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Man subdued after incident on American Airlines flight to Honolulu
A man who had been arrested at LAX airport early Friday morning was later subdued after causing a “disturbance” that alarmed flight attendants and an off-duty LAPD officer on an American Airlines flight to Honolulu. American Airlines said in a statement that law enforcement met the plane upon
TSA adding additional agents, canine teams ahead of projected record summer air travel season
Even as experts project that a record 234.1 million passengers will take to the skies on U.S. airlines this summer, the TSA says it's prepared for the travel onslaught. Last summer -- which saw just 224.8 million travelers, or 9.3 million fewer than are expected this summer -- hours-long lines
'Likely' expansion of 'laptop ban' not impacted by Trumps' sharing of classified intel
The United States Department of Homeland Security said Tuesday that department leaders will meet in Europe this week to discuss expanding the current ban on laptops aboard international flights to the U.S. -- a move unaffected by the report President Donald Trump shared classified intelligence
TSA warns against vehicle-ramming attacks
The Transportation Security Administration released a report Thursday warning of the threat of vehicle ramming attacks by terrorists with the intention to inflict death, injury and property damage, specifically in highly populated areas. The report, which shares guidance to the trucking and bus
Congress calls on airlines to make customer service changes
House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee holds a hearing on U.S. airline customer service; Amna Nawaz gets the latest from ABC News' chief business, economics and technology correspondent Rebecca Jarvis, and Maggie Rulli reports from the hearing.
Steelers CB released after unloaded gun found in carry-on bag at airport
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Senquez Golson was released by the Mobile Regional Airport after security found an unloaded Glock .45-caliber pistol in his carry-on bag, according to airport police chief Brian Fillingim. Golson's record showed no warrants, and the airport kept the pistol and 23
Intel suggests terrorists got airport screening equipment to test concealing bombs
United States intelligence suggests terrorists have obtained airport security screening equipment to test the effectiveness of their ability to conceal explosives in laptops and other electronic devices, ABC News has confirmed according to two sources familiar with the matter. CNN first reported
Outraged mother shows TSA pat-down of son
Mother says her son has a sensory processing condition, and the pat-down went too far and traumatized him.
Mother 'livid' over disputed pat-down of son at TSA checkpoint in Texas airport
An angry mother said today that she was owed an apology from the U.S. Transportation Security Administration after she said her 13-year-old son was patted down and held for what she said was more than an hour as her family prepared to board a flight in Texas. On Sunday, in a Facebook post, Jennifer
US women's hockey team plans to boycott world championship
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