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TSA to deploy hundreds, including air marshals, to border

The Transportation Security Administration plans to send hundreds of officials to help with efforts to deal with migrant inflows on the southern border just as the busy summer travel season begins, according to an internal email obtained by CNN.

TSA to launch 3-D tech that will ease security process

For travelers waiting in a Transportation Security Administration security line at a US airport, there might as well be a record playing on repeat: "Laptops and tablets out of your bags. Remove all liquids and place them in the bin."

More than 1,000 TSA employees still owed back pay

More than a month after the longest government shutdown in US history ended, a significant number of Transportation Security Administration employees still have not received all of the back-pay they are owed.

TSA looking at $300 million in cuts

A new internal document obtained by CNN shows the Transportation Security Administration's proposal to eliminate screening at more than 150 small to medium sized airports is just one of several cost-saving measures the agency is discussing.

TSA considering eliminating screening at smaller airports

The Transportation Security Administration is considering eliminating passenger screening at more than 150 small and medium-sized airports across the U.S., according to senior agency officials and internal documents obtained by CNN.

TSA program tracks unsuspecting passengers

In a previously undisclosed Transportation Security Administration program, federal air marshals are tracking American citizens not suspected of a crime, not under investigation or who are not on any terrorist watch list, the Boston Globe first reported and CNN has confirmed.

Boy Scout delays flights with toy grenade

A Boy Scout should be prepared for anything. But if there's one thing you should definitely leave at home when you're flying, it's a grenade. Even if it's a toy one.