Despite billions of dollars spent beefing up security since Sept. 11, 2001, a new report claims passengers may still be seriously vulnerable.
Justin Oberman says terrorists are getting more and more savvy about how they defeat the screening systems.
On the busiest travel day of the year, the threat of a protest over security screening procedures hangs over O’Hare International Airport and the rest of the nation’s airports.
She’s been fighting breast cancer. Now she is fighting to get her job back – taking on the controversial TSA. The Tinley Park mother of three says she was unfairly fired from her TSA job because of her illness. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
A loosely organized Internet campaign is urging people to refuse the scans on Wednesday in what is being called National Opt-Out Day. Could it cause a huge travel mess?
Officials say the scan can take up to 10 seconds, while a pat-down can take four minutes.
A loosely organized Internet boycott of full-body scans at airports planned for Wednesday could mean major disruptions for holiday travelers.
Passengers normally don’t want to see long lines at the airport, but a protest against stepped up security is gaining momentum and it threatens to make a very busy air travel day worse than ever.
Some flyers say new security measures meant to prevent terror in the air amount to just groping on the ground. One Chicago-area woman compares her experience to sexual assault. CBS 2’s Kristyn Hartman reports.
The U.S. Homeland Security chief insists there are privacy safeguards, as passengers complain about the machines’ intrusiveness.