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Read: How the FAA Reauthorization Act Affects Security Industry, Drone Users

How the FAA Reauthorization Act Affects Security Industry, Drone Users

Among provisions of the new FAA law is the use of grant funds to install video surveillance systems outside TSA-screened zones.

Read: L.A. Subway System Will Be First in U.S. to Implement Body Scanners

L.A. Subway System Will Be First in U.S. to Implement Body Scanners

The L.A. Metro says the body scanners will help keep transit riders safe from person-borne improvised explosive devices and other weapons.

Read: TSA to Install CT Scanners That Create 3-D Images of Bag Contents at 15 Airports

TSA to Install CT Scanners That Create 3-D Images of Bag Contents at 15 Airports

The security agency will deploy the initial units in the next few months and a total of 40 CT scanners by the end of the year.

Read: 11 Bizarre Objects Discovered by Airport Security

11 Bizarre Objects Discovered by Airport Security

People pack weird things in their luggage. From covert stun guns to smuggled snakes, here are some of the strangest things found by TSA.

Read: TSA Fails Deplorably in Latest Undercover Airport Security Tests

TSA Fails Deplorably in Latest Undercover Airport Security Tests

A new report by the Department of Homeland Security reveals that TSA screeners, its equipment or its procedures failed more than half of the time.

Read: Airport Security Tests at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Fail Miserably

Airport Security Tests at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Fail Miserably

Sources told KMSP-TV that TSA agents were unable to detect nearly all banned items that went through airport security checkpoints as part of a test.

Read: United Airlines Begins Automated Screening Lanes Checkpoint at Newark Airport

United Airlines Begins Automated Screening Lanes Checkpoint at Newark Airport

United became the first U.S.-based airline to exclusively dedicate automated screening lanes to a TSA Precheck security checkpoint.

Read: Security Breach at JFK Airport Lets Nearly a Dozen Passengers Go Unscreened

Security Breach at JFK Airport Lets Nearly a Dozen Passengers Go Unscreened

The incident occurred on President’s Day with three of the people setting off metal detectors, but no one stopped them.

Read: TSA Behavior Screening Program Leads to Racial Profiling, ACLU Says

TSA Behavior Screening Program Leads to Racial Profiling, ACLU Says

The TSA has consistently publicly defended the effectiveness of the program, despite concerns from experts who say it lacks a grounding in science.

Read: Time to Take Airport Security to a Higher Plane

Time to Take Airport Security to a Higher Plane

The Transportation Security Association is long overdue for an overhaul of its screening practices, policies and procedures.

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