Transportation Security Administration workers will be trained on how to recognize District driver\’s licenses and identification cards.
More travelers are deciding to bring their pets along with them on summer vacation. And although the idea of flying with a pet can be daunting, these experts offer tips.
Police officers aren\’t the only one\’s carrying weapons into airports.
ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — Authorities say a man was allowed to board a flight from Washington to Houston after an unloaded handgun was confiscated from his carry-on bag. The Transportation Security Administration says the Florida…
The lost and found room at Dulles International Airport feels like a second hand store with coats, belts and medical devices neatly sorted.
TSA Precheck provides known travelers a way to zoom through the screening process — without budging in line.
TSA officials confiscated a stun gun disguised to look like a cellphone.
There will be a faster way to get through airport security at Baltimore Washington International Airport for
those travelers determined to be a low security risk by the Transportation Security
Security officials confiscated two stun guns from passengers at Baltimore-Washington International Airport last week.
A man was stopped at Washington-Dulles International Airport after a 60 mm mortar round was found in his checked luggage, says the Transportation Security Administration.
Hurried and stressed, passengers leave behind heaps of clothing at the security checkpoint. Those clothes are now being used toward a good cause.
A Fredericksburg man carrying a loaded revolver in his carry-on bag was stopped by security officers at Dulles International Airport Sunday.
At airports across the country, flight attendants are handing out leaflets and trying to get the public to support their efforts to keep small knives off of airplanes.
Wounded warriors traveling through security lines
can expect an expedited screening, according to
the Transportation Security Administration.
The Transportation Security Administration
apologized to a Missouri family after detaining
3-year-old disabled girl and telling her mother
was illegal to videotape the incident.