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Transportation Security Agengy/TSA

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durdan

A US Embassy employee flying out of Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport is said to have triggered a major security incident when he tried to travel with "an object resembling a mortar shell with a fuse" on Saturday morning, according to Russia's state-owne

Article Image News Link • Global, By Jim Bovard

"I need a witness!" exclaimed the worried Transportation Security Administration screener at Reagan Washington National Airport a few months ago. Because I had forgotten to remove my belt before going through a TSA scanner, he explained that I mu

Article Image News Link • Global By Daniel McAdams

As I begin writing this, my innocent 13 year old little girl is in tears sitting in the terminal at Reagan International Airport. Somewhere back at the TSA checkpoint there is a middle aged woman who has just, in clear view of law enforcement, commit

Article Image News Link • Global, The Boston Globe

Federal air marshals have begun following ordinary US citizens not suspected of a crime or on any terrorist watch list and collecting extensive information about their movements and behavior under a new domestic surveillance program that is drawing c

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Ron Paul Liberty Report

According to a recent appeals court decision, the Transportation Security Administration cannot be sued for violating our rights during the screening matter how blatant they assault us. Why are government employees -- paid by us -- above