunition and discovered the man had an outstanding warrant.
Previously the TSA announced it was removing the worker from screening operations. Now the agency says it has apologized to blogger Jill Filipovic and is sacking the worker.
According to a post on its blog, the TSA says the “individual was immediately removed from screening operations and appropriate disciplinary action has been initiated.”
You trust them to protect you, but on Tuesday Transportation Security Agency agents were accused of betraying the public and helping drug smugglers.
You’ve seen the videos. Pat-downs of children have led to a nationwide debate on security screening at airports. Now, the government is changing the rules for kids.
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 former boxer says he’s been sucker-punched by the Transportation Security Administration. He was born with one hand, which didn’t stop him from fighting in the Golden Gloves, but the TSA says he’s not qualified for a job as a security screener.