IG and lawmakers criticize TSA on separate frontsKeep Reading
The Transportation Security Administration has installed new body scanners at local airports which reveal more than just security risks.Keep Reading
Endorsement of bargaining by Pistole could cure many ills at TSA, unions say.
A First Amendment lawyer says it is "absurd" that it took the federal government four years to respond to information requests by 9NEWS and said the government is "playing games" after it tried to charge the station more than $1 million for the public records.Keep Reading
An accumulation of many different intelligence leads over many months has led the State Department to issue a rare alert urging Americans traveling in Europe to be vigilant. In his weekly interview with Federal News Radio, Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg discusses the recent string of incidents that have Europe on high alert.Keep Reading
No full name, date of birth or gender on your airline reservation? Then no boarding pass, according to a security rule that goes into effect soon.Keep Reading
GAO identifies faults in implementation of current counterpiracy strategy.
Goals and outcome-oriented measures of results of info-sharing haven't been performed Keep Reading
Secretary seeks ICAO security resolution, full participation in Secure Flight this yearKeep Reading
Scientists gather data to defeat terrorist attacks against mass transit systemsKeep Reading
Haisong Jiang, the Rutgers student who was arrested at Newark Liberty International Airport in January after ducking past security to spend time with his girlfriend, was fined $3,000 last week by the Transportation Security Administration, the agency said Friday.
TSA meanwhile claims progress on another 9/11 Act mandate to screen US-bound air cargoKeep Reading
Mystery surrounds an incident in which a laden oil tanker was damaged in the Strait of Hormuz Wednesday. Maritime and shipping officials are at odds over whether the cause was an intentional explosion or a freak wave caused by seismic activity.Keep Reading
Report cites limitations of current explosives detection solutions for rail, mass transitKeep Reading
If you're still pining away for that fancy whittlin' knife that got confiscated at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport when you forgot it was in your carry-on, take heart.
GAO recommends a contingency plan for alternatives to voluntary shipper compliance but TSA declinesKeep Reading
All passengers flying domestically and internationally on US airlines are now being checked against government watch lists through the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) Secure Flight program. Not everything has gone smoothly, though. In his weekly interview with Federal News Radio, Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg discusses some of the glitches.
TSA execution of Secure Flight on-schedule
The US Senate Friday confirmed FBI veteran John Pistole as the new chief of the Transportation Security Administration, more than a year after the nomination process began and two other candidates withdrew under fire.
Obama's first pick to head TSA examines important aspects of agency ahead of confirmation hearing for third pickKeep Reading