A recent lawsuit and leaked documents have scientists reeling over how the TSA is using junk science to screen for terrorists. “We are all horrified,” one scientist said.
After years of complaints that agents arbitrarily search black women’s hair, the Transportation Security Administration has agreed to new training courses that stress “racial neutrality.”
A man armed with a machete and wasp spray attacked TSA agents Friday before being shot three times by a sheriff’s deputy, authorities said. Authorities said the man has a history of mental illness and his motives are unclear. He died Saturday from his injuries.
The Chihuahua apparently wanted to join its owner on her trip.
Where else are you gonna find a bag of eels, really?
It’s #EggplantFriday y’all!
Also known as “flying while brown.”
Kahler Nygard, 22, was asked to step aside for screening of his “body and bags” after his flight from Minneapolis landed in Denver. A TSA official said the incident is under review.
Powerless devices will not be permitted onboard aircrafts with direct flights to the United States from select overseas airports.
Uploaded to Facebook and titled, “TSA struggles.”
An important breaking news question from CNN’s Brooke Baldwin.
After being interrogated for hours, and cleared to fly by the TSA, the data scientist was grounded by JetBlue. They thought he was a Muslim.
It’s not wise to upset a Wookiee.
Some want more restrictions, some want fewer — but almost no one is satisfied. “It is a nonsensical policy,” Rep. Markey says.
More like Gerard BUTTler.
TSA’s updated guidelines will allow you to carry on things like small blades and pool sticks.
The TSA is apparently wise to the old “tape a bunch of sharp objects to your tablet” trick.
Anything to improve the airport experience is A-OK with me.
Turn the other cheek. This is John E. Brennan, and he converts airport screenings into acts of civil disobedience by putting the “body” back into “full body search.” Here he is yesterday at the Portland International Airport. Because of course this was in Portland.
Because, you know, the pump might have been a bomb. Or something.
Libertarian captions courtesy of Paul’s fans.
He’s fine with airport security.
Adds it to the list of government agencies to abolish. Rand, meanwhile, is no longer being held in Nashville.
All those pennies really add up. What happens to the nearly half a million dollars left behind at security checkpoints annually?
TSA agents write the darndest notes! Hopefully if this is legit that employee remains anonymous lest he lose his job.
You can’t stop The Blitz.