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TSA Security Check Expansion or Invasion?

Before you even get to the airport, the TSA could be checking your employment history, past travel itineraries, or even your car registration. The New York Times is reporting that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has recently begun expanding its passenger screening to cover other government agencies’ databases. The full details of their new pre-screening…

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Put Your Knife Away – You Won’t be Traveling with It After All

TSA head John Pistole has dropped his effort to allow small knives, golf clubs and hockey sticks onboard flights according to USA Today. After much criticism from flight attendants, lawmakers, federal air marshals and the traveling public, Pistole decided to leave the prohibited-items list as is. Pistole’s “small knife” exceptions was originally posted here: When Will…

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TSA PreCheck Expands Expedited Screening Benefits for International Travel

Great news for international travelers! Starting tomorrow, May 7, 2013, TSA Pre✓ participants will be eligible for expedited screening on select international travel itineraries if flying Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and US Airways. This also applies to inbound international flights when connecting to a domestic flight within the U.S. Details…

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