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REAL ID to Go Live in 2016, Drivers’ Licenses from 11...

A law passed in 2005 mandating that drivers' licenses in all states meet specific security standards recommended by the 9/11 Commission is on pace...

TSA Back Under Fire After Failing to Identify 73 Airport Workers...

Earlier this month, Truth in Media reported on the fact that the Transportation Security Administration abysmally failed a Department of Homeland Security performance test in...

DHS Chief Reassigns TSA Administrator Over Security Test Failures

Yesterday, Truth in Media brought news of a Department of Homeland Security report, first published by ABC News, which identified the fact that the...

TSA Fails DHS Security Test, Allows Weapons, Bombs to Breach Security...

The Transportation Security Administration abysmally failed an internal investigation into its ability to stop undercover Department of Homeland Security agents' attempts to breach security with...

CBS Denver Report: TSA Screeners Exploited Scanners To Grope “Attractive” Male...

Denver, CO- An investigation conducted by Denver's CBS4 station revealed that two TSA employees at Denver International Airport have been fired after one employee acknowledged manipulating the airport's...

TSA holds man for 20 hours after incident at airport

A traveler from Philadelphia, who was attempting to fly to Miami to run a half-marathon in January 2013, was detained by TSA agents for...

Lawsuit: TSA Officer Punitively Fabricated Terror Charges Against Man Who Asked...

Attorney Thomas Malone recently filed a lawsuit against the Philadelphia Police Department, the Transportation Security Administration, and the Department of Homeland Security on behalf of...

Newly-Filed Federal Lawsuits Claim TSA Officers Strip-Searched 3 Elderly Women

Unspecified Transportation Security Administration officers at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City are facing federal lawsuits after three elderly women raised allegations...

John Pistole, chief of the TSA, will resign at year’s end

The Transportation Security Administration's longest serving chief, John Pistole, has announced he will retire from the position at the end of this year. Pistole has...

TSA Bans Cell Phones, Laptops with Dead Batteries from Overseas Flights

The Transportation Security Administration has announced a new set of airline security policies that could complicate Americans' international travel plans. According to the TSA's...

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