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TSA tips for efficient holiday travel
As the holiday rush begins at airports, be aware of new TSA rules that could slow you down if you're not prepared.
Inside look at new technology to protect bus, train stations
ABC News' David Kerley goes inside the secure research lab where Department of Homeland Security officials are developing high-tech gadgets to spot terror before it happens.
Busy day of travel expected in post-Thanksgiving rush
More than 28 million passengers are expected to fly during the 12-day Thanksgiving holiday period.
Tens of millions of Americans travel for Thanksgiving
Some of America's busiest highways are bumper-to-bumper, while airports are packed with travelers.
Southwest pilot arrested at St. Louis airport
To the index of other news tonight. The southwest pilot arrested at the St. Louis airport. Police say TSA found a loaded gun in his carry-on. The unnamed pilot was prepared to fly to Las Vegas. Airport officials say he was not authorized to carry a weapon. To that scene on a highway in St. Louis. A
Panic breaks out at Orlando airport terminal
Back here at home tonight, the panic at the airport terminal in Orlando. A lithium battery exploding inside a bag, before the passenger even boarded the plane. Here's ABC's David Kerley tonight. Reporter: It was panic. Passengers fleeing an airport security line. A knapsack smoking. Some saying
TSA agent details moments after lithium battery explosion
The TSA agent who grabbed that bag said he moved to between two pillars to minimize any impact if the camera bag exploded.
New undercover tests expose TSA screening failures
The tests showed that screening checkpoints failed to identify potential threats more than half the time.
Troubling results from undercover operation at US airports
��� We turn next tonight to troubling new findings after an undercover operation at U.S. Airports. TSA officers failing to detect weapons or explosives, most of the time, with millions of Americans about to fly for Thanksgiving. Here's ABC's David Kerley. Reporter: The threat to jetliners by
Man caught on camera crawling through airport luggage carousel
The unidentified man jumped onto the baggage belt at Miami International Airport and crawled through a secured area and onto the tarmac, officials said.