I've traveled quite a bit and have been subjected to many airline security measures. I understand that the ways of the world is why we now have to walk through a metal detector, send our purses, murses and laptops through an x-ray machine and yes, now be sniffed by a dog.
Add one more item to the list of things you need to make sure you have prepared before you board a plane headed back to the United States: charging your cell phone. In an effort to add another layer of security, the TSA is implementing a crack-down on uncharged electronic devices on airplanes that are bound for the U.S.
If you think you have a hard time getting through airport security, wait until you try getting through it packing the world’s largest pecker – because that is exactly what happened to Jonah Falcon.
If you think airport security screenings are already too invasive, you probably won’t like this.
Within the next couple of years, the Department of Homeland Security will begin using laser-based molecular scanners at airports and border crossings. And what they reveal could surprise you.
This is a bit of news that YOU choose whether or not it's good or bad; Federal Transportation Security Administration agents find an average of 4 to 5 guns tucked away in luggage each and every day.
Passengers typically say they forgot the weapon was in their bag, TSA officials said...
The weirdness of this becomes a reality in today's society. I want to pass this on to you.
Don Bailey says he can unlock thousands of cars across the United States simply by sending a few texts from his Android phone. And that's not even the scary part.Bailey, a senior security consultant with iSEC Partners, said in an interview with CNN at the Black Hat security conference here at Caesars Palace