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  • Flights at LAX 'back to normal' after deadly shooting

    Flights at LAX 'back to normal' after deadly shooting
    Flight schedules at Los Angeles International Airport were "back to normal" Sunday after a deadly shooting Friday caused mass delays and cancellations. LAX spokesman Marshall Lowe said regular operations had resumed by Sunday morning. "There were no...
  • TSA to add more pre-check security lines at BWI

    TSA to add more pre-check security lines at BWI
    More security lines will be opened under the TSA PreCheck program at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport starting Tuesday, giving trusted travelers another option for expedited screening. Travelers who sign-up and qualify for the program are allowed to move...
  • LAX shooting sparks debate on security, arming TSA agents

    LAX shooting sparks debate on security, arming TSA agents
    LAX police and the federal Transportation Security Administration are reviewing protocols in the wake of the shooting Friday that left a TSA agent dead and several other people wounded. At a news conference over the weekend, TSA Administrator John...
  • LAX shooting: Teacher wounded by gunman needs surgery

    A Calabasas High School teacher wounded in a shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport Friday was listed in fair condition, officials said. Brian Ludmer, 29, sustained a bullet wound and will need surgery for a fractured leg as well as...
  • L.A. Now Live: Discuss the latest on the LAX shooting

    L.A. Now Live: Discuss the latest on the LAX shooting
    Discuss the latest on the Los Angeles International Airport shooting at 9 a.m. with Times reporter Kate Mather. The man accused of going on Friday’s deadly shooting rampage through LAX remained heavily sedated and under armed guard at a hospital...
  • Operations return to normal at LAX

    Operations return to normal at LAX
    As operations at Los Angeles International Airport returned to normal Sunday, a Calabasas High School teacher wounded in a shooting rampage at the airport last week remained in fair condition. Brian Ludmer, 29, sustained a bullet wound and will need...
  • LAX shooting: Suspected gunman remains sedated, under 24-hour guard

    LAX shooting: Suspected gunman remains sedated, under 24-hour guard
    The man accused of going on a deadly shooting rampage through Los Angeles International Airport remained heavily sedated and under armed guard at a hospital Monday. Paul Anthony Ciancia, 23, an unemployed motorcycle mechanic, was wounded by LAX police...
  • LAX shooting: Alleged gunman's motive remains a mystery

    LAX shooting: Alleged gunman's motive remains a mystery
    As authorities filed murder charges against the suspect in the LAX shooting rampage, they were also trying to determine  a possible motive. Paul Anthony Ciancia, 23, an unemployed motorcycle mechanic, grew up in the Philadelphia suburb of Pennsville...
  • Family of LAX shooting suspect 'shocked and numbed' by rampage

    The family of the suspect in Friday's shooting at Los Angeles International Airport said in a statement Monday that "we, like most Americans, are shocked and numbed by the tragic events." The statement was delivered on live television by John Jordan,...
  • Should we arm TSA agents?

    Should we arm TSA agents?
    It may sound crazy that the Transportation Security Agents assigned to keep guns out of airports have no protection against anyone who brings a gun to a security checkpoint planning to use it. So when a man showed up Friday at Los Angeles International...
  • LAX shooting: Some TSA agents should be armed, union says

    LAX shooting: Some TSA agents should be armed, union says
    The president of the union representing more than 45,000 Transportation Security Administration agents urged Congress and the agency on Monday to create a new class of officers that would be armed with weapons. J. David Cox Sr., president of the ...