Concerns about airport security are being aired just as the heavy holiday travel season gets underway.
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The TSA is testing what could be a controversial new passenger screening program at Logan Airport that may slow down security lines.
Sources tell the i-Team the North Carolina investigation into the death of 16-year-old Delvonte Tisdale is complete but that the city manager in Charlotte wants the report to remain confidential. At the same time, there’s a call for a review of airport security across the country by a local Congressman.
If you’ve flown recently, you may have seen them: new scanning booths that produce full-body images of airline passengers in order to detect hidden weapons, liquids, narcotics and other contraband. And you may have wondered, are they safe?
The lines at airport security may be even longer Wednesday because of an anticipated protest against airport security.
Jay Talking Host Bradley Jay Takes A Call From A Listener Who Recently Went Through The Airport Security Patdown.
As we approach Thanksgiving week, forever my favorite holiday time of year, I find myself doing a little internal audit on my frequency for “Giving-thanks” and I must say, I could do a lot better.
In the nine years since the September 11 attacks, the federal government has spent billions of dollars to tighten airport security. But is air travel in America really any safer?
A security scare at T.F. Green Airport in Rhode Island has ended, but there are delays.