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Two years after 9/11, federal Air Marshal Robert MacLean turned whistle-blower. He revealed to MSNBC reporters that the government planned to remove armed security officers from long-distance passenger flights to reduce hotel expenses despite reports...
A Frederick man on his way to Jackson Hole, Wyo., was given a citation Wednesday afternoon for having a stun gun in his carry-on luggage at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. The unidentified passenger was stopped by a Transportation Security Administration...
After listening to the news reports for the past week, I think I must be the only person in America who thinks that the IRS is supposed to look for people and groups who might try to evade taxes ("Taxing the tea party," May 13). I am an honest person...
Reuters(Reuters) - OSI Systems Inc said the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued it a "proposed debarment notice" related to privacy concerns over its full-body passenger scanners used in airports, limiting the company's ability to sign new federal...
The Honolulu Star-AdvertiserRoutine screening of checked baggage at Honolulu Airport this month turned up two 1-pound cans of rifle gunpowder, which were confiscated, the Transportation Security Administration said. The TSA said the gunpowder was discovered May 8 in a bag bound...
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Most of us will put up with a cramped middle seat on a short flight. But on trips more than three hours long, we are ready to crack open our wallets and pay for a window or aisle seat. That is one of the findings of a recent Harris Interactive poll of...
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.The pressure continues to mount on the Transportation Security Administration to prohibit passengers from bringing small pocket knives into the cabins of commercial planes. Opponents of allowing knives on planes unveiled a survey last week that found...
The Press of Atlantic City, Pleasantville, N.J.Planning a trip through Atlantic City International Airport? Prepare to see something still uncommon in airports: podlike security portals separating deplaning passengers from baggage claim. The futuristic-looking "pods," as they've been nicknamed by...
For the third time in two weeks, a passenger carrying a loaded handgun has been arrested while trying to board a flight at Orlando International Airport. The latest case happened about 3 p.m. Thursday when a TSA officer noticed what looked a pistol...
The Post and Courier, Charleston, S.C.Nationwide, the Transportation Security Administration confiscates about two guns a day at U.S. airports. That's the same number confiscated each month, on average, at Charleston International, the federal agency's top local official said Thursday. "I...
Grouse all you want about airline baggage fees, but the numbers don't lie: You are slowly learning to accept them as a painful but necessary part of the flying experience. In fact, the overall satisfaction with air travel has increased to the highest...
The Island Packet OnlineThe Hilton Head Island Airport's terminal is scheduled for an expansion that would include more seating, security areas and restrooms. The improvements, expected to cost about $1.9 million, would make the airport more convenient to travelers after...
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