Transportation Security Administration News
The Latest: 3 dead from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning
Three people are dead from apparent from carbon monoxide poisoning at a Florida home following Hurricane Irma, and four others have been hospitalized.
How Hurricane Irma is impacting travel
Hurricane Irma is about three days from making landfall in Florida, according to ABC News meteorologists, but the storm is already causing a statewide travel nightmare. According to gas price watcher GasBuddy, the state's gas supply is starting to run out as residents rush to fill up their tanks.
The Latest: Florida AG fighting price-gouging as Irma looms
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi says the state has gotten more than 1,500 calls on a price-gouging hotline in the last two days
Panel bans marijuana possession, ads at Las Vegas airport
County commissioners ban marijuana possession, pot advertising at Las Vegas airport
Houston is now 'mostly dry' following historic flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey, mayor says
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said Thursday that the city is now "mostly dry," after having taken an aerial tour of the city. The two areas still dealing with flooding issues are Kingwood and West Houston, Turner said. Six days after Hurricane Harvey roared ashore in southeastern Texas, officials
Pittsburgh International Airport to allow non-ticketed visitors access to gates
Pittsburgh International Airport will be the first major U.S. airport to allow public access to gates since admittance to terminals was restricted in the aftermath of 9/11. The airport will begin to allow non-ticketed visitors to enter previously passenger-exclusive zones starting Sept. 5. The new
New TSA screening for electronics will apply to all US airports
Airline passengers -- already accustomed to taking out their laptops at security checkpoints -- will now have to remove all electronics larger than a cell phone from carry-on bags for individual screening, the TSA announced on Wednesday. This means people will have to remove tablets, e-readers and
Laptop ban lifted on Emirates, Turkish Airlines flights
U.S.-bound passengers on Emirates and Turkish Airlines flights are allowed to use their laptops and other larger personal electronic devices in the cabin, the Transportation Security Administration announced today. TSA spokesperson David Lapan congratulated Etihad Airlines earlier in the week for
Flint airport stabbing suspect faces new charge
A Canadian man has been indicted for allegedly stabbing a police officer in the neck at a Michigan airport last month. The suspect, Amor Ftouhi, who has been in custody since the incident, was initially arrested for alleged violence at an international airport and is now also facing a charge of
Stabbed Flint airport cop calls maintenance man who jumped in to help a 'hero'
Lt. Jeff Neville, the police officer stabbed in the neck at a Michigan airport last month, says the maintenance man who jumped in to help him is a "hero." If the man had not have been "walking beside me I wouldn't be here talking to you today. There's no doubt about it," Neville recalled today at a