Just a few days before the busy holiday travel period, the Transportation Security Administration has decided to change the rules of flying - again.
The inspector general at the Department of Homeland Security is asking airports to deliver personal information on workers who have access to secure or sensitive areas.Keep Reading
Those security measures that passengers are subjected to at airports don't fly with US Rep. John J. Duncan Jr (R-Tenn.).Keep Reading
One phase of the debate over whole-body imaging ended on Christmas Day—but now new questions are being raised about deploying the technology. Keep Reading
Consistency questioned in time of enhanced pat downsKeep Reading
State lawmakers joined with civil liberties advocates today to call on Congress to review the Transportation Security Administration's airport screening processes.Keep Reading
The president’s 2011 budget was released on Feb. 1, and although experience has shown that we still have a long way to go before we know precisely what has and has not been funded for 2011, and for how much, the budget request provides us with a unique opportunity to cut through some of the… Keep Reading
The Department of Homeland Security said on Friday it is trying to address concerns of pilots about stepped-up screening at US airports and worries in the travel industry that fliers will limit trips because of more rigorous checks.
In a significant victory for federal employee unions, the Federal Labor Relations Authority decided Friday that Transportation Security Administration staffers will be allowed to vote on union representation.
There is a gaping hole in aviation security, a hole so big about one billion pounds of cargo fly right through it every year -- cargo on passenger planes coming into this country that never gets inspected, reports CBS News investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian .
Passenger flights are set to resume between Germany and Yemen, according the Middle Eastern nation's state-run media, weeks after a shutdown prompted by a terror scare involving packages in cargo planes.Keep Reading
This will be a year of major purchases across the Department of Homeland Security. Keep Reading
Receiving Recovery Act money means that spending choices must be made—and quickly. Keep Reading
A disguised man’s ability to sneak onto an international Air Canada flight using someone else’s boarding pass raises troubling questions, said US Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano.
Three Brazilian nationals suspected of being in the country illegally while studying to be pilots at a flight school in Stow admitted last night that they do not have active visas and questioned why the federal Transportation Security Administration cleared them for the training.
Three national Sikh advocacy and civil rights organizations have said federal transportation officials plan to always search turbans at airport screening stations, even if wearers pass through state-of-the-art body imaging scanners.Keep Reading
These days, you don't have to be rich and famous to get the VIP treatment and zip through some of the nation's busiest airport customs checkpoints.Keep Reading
US officials dramatically increased the screening of incoming air cargo following the interception on Friday of two explosive devices believed to have originated in Yemen, as a renewed debate emerged over how much resources federal officials and private companies should devote to such screening.
Cargo plot described as very sophisticated and highly coordinated.
Inspectors from the United States are heading to Yemen to monitor security practices and to try to find the holes in their system that allowed two explosive packages to leave the country.