Moran, Blumenthal: Delay furlough of air traffic controllers

Politics | Alexis Levinson

Senators say layoffs should be postponed after Boston Marathon bombings underscored security concerns

The Israelis are right: Profiling makes sense

Opinion | C. Scott Litch

The US should copy Israel’s approach to airport security.

The TSA Tea Party

Editorial | Theo Caldwell

The Tea Party movement and the anti-TSA movement share a similar populist streak.

Shut down the airport, there's a... frozen chicken - The Advertiser

US | Steven Nelson (admin)

Police were called to an airport Tuesday after a TSA employee saw the package run through the screening process

Naked insecurity: Bombs and guns continue to go undetected at airports - ABC

US | Steven Nelson (admin)

Classified government studies leaked to the media show that bombs were easily smuggled past airport security by undercover agents

The TSA singers

Editorial | Theo Caldwell

The TSA is trying to improve its image by singing to people. Instead of singing, they should stop grabbing people’s groins.

Profiling airline passengers is constitutional and effective

Opinion | Daniel Huff

The Supreme Court ruled in 1996 that profiling in certain instances is constitutional.

The Stanford Prison Experiment at America's airports

Opinion | Theo Caldwell

It’s human nature to abuse authority, which is what TSA agents are doing.

Is the TSA targeting women?

Feature:Opinion | Theo Caldwell

It seems like women are more likely to be patted down than men.

The solution to the TSA scanner dilemma

Opinion | Daniel Maxson

A new infrared scanner that the TSA is currently reviewing would eliminate privacy concerns.

TSA should not unionize

Opinion | Rory Cooper

Unionization would make TSA agents even less accountable to the public.

The TSA is violating our Fourth Amendment rights - TheDC Opinion

Opinion | Brandon Macsata

Why does the TSA have the power to do things that other law enforcement organizations are prohibited from doing without probable cause?

The last line of defense

Opinion | David Rittgers

David Rittgers imagines what a letter from TSA head John Pistole to the public would look like.

Color-coded terror alerts may end - AP

US | wrahn

The Homeland Security Department is proposing to discontinue the color-coded terror alert system that became a symbol of the country’s post-9/11 jitters

The choice is not between security and privacy: TSA is sacrificing both

Feature:Opinion | Jared Whitley

Why TSA’s new security procedures are making us less safe.

Airport security uproar frustrates White House advisers - WaPo

Politics | Vince Coglianese

Some White House advisers feeling ‘frustrated’ by an onslaught of media coverage focused heavily on the treatment of passengers

Securing Distrust - TheDC

| Jim Treacher

TheDC Trawler: The TSA wants you to know they’re not thugs, which is why they’re confiscating your camera

TSA head hints at easing screening - AP

US | wrahn

The head of the agency responsible for airport security appeared to give ground Sunday

TSA has met the enemy: Us - AP

Politics | wrahn

How did an agency created to protect the public become the target of so much public scorn?

Homeland Security chairman to TSA: 'Reconsider' pat-downs - The Hill

Politics | Associated Press

House Dems say the agency should rethink the invasive new screening procedures in light of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday