Getting through security at BWI is now easier!
Hiding a weapon inside a walking cane — it’s one of the oldest tricks in the James Bond playbook, and it’s apparently more common than you think.
Controversial changes coming to the airport in just about a month. Additions to what passengers can bring on the plane now include knives, blades and sports equipment.
Some frequent flyers can now get through security at BWI a lot faster. TSA officially expanded its pre-check program to the airport Wednesday.
Frequent flyers may soon be able to get through security at BWI a lot faster. The airport is the latest to launch a new TSA prescreening program.
A woman is cited by police at BWI-Marshall airport after TSA officers find an artfully concealed weapon.
A lawmaker is hoping to force a change in the way passengers at BWI are screened by security.
There’s good news for frequent flyers traveling through BWI-Marshall Airport. Getting through security may soon be a lot faster thanks to a new program the airport will take part in this year.
The Transportation Security Administration says officers found two throwing daggers hidden in a hollowed-out book at a checkpoint at Reagan-Washington National Airport.
In addition to the children not having to remove their shoes when they go through security, there are alternatives to the child having to be patted down.
One of the least popular pieces of security equipment since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is now part of the Smithsonian’s collection at the National Museum of American History — a metal detector from the Transportation Security Administration.
Starting this fall, the TSA will pre-screen some frequent fliers then provide them access to expedited security in the trusted traveler program.