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Laptops could be banned on all international flights in and out of the US, Kelly says

Kelly said he "might" ban laptops on flights entering and leaving the U.S. to combat "a real, sophisticated" terrorist threat.

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Report: An airline made 2 Muslim men deboard a plane and go through airport security all over again

The Thomas Cook Airlines incident is the latest in a spate of airlines making international headlines for all the wrong reasons.

Italian airport staff stops Muslim woman from boarding plane: "You are not safe for us."

"You could hide something in your hair. If you don’t take it off, we do not know if there’s something inside, OK?"
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Southwest Airlines pilot arrested after bringing loaded gun to Albany airport

The airline industry can't catch a break.
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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.

These are the pictures of security during the inauguration that you didn't see

28,000 security personnel were employed.
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CNN commentator Angela Rye shares "humiliating" TSA experience on Twitter

"There's a balance between security and civil liberties and we can't forget that."

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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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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When Racial Profiling at the Airport Has Nothing to Do With Your Appearance

"Why'd your parents give you such a sinister name?"

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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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This Rapper's Racist Instagram Photo Teaches America an Important Lesson

And it's part of a much larger problem.
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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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Marijuana Legalization: Why You Should Be Able to Fly With Weed in Your Carry-On

The TSA should not be doing the work of the DEA. It needs to create a transparent policy on whether or not you can take weed on the plane.
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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.

JetBlue Racial Profiling Incident Proves What Every Muslim Already Knows

Over a decade after 9/11, Islamophobia and religious profiling of American Muslims is still very apparent in the United States.

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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.

For $85, This TSA Program Will Make Flying Suck Just a Little Bit Less

The TSA is extending a program to the general public, for only $85, that will expedite the security process. Less procedure and shorter lines await those who agree to background checks.
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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."