TSA Implementing New Pat-Down Procedures Across The NationThe Transportation Security Administration has implemented new procedures to keep traveler's safe this Spring Break, but it's already being faced with negative reaction.
Fort Lauderdale Attack Renews Debate On Airport SecurityThe deadly shooting at the Fort Lauderdale airport is forcing aviation experts - and the government - to take another long look at airport security.
Airport Security Fix: Better Training For Humans And DogsThe TSA suffers from understaffing, low morale and high turnover. But the agency's current administrator wants to hire more enthusiastic agents, train them better, and better use bomb-sniffing dogs.
Texas Airports See Respite From Perimeter Security IntrudersIntruders got over the fencing that protects Texas' two busiest airports more than authorities disclosed, though there were no breaches last year.
Private Program Lets Travelers "Fly" Through Airport SecuritySome private companies and the government are now trying to make the flying process easier for qualified flyers.
Texas, California, Florida Sites Get Customs ProgramSix locations in Texas, California and Florida are going to be taking part in a pilot program designed to reduce the time people have to wait while entering the country by having the sponsoring organization help pay the costs of additional border officers.
Feds Delay Policy To Allow Small Knives On PlanesA new policy allowing passengers to carry small knives on planes was put on hold by federal officials on Monday.
Iris Scan = Shorter Wait In Airport Security LineIt sounds like something out of the Tom Cruise movie Minority Report, but if you’re willing to pay a fee and get your iris scanned, you can jump to the front of the security line at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.