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An off-duty California police officer is being credited for going to the rescue of a security agent being assaulted at the Honolulu airport. Corporal Justin Rogers of the Pinole Police Department was on vacation and had just taken off his shoes to go...
Flying commercial can be a terrible hassle these days, but not for Steven Washburn. The people in charge of airport security have decided to spare him all the inconveniences. No taking off his shoes and belt, no putting his liquids in a plastic bag, no...
Wounded soldiers and veterans can now go through airport screening gates without removing shoes, hats or light jackets, the Transportation Security Administration announced. The TSA's decision to ease screening for wounded soldiers comes about two weeks...
The budget battle in Washington that is forcing cuts to federal budgets has already resulted in delays and long lines at some of the nation's largest airports, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Monday. At a breakfast meeting with the...
If you find an empty seat next to you on your next flight, consider yourself very lucky. The nation's airlines set a new record last year for the percentage of seats filled on commercial flights, with an overall average rate of 82.8%, up from 82% in...
In front of a crowd of more than 100, TSA spokesman Nico Melendez talked at Saturday's L.A. Times Travel Show about changes in progress and changes to come at the 11-year-old agency, a longtime hot button issue for travelers. Melendez, who has been with...
Tribune reporterA 22-year-old Maryland man trying to board a flight Friday night at Midway International Airport swore at and shoved a TSA agent and then fought with police after being told he faced a pat-down search, authorities said. Benjamin Geraci, 22, of the...
Frustrated travelers reported long lines at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Friday morning, as crowds jammed into terminals on their way out of town as local schools prepared to let out for spring break. The delays...
While hundreds of thousands of federal workers brace for unpaid furloughs starting next month, Uncle Sam is still looking to hire. In one week alone this month, nearly 2,200 job listings available to the public were posted on USAJobs.gov, the federal...
firstname.lastname@example.orgClarence Witmer Jr. of Greencastle, Pa., will fly from Baltimore-Washington International Airport to Oklahoma City this week. The new rule allowing pocket knives in carry-on luggage on commercial flights will not yet have gone into effect, but the...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Pocketknives are prohibited in Michigan airports, but beginning next month the Transportation Security Administration says agents will allow them through security checkpoints anyway. TSA recently announced that starting April...
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