Snake On A Plane? TSA Intercepts Baby Python Inside Checked Luggage At MIA A passenger on his way to Barbados was stopped Sunday by TSA officers at Miami International Airport for attempting to sneak a snake on a plane.
TSA Steps Up Security Of Powders In Carry-On BagsThe Transportation Security Administration is implementing new procedures when it comes to powders in carry-on bags.
Dog Dies After Airline Worker Has It Placed In Overhead BinThe latest incident on a United Airlines flight has led to the company issuing yet another apology.
US Bound Cargo From Muslim Countries To Get Extra ScreeningThe Transportation Security Administration has taken emergency action of air cargo from five predominantly Muslin countries.
New TSA Scanner Testing Underway To Spot Concealed ExplosivesA new security screening technique is being tested a week before what is expected to be a record-breaking holiday travel season.
TSA Has A Reminder For Travelers: Leave Your Guns At HomeTransportation security officials have a reminder for you - leave your gun at home.
Florida Prepares For FEMA Airlift Of Hurricane Maria VictimsFlorida prepares for victims of Hurricane Maria to arrive as FEMA offers first of its kind airlift and shelter program.
TSA Failed To Detect Weapons, Bombs During Most Screening TestsBad news for the Transportation Security Administration which is trying to shake the reputation of TSA standing for "Thousands Standing Around."
TSA, American Airlines Testing New Automated Screening Lanes At MIATSA agents and American Airlines are teaming up to shrink long security lines at Miami International Airport.
TSA Sets New Record: Most Guns Discovered In Carry-On Bags In A WeekA passenger brought a loaded gun in a carry-on bag to a security checkpoint at Miami International Airport Friday, TSA says.
TSA Now Requiring Separate Screenings For Electronics Larger Than A Cell PhoneThe airport security screening process just got even more frustrating for flyers.
CBS News: Terrorists Continue To Try And Discover Ways To Target Commercial AircraftU.S. Security officials have become increasingly concerned about the ability of terrorist organizations to target commercial aircraft.