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John S. Pistole
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Transportation Security Administration chief John S. Pistole on Thursday welcomed the controversial unionization of his agency's 47,000 airport screeners.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will soon change its policy on patting down children at airport checkpoints, the agency's director told Congress on Wednesday.
The government has made a change in its policy for patting down young children at airport checkpoints, and more are promised.
Eye scanners and futuristic security tunnels may be standard in airports soon as the airline industry seeks to maintain safety while reducing the hassles of boarding a plane that deter some people from flying.
The chairman of a House committee lambasted the Transportation Security Administration because its chief refused to appear at a hearing Thursday.
The Transportation Security Administration "cooked the books" to understate the costs of using federal workers rather than private contractors to screen airport passengers, a key TSA critic in Congress charged Wednesday.
Misusing body scanner images would become a federal crime punishable by up to a year in prison under a proposal approved Tuesday by the Senate, an attempt by lawmakers to address concerns raised by some travelers.
There are many ways to improve air travel. Unionizing the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) isn't one of them.
It's been a bad couple of weeks for taxpayers and airport travelers - but a good one for government employee unions. As if the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) intrusive screening methods and long lines weren't bad