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Transportation Security Administration

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  • TSA groping scandal: Possible victims come forward

    TSA groping scandal: Possible victims come forward
    Two fired Transportation Safety Administration agents allegedly involved in a scheme to grope passengers at Denver International Airport could face criminal charges after several victims contacted prosecutors and police Wednesday. At least two men...
  • Possible TSA groping victims contact Denver authorities

    More than two people have come forward with allegations that security agents at Denver International Airport groped them. Denver district attorney spokeswoman Lynn Kimbrough said Wednesday that several people called prosecutors after Denver television...
  • Land of Lincoln's grave situation dissed in National Geographic

    Land of Lincoln's grave situation dissed in National Geographic
    National Geographic says Abraham Lincoln's tomb in Springfield "has all the historical character of an office lobby." That's harsh. But, as in a lot of state of Illinois facilities, there's a guy there who's done nothing for, like, 150 years. Olive...
  • TSA stays on the job at Orlando International Airport

    TSA stays on the job at Orlando International Airport
    As expected, Orlando International Airport leaders voted unanimously Wednesday to keep federal security officers on the job checking travelers for weapons before they board planes, but with some caveats. The governing board accepted the recommendation...
  • New service to speed some travelers' security checks at BWI

    A new service promises to speed some travelers' trips through security at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. A New York-based company called CLEAR plans to open kiosks at the airport next week that will be integrated into the...
  • US to tell certain travelers if on no-fly list

    Under legal pressure, the Obama administration will begin telling some suspected terrorists if and why they are on a list of tens of thousands of people banned from flying to, from or within the United States. The new policy allows for an American...
  • Denver TSA agents fired over scheme to grope attractive male passengers, police say

    Denver TSA agents fired over scheme to grope attractive male passengers, police say
    Two Transportation Security Administration agents who worked at Denver International Airport have been fired over a scheme that involved manipulating screening equipment so one of them could grope passengers he found attractive, according to the Denver...
  • Orlando airport expected to keep TSA on the job

    Orlando airport expected to keep TSA on the job
    Federal security officers would continue checking travelers for weapons before they board planes at Orlando International Airport under a plan that likely will be adopted today by airport leaders. But the Transportation Security Administration could be...
  • Denver TSA agents fired over groping scheme allegations

    Denver TSA agents fired over groping scheme allegations
    Two security agents at Denver International Airport have been fired over allegations they manipulated passenger screening systems to allow one of them to grope male travelers. Denver television station KCNC (http://cbsloc.al/1PHAg5f) obtained law...
  • Georgia families risk fines in resupplying medical marijuana

    Patients who have to go out of state to get cannabis oil say they will face risks and hurdles even after medical marijuana becomes legal in Georgia on Thursday. Gov. Nathan Deal will sign a law that makes it legal to possess up to 20 ounces of cannabis...
  • Firms push high-tech solutions to fortify airport perimeters

    Technology firms increasingly pitch new sensors and software to U.S. airports as a way to bolster exterior security and keep intruders out, but such digital barriers come with a hefty price tag and don't always work. An Associated Press investigation...