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  • March 04, 2008 | 128 (# of comments)
    A number of readers have raised questions about TSA's legal authority to make a referral to other law enforcement entities when evidence of a crime unrelated to aviation security is discovered during the screening process. This post explains that...
  • February 29, 2008 | 198 (# of comments)
    Ever get the feeling you’re being watched? Usually it’s just nerves or a good dose of electromagnetic energy, but if you’re traveling through a TSA checkpoint, chances are there are several sets of eyes on you. What are they looking at? Is your...
  • February 29, 2008 | 226 (# of comments)
    Have more TSA experiences that you want to share? This is the blog post to share your TSA experiences -- both the good or the bad. (Click here to see Part 2 and Part 1 ).
  • February 28, 2008 | 23 (# of comments)
    Some of you may have seen a piece on ABC's World News Tonight last night about foreign student pilots training in the U.S. and alleged holes in the system that allow these individuals to take flying lessons without being checked. The memory of 9/...
  • February 27, 2008 | 0 (# of comments)
    In the spirit of transparency, we proudly introduce the (drum roll please...) Delete-O-Meter.This new, permanent feature of the TSA blog will update on a monthly basis the number of posts we have deleted during moderation While we’re on the subject...
  • February 25, 2008 | 42 (# of comments)
    Hi! I’ve just come back from Burbank where the TSA has been piloting a few suggestions posted by bloggers such as you.We’ve tested the "Zip Lane" ("If all your carry-ons fit under the seat in front of you, Zip On Through!"). And you know what? It...
  • February 23, 2008 | 103 (# of comments)
    Saturday morning, a Transportation Security Officer working the x-ray machine saw two razor blades in what appeared to be a book in someone's carry-on bag. During the bag check, the razor blades were found inside the pages of a Bible, and bag...
  • February 21, 2008 | 203 (# of comments)
    Since there are no lawyers on the blog team, they asked me to weigh in on some comments that have come into the blog on legal and constitutional issues. I'm the Chief Counsel at TSA, Francine Kerner, and I hope I can provide some useful information...
  • February 20, 2008 | 49 (# of comments)
    Earl Morris, who heads up TSA's airport security operations in Salt Lake City, sent in this update to my original post:"It's been about a week since we launched our "Black Diamond" pilot to improve security and efficiency at the checkpoint, and...
  • February 16, 2008 | 109 (# of comments)
    You may have read or heard about a new pilot program in Salt Lake City this weekend that enables passengers to go through security at their own pace.Here's the information from the TSA website:TSA Enables Passengers to Go at Their Own Pace in Salt...

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