TSA Agent Asks Actress For Her Number, Actress Complains On Twitter

Entertainment | Derek Hunter
Actor Brie Larson attends the 89th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on Feb. 26, 2017 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

‘A situation I did not ask to be in’

16 Years After 9/11, One Airport Is Opening Up To Non-Travelers

US | Thomas Phippen
Travelers wait in a security check point line at O'Hare Airport before the busy Thanksgiving Day weekend in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Kamil Krzaczynski

‘The community is used to coming to the airport and shopping and dining’

Pittsburgh Airport To Let Non-Travelers Past Security For First Time Since 9/11

US | Thomas Phippen
MIAMI, FL - OCTOBER 04: Passengers wait to clear security next to the newly opened TSA PreCheck lane which the Transportation Security Administration launched to cut down the time prescreened passengers need to stand in the traditional security line at Miami International Airport on October 4, 2011 in Miami, Florida. The pilot program launched today for fliers to use the expedited security screening in Miami, Atlanta, Detroit and Dallas/Fort Worth.The lane has a metal detector rather than a full-body imaging machine and passengers will no longer no need to remove shoes, belts, light outerwear, and bags of liquids that are compliant with TSA restrictions. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

‘A terrible precedent and an ill-conceived decision’

DHS Chief: Terrorists 'Obsessed' With Bringing Down A US Airplane

National Security | Will Racke
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly testifies before a Homeland Security Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., U.S. May 24, 2017. (PHOTO: REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein)

‘There’s numerous threats against aviation’

TSA Accidentally Tells Travelers They Can Fly With Medical Marijuana

US | Steve Birr
Medical marijuana

‘Local law is not relevant to TSA’

Qatar Airways Gives Passengers Laptops After Trump Bans Electronics

World | Eric Lieberman
Hamad International Airport's chief operating officer, Badr al-Meer (L), and Qatar Airways chief executive, Akbar al-Baker, pose for a picture during a ceremony which crowned Doha's Hamad International as a "five-star" airport, one of only six in the world, on January 5, 2017. (Photo credit: STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images)

‘Smuggling explosive devices’

Believe It Or Not: People Send Hundreds Of Compliments A Year To The TSA

US | Alex Pfeiffer
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents check-in passengers at JFK. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

‘Great customer service’

Whoopi Goldberg Predicts Dire Consequences If TSA Feels Her Up

Entertainment | Mike Raust

Watch what she said…

Mother 'Livid': Watch This TSA Agent Thoroughly Pat Down A Child

US | Eric Lieberman
Male TSA agent grabbing teenage boy's inner thigh. [Facebook/Screenshot/Public - User: Jennifer Williamson]

‘I don’t know what I did. What did I do?’

Your Next TSA Patdown Might Make You Want To Call The Cops

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
DENVER - NOVEMBER 22: A traveler undergoes an enhanced pat down by a Transportation Security Administration agent at the Denver International Airport on November 22, 2010 in Denver, Colorado. The TSA is bracing for heavy traffic before the Thanksgiving holiday, as two separate internet campaigns are promoting a "National Opt-Out Day" protest during which travelers are urged to refuse the new body scanners because of concerns over privacy and possible exposure to radiation. Those passengers who refuse the scans must instead undergo an enhanced pat down by TSA agents, which could further slow down security lines on the busiest air travel day of the year. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

REAL cops, that is

NY Airport Didn't Have Access To 'No Fly' Terrorist List

National Security | Eric Lieberman
Passengers boarding an airplane set to embark. [Caracarafoto / Shutterstock.com]

Terrorists ‘may continue to choose smaller airports’

11 People Stroll Unscreened Through Abandoned TSA Checkpoint At JFK

US | Thomas Phippen
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents check-in passengers at JFK. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Three of them set off metal detectors

Terrorists May Be Using America's Ports, And The Feds Don't Know It

US | Kathryn Watson
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents wait for the arrival of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California February 20, 2014. (REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian)

Watchdog warns of ‘ineffective fraud detection techniques’

TSA's Porous Security Confiscates Replica 3D Gun -- Lets Real Ones Go Through

US | Chris White

The gun … loaded with .22 caliber bullets

TSA Has $135M Of Unused Furniture Stored In Warehouses, Congress Wants To Know Why

Politics | Kathryn Watson
DENVER - NOVEMBER 22: A traveler undergoes an enhanced pat down by a Transportation Security Administration agent at the Denver International Airport on November 22, 2010 in Denver, Colorado. The TSA is bracing for heavy traffic before the Thanksgiving holiday, as two separate internet campaigns are promoting a "National Opt-Out Day" protest during which travelers are urged to refuse the new body scanners because of concerns over privacy and possible exposure to radiation. Those passengers who refuse the scans must instead undergo an enhanced pat down by TSA agents, which could further slow down security lines on the busiest air travel day of the year. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

That’s a lot of furniture and gear

America's Security Problems Start With The TSA, But Certainly Don't End There

US | Eric Lieberman
DENVER - NOVEMBER 22: A traveler undergoes an enhanced pat down by a Transportation Security Administration agent at the Denver International Airport on November 22, 2010 in Denver, Colorado. The TSA is bracing for heavy traffic before the Thanksgiving holiday, as two separate internet campaigns are promoting a "National Opt-Out Day" protest during which travelers are urged to refuse the new body scanners because of concerns over privacy and possible exposure to radiation. Those passengers who refuse the scans must instead undergo an enhanced pat down by TSA agents, which could further slow down security lines on the busiest air travel day of the year. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Whether cyber or physical, security is lacking in the US