Tomorrow, The TSA Can Aggressively Pat Down Your Genitals

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration will update its pat-down methods at 450 U.S. airports on Friday to allow more aggressive touching, with inspectors instructed to touch travelers' personal do-not-fly zones if they refuse scanners. Who's ready for a road trip? » 10/28/10 4:15pm 10/28/10 4:15pm

Pilot Who Refused Full-Body Scan Railed Against TSA For Months

ExpressJet pilot Michael Roberts' refusal of an airport full-body scan has drawn an outpouring of support among pilots. But it's a step Roberts has considered since July, when he railed against the Department of Homeland Security's "tyranny." » 10/19/10 5:15pm 10/19/10 5:15pm

New TSA Security Rules For A Post-Underwear Bomb World

New security rules put in place by Homeland Security after this weekend's attempted underwear bombing of an Amsterdam-Detroit Delta flight have leaked below. Basically, this guy'll enjoy pretending to be an airplane more than he will actually flying in one. » 12/28/09 8:30am 12/28/09 8:30am