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Nov 23 2022
High costs and ubiquitous logistical headaches aren't slowing down Americans' holiday travel.
Driving the news: Airports and airlines are bracing for crowds and looking to stave off delays as millions of Americans skip town.
"We have only seen demand grow since the end of August," Hayley Berg, an economist at Hopper Inc., told Axios.
By the numbers: In total, approximatelyAxios
Mar 10 2022
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Thursday that Americans will have to wear a mask on public transport for at least a little bit longer.
The federal mask mandate on airline flights and public transit will be extended until at least April 18, the agency announced. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) ultimately decided to extend the mandate at theThe Daily Caller
May 25 2021
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will issue a directive later this week requiring all pipeline companies to report cyber incidents to federal authorities after a devastating ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline forced a shutdown of operations.
The Washington Post first reported that DHS’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA), which is responsible for securing criticalThe Hill
Mar 10 2022
Federal officials are extending the requirement for masks on planes and public transportation for one more month — through mid-April — while taking steps that could lead to lifting the rule.
The mask mandate was scheduled to expire March 18, but the Transportation Security Administration said Thursday that it will extend the requirement through April 18.
TSA said the extra monthAssociated Press
Jul 24 2022
The Supreme Court declined to allow the Biden administration to enforce a policy prioritizing the apprehension and deportation of certain groups of illegal immigrants. In a five-to-four decision Thursday, the high court rejected a request by the administration to put a district court ruling blocking the policies implementation on hold.
Under the policy, border officials are instructedOne America News Network (OAN)
Apr 26 2022
Rep. Madison Cawthorn, R-N.C., was cited Tuesday for having a loaded 9mm handgun at a TSA checkpoint at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, the second time he has been stopped with a firearm at an airport since taking office last year.
The incident occurred just before 9 a.m., when Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said it was notified that Transportation SecurityNBC News (Online)
Apr 29 2022
Rep. Madison Cawthorn ( R-N.C.) has been a lightning rod for controversy.
The 26-year-old freshman lawmaker, who was elected to represent North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives to fill the vacant seat left by White House chief of staff Mark Meadows in 2020, has been at the center of a series of scandals in the lead-up to his primary on May 17The Hill
Aug 29 2019
Going through airport security is never enjoyable, but for some the experience is far worse than others.
Transgender travelers are “particularly vulnerable to invasive searches at airport checkpoints,” according to a new ProPublica report. The report, which reviewed complaint data from Transportation Security Administration’s website and collected 174 anecdotal accounts, found thatVice
Sep 24 2014
In August, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) ended a monthlong contest it hopes will shorten the time that travelers spend in airport-security lines. Agency officials plan to award $15,000 in prize money to the applicants with the best ideas. My suggestion — disband the TSA and liberalize security.Washington Times