The Dept. of Homeland Security said there have been over 25,000 security breaches at airports in the past 10 years — an average of seven per day.
TSA officers at Ontario Airport say that they are seeing an increase in the number of people attempting to take guns and other dangerous devices on planes. Four guns have been found so far this year.
A man is in FBI custody after flying from New York’s JFK Airport to LAX without a valid boarding pass and matching ID.
The daughter of a 95-year-old leukemia patient said she was “emotionally distraught” after airport security officers forced her mother to remove her soiled adult diaper during a pat-down.
A tip from a pawn shop in Irvine led police to suspect Paul Yashou and the stolen items.
Taxpayers could save $39 million if LAX replaced its federal security screeners with a private force, according to a recent report by the House Transportation Committee.
If overly-intrusive airport screening procedures have grounded your flight plans, a high-tech firm’s plans for a new approach to security may soon get you up in the air again.
A member of the House Homeland Security says the TSA shouldn’t be focusing their pat-down efforts on “the general public”.
If you are heading to LAX for the holidays, watch out for the valuables in your luggage. TSA receives about 12,000 complaints each year of items lost or stolen from luggage nationwide.
Police say 31-year-old Transportation Security Administration officer Ryan Driscoll was arrested May 10 at Terminal 6 for investigation of felony grand theft.
Nightly news host Brian Williams said it was “such a joy” to be treated like every other American by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) upon his arrival at LAX.
A top military official says new warnings about insulated beverage containers are an example of federal officials trying to anticipate terror tactics.
Everyone going over the river and through the woods to grandma’s house for Christmas can expect to pay a premium for gas this holiday weekend.
Passengers may bah humbug at the pat-downs and body scanners, but certain TSA agents plan to lift their spirits with a few holiday songs at Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday.
A group of seventeen singers and musicians makes up the “TSA Choir” that has caught travelers off-guard with their impromptu performances at the nation’s second-busiest airport.