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Transportation Security Administration

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  • Victorville man accused of planting explosive under ex-wife's car

    Victorville man accused of planting explosive under ex-wife's car
    A Victorville man has been arrested for allegedly planting an explosive device under his ex-wife's car, forcing authorities to evacuate a Redlands shopping center for nearly an entire afternoon, police said. Steven James Sunny, 28, was arrested Monday...
  • Slain TSA agent's funeral: 'I'm just grateful for what TSA does'

    Slain TSA agent's funeral: 'I'm just grateful for what TSA does'
    As law enforcement officers milled about the parking lot of the L.A. Memorial Sports Arena on Tuesday morning, the sound of a bagpipe faintly playing in the distance, Renee Kinner stood near the entrance, waiting to go inside. Kinner, 59, choked up as...
  • LAX shooting suspect upgraded to fair condition

    LAX shooting suspect upgraded to fair condition
    The man suspected in a deadly shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport has been upgraded from critical to fair condition at an area hospital. Officials at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center announced the upgraded condition on Tuesday, 11...
  • Slain TSA agent: Atty. Gen. Eric Holder vows justice at memorial

    Slain TSA agent: Atty. Gen. Eric Holder vows justice at memorial
    U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric Holder called the shooting death of a Transportation Security Administration agent at Los Angeles International Airport a "profound sacrifice" at a public memorial Tuesday, and vowed to "not rest until justice has been done." Holder...
  • The Week in Pictures | November 4 – 10, 2013

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. One of the strongest storms ever recorded battered the central Philippines, ripping off rooftops, knocking out power and communications and forcing hundreds of thousands of people from their...
  • Slain TSA agent recalled for bravery and valor

    Slain TSA agent recalled for bravery and valor
    Eleven days after he was killed in an airport shooting, TSA Agent Gerardo I. Hernandez was hailed as a devoted family man, a dedicated worker and, on more than one occasion, a hero. Scores of law enforcement officers and a few top federal officials,...
  • TSA behavior-monitoring program may not be worth the cost, GAO says

    TSA behavior-monitoring program may not be worth the cost, GAO says
    WASHINGTON — The Transportation Security Administration, already under a harsh spotlight due to the shooting attack this month at Los Angeles International Airport, has spent nearly a billion dollars in recent years on a passenger behavior-...
  • Southwest Airlines joins TSA PreCheck screening process

    Southwest Airlines joins TSA PreCheck screening process
    If you fly Southwest Airlines, the airport screening process could get a lot easier for you. Southwest, the nation's largest domestic carrier, has joined seven other airlines in participating in the Transportation Security Administration's so-called...
  • GAO criticizes TSA program to monitor passenger behavior

    GAO criticizes TSA program to monitor passenger behavior
    WASHINGTON — The Transportation Security Administration, already under scrutiny after one of its agents was shot to death at Los Angeles International Airport this month, has spent nearly $1 billion on a passenger behavior monitoring program that...
  • Agencies investigating LAX shooting ask for patience

    Agencies investigating LAX shooting ask for patience
    Several agencies investigating the shooting at Los Angeles International Airport this month that left one TSA agent dead and three others wounded issued a joint statement Saturday saying they would be evaluating what improvements can be made in responding...
  • LAPD to investigate claim of delay in treating wounded TSA agent

    LAPD to investigate claim of delay in treating wounded TSA agent
    Los Angeles police officials said Friday they would investigate allegations made in a news report that an LAPD officer delayed medical attention for an airport security employee fatally wounded during the shooting at LAX earlier this month. Police Chief...