A recent internal investigation by the Department of Homeland Security has found security failures at dozens of the nations' busiest airports.
Suspect shot and killed after attacking New Orleans TSA agents with wasp spray and machete.
The Transportation Security Administration is offering rewards totaling up to $15,000 for the person with the best idea for speeding up security.
Investigators work to learn more about LAX gunman Paul Ciancia.
Do you want to ease through airport security with your belt and shoes on and without having to dump your laptop into a tray like some of the qualified frequent fliers can?
Airline passengers will have to leave their knives at home after all. And their bats and golf clubs.
Homeless woman accused of attacking a TSA agent.
On Capitol Hill the head of the Transportation Security Administration got an earful from lawmakers about his plan to allow small knives on airplanes again.
TSA policy change will allow small pocket knives back on aircraft
Those airport scanners that leave nothing to the imagination are being scrapped by the Transportation Security Administration.
Travelers have attempted to carry more than 1,500 firearms through U.S. airports and on board airplanes in 2012, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
In the coming year, fliers may have an easier time getting through security checkpoints at airports.