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JFK Security Breach: What happened at the TSA Precheck checkpoint?

Nearly a dozen people breezed through a TSA security checkpoint at JFK airport without being screened Monday.

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Disabled Woman Gets Into Bloody Altercation With TSA at Memphis Airport

Hannah Cohen, a disabled teen, was brutally taken down by TSA agents.
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The TSA Made $765,000 From Your Loose Change in 2015

The TSA is making money off travelers' forgetfulness.
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The TSA Spent $1.4 Million on an App That Selects You for Screenings

The app could theoretically be built in a day.
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"Suicide Bomber Selfie" From EgyptAir Hijacking Wasn't a Hoax But It Also Wasn't a Selfie

"It has to be the best selfie ever." OR IS IT?

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The TSA Has Been Letting a Lot of People With Links to Terrorism Work at Airports

What's the point of even calling it "security" anymore?
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One Image Sums Up the Problem With How the World Responds to Terrorism

France's response has been unfortunately reminiscent of the U.S.'s response to 9/11.

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The TSA Is Considering Changing Its Most Annoying Rule Yet

This would be so great.
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The Simplest Solution for Speeding Up Airport Lines Is Right Under the TSA's Nose

The TSA is offering $15,000 for the best ideas to improve those awful waits. Here's an easy one.
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It Was HELL Aboard the Hijacked Ethiopian Plane Yesterday — A Passenger Tells the Story

"Every single second of those 6 hours of uncertainty and soon-to-be death was a psychological torture."
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"I Saw You Naked And Yes, We Were Laughing." A TSA Agent Spills the Beans On His Job.

An article in Politico Magazine exposes the TSA for what it is: a joke.
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The TSA isn't Making Air Travel Any Safer, According to a Government Report

The TSA's screening procedures and failure rates are statistically not doing anything to keep us safe. Why do we pay $8 billion a year to be violated?

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See the TSA-Friendly Weapons You Can Build At Your Local Airport

Videos by software developer and "independent security researcher" Evan Booth show why we desperately need to reconsider our current airport security regime.
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Pilots Union Memo Warns of Possible Terrorist "Dry-Runs" on U.S. Flights

An incident on a flight from Washington D.C. to Orlando reminds us why the security measures we hate are there in the first place: to ensure the safety we love.
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New Never Before Seen Footage Of 9/11 Will Give You Chills

A video is currently ciculating the internet claiming to contain "never before seen" footage of the streets of New York City immediately following the 2001 WTC attacks.
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Another TSA Horror Story: You'll Never Guess What An Agent Did This Time

Nna Alpha Onuoha, the same TSA agent who was previously suspended for harassing a teenage girl at LAX, has been arrested for making threats against the Los Angeles airport.
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TSA Patdowns Coming to a Concert Near You

No longer confined to airport security, the TSA has expanded its role to other forms of transportation ... and basically anywhere it wants.

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NSA PRISM Program: Big Brother is Watching, and That's a Good Thing

Technological advances have provided law abiding citizens, as well as criminals and terrorists, with instantaneous data transfer. If Big Brother is watching that is a good thing.
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A TSA Agent Who Gropes People For a Living Just Gave a Teen Some Tips On Modesty

The 15-year-old daughter of Boing Boing founder Mark Frauenfelder was berated by an LAX TSA agent who didn't approve of the teen's attire, stating, "You're only 15, cover yourself."
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The Verdict Is In, And TSA's $1 Billion Surveillance Program is a Colossal Flop

A new report finds that there is little evidence that the $1 billion airport passenger screening program, believed to promote racial profiling, screens passengers objectively.
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William Potts: "Homesick Hijacker" Wants to Come Back to America

The former U.S. plane hijacker wants to come back to the United States to visit his family and to formally apologize to those he terrorized on the plane.
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Ashley Jessica TSA: Did Airport Security Molest an InfoWars Activist?

An activist's viral video has brought the discussion over the Transportation Security Administration's airport search procedures back into the spotlight.

TSA Allowed Items: Small Knives and Sports Equipment Now Permitted On Planes

The TSA will relax its rules on carry-on luggage, a move seemingly designed to help restore its tattered reputation. The changes appear to be less about security and more about saving face.
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How the TSA Assaults the Dignity of All Americans

As a direct result of "Security Theater," millions of Americans have suffered humiliation at the hands of the TSA. This latest occurrence is yet more cause for ending these atrocities.
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September 11: Why Another Major Terrorist Attack Could Happen in 2012

Eleven years after 9/11, the threat of a high impact terrorist incident remains a concern amongst security and law enforcement agencies.
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New York 9/11 Memorial Honors the Day That Changed the World

A recent article in the 'New York Times' confronted the difficult task of the creators of the 9/11 Memorial. How can we commemorate an event that still means so much to so many?