An employee of the Federal Aviation Administration was arrested at LaGuardia Airport this week after he flew from Atlanta to New York with a gun in a carry-on, authorities told CBS News Friday.
A security screener at JFK Airport will spend up to 14-years in prison. A judge found Alexandra Schmid, 34, guilty of stealing $10,000 from passengers.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said Thursday that gun parts found in a passenger’s video game console at John F. Kennedy International Airport were not child’s play.
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?
Transportation Security Administration officers confiscated a gun Wednesday from a 94-year-old man set to board a plane at LaGuardia Airport.
TSA officers have been seen merging all lines into one, herding entire lines of people who have not been pre-screened through limited security, they only go through the metal detector.
Passengers without background checks have been whisked through the same lines reserved for pre-screened travelers, members of the TSA’s pre-check programs.
TSA agents have issued a new warning after agents made a starling find at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Transportation Security Administration officers made quite a discovery inside two checked bags at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Passengers headed to the United States can expect to encounter tighter security. The move comes amid the growing threat of terrorists sneaking a new type of bomb onto a flight.
Vernon Lythcott of Brooklyn was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Navnett Guleria, of Pennington, was devastated after she lost her four carat diamond ring — a gift from her husband to mark their 25th wedding anniversary — at Newark Liberty International Airport on Valentine’s Day.
For the first-time traveler hoping to avoid baggage fees to the experienced globetrotter, the following 10 tips will help teach you how to pack more efficiently and maybe even more safely.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security was warning airlines Wednesday to be aware of new chatter about explosives placed in shoes.
At Newark Liberty International Airport Thursday night, there was even more chaos and confusion, with passengers stuck trying to clear security.