The TSA Laughs At Your Naked Body And Does Not Stop Terrorists

If you somehow need more proof that the Transportation Security Administration is an expensive, invasive joke of a federal agency that does not actually thwart airline terrorism, then writer and former TSA screener Jason Edward Harrington is happy to give you some. » 1/31/14 1:20pm 1/31/14 1:20pm

TSA: 'Pay $85 to skip our security checks and get back your dignity'

TSA Pre-Check—a paid registration system that allows airplane passengers to skip security checks as long as they agree to get fingerprinted—is now available to everyone instead of just frequent fliers from some airlines. Now you just have to pay them $85 to get back the dignity and rights they stole from you. » 9/05/13 10:14am 9/05/13 10:14am

TSA Offers Grope-Free Airport Security Screening For Just $85

The TSA, America's tireless army of blue-shirted warriors tasked with protecting us from sexy women, disabled children, airline pilots and Rand Paul, are about to offer a sweet deal if getting groped isn't your bag. » 7/30/13 1:42pm 7/30/13 1:42pm

The History of Airport Security, Visualized

The TSA's been under fire for everything from overly aggressive screenings to ongoing privacy concerns. That's where we are. But how did we get here? Like anything else: step by step. » 11/22/10 9:34pm 11/22/10 9:34pm