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Speak out now on the TSA’s full-body scanners

It’s been almost five years since the Transportation Security Administration quietly began installing its so-called Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) — better known as full-body scanners — at airports nationwide. And now the government wants to know what you think of the machines.

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 […]

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 […]

Why it’s time for airport screening to come full circle

Andy deLivron says he’s no threat to aviation security. But he flies with box cutters in his checked luggage — […]

Guess who’s shilling for the TSA

Wanna insult a reporter? There’s no easier way than accusing him or her of being a shill for the other […]

What’s wrong with the TSAs gun obsession?

Maybe the TSA hasn’t ever caught a single terrorist red-handed, but it’s given us something almost as good: guns. Lots […]

The truth about the TSA’s pointless knife fight

The Transportation Security Administration’s surprise announcement that it will allow small knives and previously banned sporting equipment on planes next […]