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.
When I first read this news I was outraged, then I saw the reason, I calmed down but is this law a bit too much? You decide. The U.S. Transportation Security Administration has announced that flights coming back to America will not allow devices that are not fully charged.
Snow globes will soon fall off the Transportation Security Administration's list of forbidden carry-on items. Currently, snow globes are prohibited from being brought through security as a carry-on item. Instead, any flier wishing to fly with a snow globe must put it in his or her checked luggage – or buy one from a post-security airport retailer. Snow Globes?
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...