Francisco Canseco took a stand when a TSA agent tried to give him an enhanced pat-down last spring.
It happened to Ann Holley again last week. As she passed through the security checkpoint at Atlanta's busy airport, she asked a TSA agent to "opt out" of being screened by a full-body scanner.
PR disasters are nothing new to America's least-loved federal agency. But after a particularly bad week, it's worth paying attention to how the agency reacts when things go horribly wrong.
Jeff Emerson missed his flight from Minneapolis to Washington last month. He didn’t make his connection to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and didn’t arrive as scheduled in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, where he was supposed to start work as a summer volunteer.
Want to get through the TSA screening process as quickly and painlessly as possible? Sure you do.
The 91-year-old woman was blind and in a wheelchair, but that didn't stop the TSA agents in Seattle from giving her a thorough screening. A very thorough screening.
Another day, another TSA screening video. This one came to us earlier this week from Ryan Miklus, who was flying […]