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Transportation Security Officers are going to receive secret intelligence feeds so they can stop terrorists before they board airplanes. How will this work and will it slow down security lines even more?
Approximately 60 TSOs of 100 expected for work at Dulles Feb. 6th reportedly could not make it because of the snow and were considered AWOL.
The agency received more complaints last year than in any of the previous eight years. GAO also came to a final decision on more cases in 2009 than the year before. More agencies and vendors also are turning to alternative dispute resolution to solve their differences, GAO finds.
We talk with Southers about the nomination process, where he believes his nomination went wrong, and his view of what the next nominee might face.
With TSA ranked 213 out of 216 agencies overall and dead last in pay and benefits, would unionizing help?
What the "Underpants Bomber" and Dick Cheney have in common. Sort of.
We get more details on why the TSA will get collective bargaining rights in 2010... at least in some opinions.
The Transportation Security Administration announced Sunday that it will begin enhanced screening procedures Monday on any U.S.-bound air passenger traveling through "state sponsors of terrorism or other countries of interest" such as Pakistan, Yemen and Nigeria.
J. Bennet Waters of the Chertoff Group on ways the TSA can prevent a repeat of Christmas Day's failed attempt aborad Northwest 253.