Local Businesses Giving Back To Federal Workers Affected By Government ShutdownDonations were rolling in an airport terminal on Tuesday morning to fill up a food pantry that can be accessed by any federal worker.
TSA Gives Tips For Travelers Ahead Of Thanksgiving HolidayThe TSA is expecting more than 25 million travelers at airports across the nation during the Thanksgiving holiday.
TSA Reveals It's Keeping A List Of Unruly PassengersTSA says there's been a spike in attacks on its officers.
TSA Offering Tips To Make Summer Travel A BreezeThe TSA will give advice on what is and is not allowed in carry-on bags.
Hand Saw Found In Carry-On Bag At Atlantic City Airport, TSA SaysOne traveler apparently tried to take a saw on the plane at Atlantic City International Airport.
Refresher Course For Air Travelers In Philadelphia On Airline SecurityOfficials brought their demonstration to Philadelphia.
TSA Testing New Suicide Vest-Detection Technology The Transportation Security Administration will begin testing new suicide vest-detection technology at New York City's Penn Station starting Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer said.
Laptops Could Be Banned From Checked Bags On Planes Due To Fire RiskLaptops could be banned from checked baggage on planes due to a fire risk under a proposal being recommended by an international air safety panel.
Pittsburgh Airport To Allow Non-Fliers Past SecurityA Pennsylvania airport is about to become the first U.S. airport to allow non-fliers past security since 9/11.
TSA Now Requiring Separate Screenings For Electronics Larger Than A Cell PhoneThe airport security screening process just got even more frustrating for flyers.
TSA: Passenger Tried To Bring 20-Pound Lobster Through Checked BaggageTSA agents say a passenger in Boston tried to bring a 20-plus pound lobster through checked baggage on Sunday.
TSA Selling Lost And Surrendered Items Every First Friday Of The MonthThe first Friday of every month TSA will be selling items that were lost or surrendered to TSA agents at Sky Harbor Airport. The items will be sold at fair market value and all proceeds from the sale go to the General Fund.