US, European security officials worry about Sochi-related attacks

Intelligence agencies believe attacks by militants during the Sochi Winter Olympics are highly likely, but will probably be aimed at "softer" targets elsewhere in Russia.

US Sikhs to report airport abuse by smartphone application

Sikh activists, fed up with being singled out at US airports, launched an updated smartphone application to make it easier for passengers to file complaints.

Los Angeles gunman charged, planned to kill `multiple` agents

The gunman who allegedly killed a security officer at Los Angeles airport carried a note saying he planned to murder "multiple" agents, officials said, announcing charges against him.

LAX shooting suspect sent suicidal text to family before attack

Paul Anthony Ciancia is the man believed to have killed an unarmed federal security agent at the Los Angeles International Airport.

Anti-TSA activist alleges she was groped at US airport

An anti-Transportation Security Administration has claimed that a female security staff groped her vagina during a pat down at San Diego International Airport.

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.