TSA administrator, John Pistole's took part in the Aspen Security Forum 2014, where he answered questions on lifting of the ban on flights into Israe ...
Full article at: Mail.com
1 day ago, 2:39pm CDT
Source: CBS Philly
By Michelle Durham
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Planning to fly soon? You better book those flights this week because tickets purchased next Monday will cost you more.
TSA Spokesperson Mike McCarthy says the bi-partisan budget agreement in 2013 restructured the passenger fee:
“Right now the fee is $2.50 per leg of a connecting flight. Capped at $5 per one way trip, $10 per round trip. Now it will be a a flat r ...
Full article at: CBS Philly
Jul 14 2014, 2:51am CDT
Source: Big Government
The Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) claims that Breitbart News' report that TSA officials are allowing illegal aliens to fly on commercial airlines without valid identification and by simply showing their Notice to Appear forms is false and inaccurate reporting. In a sequence of tweets between Ross Feinstein, press secretary/spokesman of the TSA, and Managing Director of Breitbart Texas, ...
Full article at: Big Government
Jul 12 2014, 10:43am CDT
Gov. Bobby Jindal struck a chord around the nation when he voiced the sentiment held by millions: “I can sense right now a rebellion brewing amongst these United States where people are ready for a hostile takeover of Washington, D.C., to preserve the American Dream for our children and grandchildren.”
What Gov. Jindal did was merely vocalize the serious frustrations of a majority of Americans, namely, that we no longer have a representative gov ...
Full article at: WND
Jun 27 2014, 6:23pm CDT
LINTHICUM, Md. (WJZ) — We all know the feeling: the frantic search for something lost.
As Alex DeMetrick reports, when it comes to traveling, a lot of it gets found by the TSA.
At the TSA checkpoint at BWI-Marshall, people lose things every day.
“Laptops are surprisingly common, and cell phones. Here’s one with a big screen. Here’s a flip top. Here’s another one with a big screen. Here’s an iPhone,” said Lisa Farbstein, TSA spokesperson.
And there are trays of keys, one for each d ...
Full article at: WJZ
Jun 24 2014, 10:04am CDT
Source: Next Level, GE Healthcare
There's a debate percolating in aviation. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently announced that, among other things, small knives (less than 2.36 inches) will be allowed on airplanes beginning April 25, 2013. Many find this nonsensical.
The debate hit my radar on the way home from HIMSS... While waiting for a taxi to the New Orleans airport I looked up and saw a friend of mine speaking with Wolf Blitzer o ...
Full article at: Next Level, GE Healthcare
Mar 14 2013, 7:00am CDT