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TSA Reveals List of Weird and Scary Items Confiscated This Year

We all gripe about having to take our shoes off when we go through airport security, but according to a list of items confiscated this year by the TSA, footwear may be the least of its concerns.

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Couple In Big Trouble After Stuffing Baby In Carry-On Luggage

X-ray scanners have caught air travelers with all sorts of strange and embarrassing things in their carry-on luggage. But it would be hard to top the images captured last week at the Shar-Jah Airport in the United Arab Emirates when an Egyptian couple stuffed their five-month-old in a suitcase and tried to sneak him past security.

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New Airport Body Scanners Could Reveal More About You Than You Realize

If you think airport security screenings are already too invasive, you probably won’t like this.

Within the next couple of years, the Department of Homeland Security will begin using laser-based molecular scanners at airports and border crossings. And what they reveal could surprise you.

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Report: TSA is Bloated, Ineffective and Outdated

The Transportation Security Administration has major problems and it needs to be overhauled and downsized, according to a congressional report released Wednesday, on the 10th anniversary of the day Congress created the agency.

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Another Day, More Complaints About TSA Searches and Pat-downs

Complaints about intrusive and inappropriate body searches and pat-downs at airports appear to be never-ending, and they're increasing. This week's complaints come from Tennessee and Florida.

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TSA Defends Frisking Baby at KC Airport

Federal officials say screeners at Kansas City International Airport were just doing their jobs when they frisked a six month old baby, and attracted worldwide attention after a cellphone picture of the pat-down was posted on Twitter.

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Note to Self: Don’t Video People in Line at Airport Security

Four people were arrested and taken to jail after a suspicious incident Saturday at Denver International Airport.

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