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How to tell the TSA how to do its job – and how to get it to listen

If you're afraid a TSA agent might bungle your screening when you fly somewhere this summer, maybe you should do what John Klapproth did when he was traveling from Seattle to Anchorage recently.

Is anyone really listening to your TSA complaints?

With only a few weeks left to leave your comments about the TSA's controversial passenger screening methods, here's a question worth asking: Is anyone listening?

It’s time to tell the TSA what you really think of it — and for it to listen

Travelers love to complain about the TSA, and even though the agency assigned to protect America's transportation systems claims to listen, most of us know better.

Summer road hazards your government won’t warn you about

With the frenetic summer travel season just around the corner, here's a little warning about a road hazard you might not expect: a checkpoint staffed by Transportation Security Administration workers.

Who’s afraid of the TSA?

Today’s tale of TSA inefficiency comes from the Atlantic Avenue subway station in Brooklyn, NY. “This station has at least […]

Is my 15-year-old son a terrorist?

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare. You arrive at the airport to fly home from your family vacation, and something goes […]

Random, unpredictable airport security that’s not always awful? Only in America

The TSA screening area at Reno-Tahoe International Airport’s B gates isn’t much to look at. It’s a dark, cavernous processing […]