LA airport shooter pleads not guilty

A man accused of opening fire at Los Angeles international airport, killing a security agent and wounding seven other people, pleaded not guilty in a California court Thursday.

TSA delays plan to allow knives on planes in US

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said it was postponing a controversial change in rules which would have allowed passengers to carry small knives on planes.

Congressmen ask TSA to withdraw its knife policy

A bipartisan group of 133 Congressmen have called for a withdrawal of the latest US policy that allows air travellers to carry small knifes in domestic and international flights.

TSA to do away with full body scanners at US airports

Controversial full body scanners will be removed from the US airports amid widespread privacy concerns.

US spies to travel without hassle: TSA

The increased security measures at American airports have become a substantial burden for undercover agents.

US airports ease screening for 75-plus

The elderly will no longer have to doff shoes, belts and jackets as they pass through tough screening checks.

US: Toddler on `no-fly list`

About 20,000 people are on the no-fly list, according to a counter-terrorism official, including 500 Americans.

$1billion nude body scanners may fail

A blogger has exposed loopholes in controversial nude body scanners used at US airports.

95-yr-old has to go through pat down at US airport

A 95-year-old cancer-stricken
lady was forced to undergo 45 minutes of pat-down
at a US airport.

US woman protests TSA pat-downs in bra and panties

An elderly woman in US disrobed when it came time to go through security.

TSA chief: Resisting scanners just means delays

There was little if any indication of a passenger revolt at many major US airports, with very few people declining the X-ray scan.

Pilots to be exempt from some airport checks: TSA

There is a growing protest against intrusive screening of airline passengers.

TSA supports CA; says Kalam`s frisking okay

Coming out strongly in
support of Continental Airlines, American Transportation
Security Administration (TSA) today said frisking of former
President APJ Abdul Kalam was "in compliance" with US
regulatory requirements.