Transportation agency says it will move officers around the country to deal with local shortages in the wake of the government shutdown.
With no end to the government shutdown in sight, the president aims to plead his case for wall funding directly to the American people.
The ACLU says the policy being considered by the Transportation Security Administration raises concerns about violation of passengers' privacy rights.
Due to last week’s tumultuous events, the “Last Week Tonight” host threw out a story about the Transportation Security Administration to talk about what he calls “Stupid Watergate.”
Recent detentions of travelers to the United States—and seizure of their phones and other work-related material—have sparked alarm.
Airport security guards violently arrested a disabled teenage cancer patient during a security screening at Memphis International Airport, the girl’s family has alleged in a lawsuit.
When so many of us become frightened enough of our own government to do its censoring for it, we’ve all lost the battle for dignity and civil rights.
A Transportation Security Administration checklist obtained by The Intercept lists throat clearing, whistling and “exaggerated yawning” in airports as suspicious behavior. “Democracy Now!” speaks to The Intercept’s Cora Currier about the revelation.
If your phone or tablet won't turn on at certain airport security checks, you may have to abandon your device overseas.
Despite all the talk by Washington insiders about how whistle-blowers like Edward Snowden should work through the system rather than bring their concerns directly into the public sphere, former Transportation Security Administration Air Marshal Robert MacLean is living proof of the hell of trying to do so.