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TSA Officers Detect Bangor International Airport’s First 2024 Firearm

During the morning security screening on Monday, February 5, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers immediately notified Bangor Police after detecting a firearm in a male passenger’s carry-on bag.

Travel Tips for Chiefs Fans Flying to Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVIII

Football fans planning to head to Las Vegas to cheer on the Chiefs can fly like winners if they follow a few travel tips before their flight to the big game and back home with their stash of Super Bowl souvenirs.

TSA’s Vision for a Connected Security System Using Open Architecture

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is embarking on a visionary journey toward a seamlessly connected transportation security system.

TSA Catches Two Guns in One Day at Philadelphia International Airport

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers at Philadelphia International Airport prevented two individuals from bringing their handguns onto their flights on Sunday, Jan. 28.   

TSA Intercepts Gun at Des Moines International Airport

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers prevented a handgun from making its way onboard an airplane at Des Moines International Airport (DSM) Friday.

Three Florida Airports Make the Top 10 List, Again

Three Florida airports once again made the nationwide top 10 list for passengers bringing firearms to the security checkpoints.

TSA Opens it’s HQ LIFT Cell/Innovation Lab

In a momentous occasion, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) marked a significant milestone with the grand opening of its TSA HQ LIFT Cell/Innovation Lab.

TSA Shares Top 10 Prohibited Items Discovered in Travelers’ Carry-on Luggage at Idaho Airports

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) today displayed a collection of the Top 10 prohibited items found by security screening officers at five different Idaho...

Miami Supervisory TSA Officers Shine in Handling Medical Emergency

The bustling atmosphere at Miami International Airport took an unexpected turn when a passenger fell and injured her head while having a seizure at the checkpoint.

DHS S&T Announces Track 3 of the Remote Identity Validation Tech Demo Challenge

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) announced the launch of Track 3 of the Remote Identity Validation Technology Demonstration (RIVTD).

Federal Fleet Electrification: Improving Mission Execution, Cost, Resilience, and Security

Electrifying federal vehicle fleets presents significant opportunities to increase federal agencies’ resilience to climate-fueled extreme weather and preserve their capacity to execute their missions – while simultaneously reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, improving operational efficiency, and shifting demand from foreign oil regimes to domestic energy companies. 

Facial Recognition Could Replace Passports at UK Airport e-Gates

It has happened to the best of us. The last-minute racking of brains on arrival in the UK to try to remember where the passports were packed, followed by the panicked fumbling all the way to the bottom of every compartment of every bag.

HSToday 2024 Threat Forecast: Part III: The Internal Threat

Homeland Security Today is proud to share our Editorial Board and expert community’s 2024 Threat Assessment.  In an election year, with tremendous risks and...

HSToday Expert Threat Forecast: Part II – Cyber, AI, & Advanced Technology

Homeland Security Today is proud to share our Editorial Board and expert community’s 2024 Threat Forecast.  In an election year, with tremendous risks and...

GAO: DOT Should Improve Transparency in the Infrastructure for Rebuilding America Program

In September 2022, the Department of Transportation (DOT) announced the allocation of $1.5 billion in discretionary grants for nationally and regionally significant freight and highway projects under the Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) program.

GAO: Agencies’ Project Selection and Challenges

In the complex landscape of managing public lands, addressing the backlog of deferred maintenance has become a pressing concern for federal agencies.
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