ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Federal security officers caught 14 handguns last year at checkpoints in four upstate New York airports. That’s a decrease of two from the previous year. The Transportation Security Administration says only Buffalo Niagara International Airport saw an increase, from three to seven guns caught. Albany International had a decrease from six […]
More than 1 in 5 travelers knowingly or unknowingly carried prohibited items onto aircraft, survey finds
A survey of airline passengers found that more than 20 percent had knowingly or unknowingly smuggled prohibited items past Transportation Security Administration checkpoints onto the aircraft, including at least 6 percent who boarded the plane while unintentionally carrying prohibited knives or other bladed objects. Less than 1 percent claimed that they discovered belatedly that they […]
The Transportation Security Administration found more firearms at the Greater Rochester International Airport last year than any other upstate airport. In 2015, TSA officers caught five guns at the Rochester airport, compared with one in Albany, two in Buffalo and two in Syracuse. In 2013, no guns were found by the TSA in Rochester. Three […]
The Transportation Security Agency is urging consumers to consider picking up the cost of a TSA Pre-Check enrollment fee as a gift. TSA Pre-Check allows U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents to enroll directly in the expedited screening program. It allows travelers to leave on their shoes, jackets and belts at more than 120 airport […]
WASHINGTON — The Transportation Security Administration says it is installing technology in some U.S. airports to allow travelers to go through checkpoint security and have a generic outline of the body to be shown instead of an image of a naked body.
The use of advanced imaging technology to screen airline passengers does not violate the Fourth Amendment, the D.C. Circuit has ruled. In 2010, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration began deploying advanced imaging technology ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Authorities on three continents are investigating whether suspicious packages shipped from Yemen to Chicago religious sites are part of a terrorist plot. Officials were investigating whether two packages ...
PHILADELPHIA — A suspicious package containing a toner cartridge with wires and powder was found during routine screening of cargo in the United Kingdom, prompting authorities to scour three planes and a truck in the United States on Friday. Searches were conducted in Philadelphia, Newark, N.J., and New York City.
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