Transportation Security Administration
The Transportation Security Administration wants airline passengers to follow the Boy Scouts motto when traveling this summer: Be prepared — (but leave that Swiss Army knife at home!)
The TSA says it confiscates hundreds of dangerous items each month at the screening checkpoints of Philadelphia International Airport.
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After he recovers from his own wounds, Paul Ciancia will go on trial for the murder of TSA agent Gerardo Hernandez. Attorney John Jordan will represent the defendant.
“I think it will help at the checkpoint from the standpoint that we won’t be focused on small items that could be a diversion for an actual significant threat,” TSA administrator John Pistole says.
Officials say a Pennsylvania man was arrested on Sunday at Newark Liberty International Airport after screeners noticed a loaded gun in his carry-on bag.
The Transportation Security Administration announced Friday that they intend to fire seven of their employees following the discovery of a bribery scandal at the Philadelphia International Airport.
The suspect, who was arrested after allegedly attempting to carry explosives on a plane at Philadelphia International Airport, was released on house arrest Tuesday.
But not Philadelphia.
Septa is one of 17 rail and mass transit agencies nationwide to earn the “Gold Standard” rating on a security assesment program administered by the TSA.
Troy Davis admitted stealing five laptops and a Sony Playstation from checked luggage at Philadelphia International Airport.
Speaking at the Trenton train station on Monday, Homeland Security secretary Janet Napolitano said pat-downs and full-body scans at airports are unlikely to change anytime soon.
Body-imaging scanners at airport check points and enhanced pat-down procedures by the Transportation Security Administration is getting mixed reviews by travelers at Philadelphia International Airport.
Authorities isolated five cargo planes Friday both locally and abroad following a scare involving suspicious packages that originated in Yemen. The White House says President Barack Obama was notified about a potential terrorist threat after the packages were discovered.