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  • TSA's explosive findings in self-inspection will knock your socks off

    TSA's explosive findings in self-inspection will knock your socks off
    A Transportation Security Administration internal investigation found airport screeners failed to thwart smuggled mock explosives or weapons in 95.7 percent of its trials, according to ABC. The good news? They'll get your toothpaste and shampoo every...
  • Festival of Books: Come hear the TSA Chorus sing (not screen)

    Festival of Books: Come hear the TSA Chorus sing (not screen)
    Come watch Transportation Security Administration agents do something they don't typically do on the job -- sing! -- on April 18 at the  Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Yes, there's a TSA Chorus made up of agents who are responsible for screening...
  • TSA to test explosive detection device made in San Diego

    TSA to test explosive detection device made in San Diego
    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has signed an agreement to test a device designed by a San Diego technology company that may cut security screening time for travelers with electronic devices. The tabletop scanner made by One Resonance Sensors...
  • Passengers leave thousands in loose change at L.A., S.F. airports

    Passengers leave thousands in loose change at L.A., S.F. airports
    Travelers nationwide left about $675,000 in loose change at airports in the last fiscal year, and nowhere was that forgetfulness more costly in California than at Los Angeles International Airport, the Transportation Security Administration reports....
  • What you should know before flying with a gun

    What you should know before flying with a gun
    Here's the first rule for bringing a gun onto a plane: Don't forget you have it with you. "Most people just forget," said Kevin McCarthy, the Transportation Security Administration's federal security director at Midway Airport. "The two most common...
  • Community news for Killingly edition

    FACES spaces CANTERBURY - The Fine Art and Craft Exhibit and Sale (FACES) at the Finnish Hall, 76 North Canterbury Road, will be on Saturday, Oct. 3., at 9:30 a.m. This is an event listed in The Last Green Valley's Walktober calendar. A call for...
  • Baltimore man charged with attempting to board plane with gun at BWI

    Baltimore man charged with attempting to board plane with gun at BWI
    A Baltimore man was arrested on Friday after he allegedly attempted to bring a gun on board a plane at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, the Transportation Security Administration said. A spokesman with the Maryland Transportation Authority Police ...
  • Festival of Books: Travel talks on Cuba, travel bargains and TSA singers

    Festival of Books: Travel talks on Cuba, travel bargains and TSA singers
    The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books at USC this weekend will feature hourlong sessions on travel topics like how to get the best deal for your next vacation and what the eased rules mean for travel to Cuba. Presentations are scheduled Saturday and...
  • Rubio's campaign may be part of a grander plan

    In today's Friday Files, we have good news about a new play and bad news about a bone-headed decision by a cruise line. But first, let's take a look at Florida's first official 2016 candidate for the White House: Marco Rubio. A lot of people are pooh-...
  • 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 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...