TSA Posts Actual Audio Recordings During Chaos Of September 11The events of 9/11 as they unfolded through actual audio of first responders, air traffic vontrollers, dispatch personnel, airline employees, pilots, citizens, terrorists.
Los Angeles To Be First US City To Install Body Scanners In SubwaysThey scan your naturally occurring body waves looking for any indication of concealed weapons or explosive devices.
TSA Launches New 3D Scanner Technology To Replace X-Ray ScannersThe scanners can see through cluttered bags and give screeners the ability to zoom in and rotate the bag for a 360-degree view.
One Of The TSA's First Screening Dogs Retiring After 7 Years At O'Hare And MidwayHer nose keeps us safer as we travel, and now she’s heading for a well-deserved retirement.
Man Charged With Trying To Board Plane With Gun52-year-old John Waltz was being screened at a security checkpoint for a Las Vegas-bound flight on Monday.
TSA Boss: Stowaway Got Past First Checkpoint During Busy Rush At O'HareThe administrator of the Transportation Security Administration said his agency is looking closely at their screening procedures.
Midway's Rookie Bomb-Sniffing Dog Gets Nervous, Poops In TerminalThe Transportation Security Administration said one of its bomb-sniffing dogs at Midway Airport is doing just fine at its job, but it apparently needs to take more work breaks.
Midway Airport Breaks Ground On New Security Pavilion ProjectPoliticians, airline executives and members of the TSA broke ground on the next phase of improvements at Midway airport.
TSA Now Requiring Separate Screenings For Electronics Larger Than A Cell PhoneThe airport security screening process just got even more frustrating for flyers.
TSA Finds 4 Guns In Luggage At Midway Airport In MarchThree of the four weapons were 9mm pistols and were loaded. The number of guns found at checkpoints continues to rise nationwide.
Joliet Man Charged With Breaching O'Hare Checkpoint, Trying To Board PlaneA Joliet man was facing multiple criminal charges after allegedly breaching a security checkpoint at O'Hare International Airport on Sunday and trying to board a Spirit Airlines flight.
Study Finds Making PreCheck Free Could Save TSA MillionsA new study by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign claims the government should pay for frequent fliers to join the PreCheck program, because it will actually save the TSA money.