The Transportation Security Administration has opened a new lane for pre-approved airline passengers at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, doubling the number of locations for passengers to use the so-called “PreCheck” lanes.
As federal authorities continue to investigate Friday’s deadly shooting at Los Angeles International Airport, new questions arise about whether TSA officers should be allowed to carry weapons.
TSA officers at BWI opened a piece of checked baggage that alarmed for an unidentifiable object, which turned out to be a stack of fake ID cards.
Toy guns, brass knuckles and Tasers are just a few items TSA says it has collected in the last two weeks at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport.
TSA officers found a pair of razor blades in the running shoes of a passenger traveling through BWI-Marshall Airport, but it appears the blades were manufactured into the shoes.
TSA caught a Virginia man with a loaded gun at checkpoint at the Salisbury-Ocean City-Wicomico Regional Airport on Tuesday.
A Florida woman was stopped at Baltimore Washington International-Thurgood Marshall Airport Monday after the officer who was staffing the checkpoint X-ray machine spotted a gun in the woman’s carry-on bag.
An Annandale, Va., boy was stopped at BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport Monday after a TSA officer spotted a pellet gun in his carry-on bag.
A Lancaster County, Pa. man was arrested at BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport after TSA officials detected a loaded gun in his carry-on bag Aug. 8.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced Friday that it will add a new process allowing more U.S. citizens to enroll in TSA Pre✓™, an expedited screening program that allows pre-approved airline travelers to leave on their shoes, light outerwear and belt, keep their laptop in its case and their 3-1-1 compliant liquids/gels bag in a carry-on in select screening lanes.
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.