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A U.S. Senator is questioning how an army of IOT devices were used to cause major internet outages. His “solution,” is of course, more government control… 634 more words


TSA finds 71 guns in carry-on bags in one week

ARLINGTON COUNTY, Va. — Transportation Security Administration officials discovered 71 firearms in carry-on bags in airports around the nation between October 14 and 20.

Of the 71 firearms, 56 of them were loaded and 17 had a round chambered, according to… 147 more words


UTT Throwback Thursday: TSA Surrenders to Terrorists

Understanding the Threat, by John Guandolo, October 27, 2016:

In January 2010, Hamas (doing business as CAIR) complained new TSA security procedures would alienate Muslims. 125 more words

Counter Jihad Report

New Explosive-Sniffing Canines Will Screen Passengers At Logan Airport

BOSTON (CBS) — Canine helpers trained to detect explosives are making flights safer for passengers at Logan Airport.

It’s the first time the dogs are being used for passenger screening. 242 more words


"Comfort pets" popularity causing problems

COVENTRY, Conn. (WTNH) — On his way to North Carolina, Daniel the emotional support duck, gained some fans.

It’s one of several animals now allowed on planes to support passengers struggling with issues, like PTSD. 166 more words


‘Realistic’ suicide vest, guns found in bag at Virginia airport

RICHMOND, Va. — A Henrico man caused a scare at Richmond International Airport when items in his bags triggered an alarm Saturday.

“When the bag was opened, the TSA officer was shocked to see what appeared to be a suicide vest, two guns and an old military manual on incendiary devices,” TSA spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein said. 206 more words


#TravelTuesday Q&A: How Do I Get TSA PreCheck for Kids?

Q:  Hi Playground! We’re getting ready to fly for the holidays, and I’m curious about getting TSA PreCheck to avoid the long security lines at the airport. 411 more words

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