By now we are all used to stiffer security at the airport.
Delta Airlines says federal officials have detained a man who became disruptive on a flight from Amsterdam to Detroit.
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration has announced the start of a pilot program at Detroit Metropolitan Airport for pre-screening a select group of passengers.
A Michigan man with bladder cancer who suffered a rough airport pat-down that caused his urostomy bag to spill its contents on his clothing last fall said he was mishandled by a screener at the same airport earlier this month.
The Transportation Security Administration says it’s installing new technology in some U.S. airports where travelers go through checkpoint security.
This would mean good news for travelers: TSA is preparing to test a new screening procedure that could let frequent travelers, including those at Metro Airport, move more quickly through airport security.
The family of a gravely ill 95-year-old woman says federal inspectors wouldn’t let her mother board a plane because her adult diaper was wet, setting off alarms.
If your holiday includes a trip to the airport, you will definitely need these ten airport security tips to save you time:
While the rest of the country enters a “Constitutional Twilight Zone” every time they step into an airport, many top politicians and government officials have their rights to privacy fully protected when they fly, reports […]
A bladder cancer survivor from Houghton Lake, who wears a bag that collects his urine, said the head of the Transportation Security Administration called to apologize for an airport pat-down that caused the bag to […]