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What’s wrong with the TSA?

If airport security is so good, why do passengers feel so bad?

When your credit card gets compromised at a hotel

A day after Sheilah Reardon checked into the Bellagio Las Vegas, she received an e-mail alert from American Express warning that her credit card had been compromised. Among the fraudulent charges: a $67 bill from an online memorabilia store.

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 […]

The five kinds of people you meet at an airport screening area

Next time you fly, take a minute to look around at the airport screening area. You’ll see all kinds of […]

Airport security can be better — and here’s how

It’s been more than a decade since the creation of the Transportation Security Administration, the agency assigned to protect America’s […]

A silent majority sounds off about airport security

Intrusive airport searches are just fine with a majority of air travelers. They also think the TSA has singlehandedly prevented […]

Can I tell you a secret about airport security?

If you think America's airport security systems are obsessed with secrecy, you should meet Jose Lacson.
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