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Flying could become a little safer if Japan's new bomb-sniffing technology takes off
It's almost unheard of for a row of seats to come unbolted on a passenger jet. And yet, American has suffered three such incidents in three days
The Department of Homeland Security is reportedly developing a new scanner that can detect everything from traces of gun powder to adrenaline levels
Researchers worry that antiquated seating standards no longer match up with our expanding waistlines
Travelers rejoice as the government reconsiders much-hated rules requiring passengers to turn off their gadgets during taxi, takeoff, and landing
A pregnant 17-year-old is grounded because of a decorative pistol design on her handbag. Another epic TSA misfire?
With holiday travel season upon us, many fliers are questioning whether they must truly shut down their iPads before takeoff
The days of walking through security checkpoints in your socks might be ending. Too soon or long overdue?
Pilots' "automation addiction" has apparently increased the risks of flying, reports the AP — but the problem is flummoxing authorities
Jean Weber says her 95-year-old mother was subjected to an embarrassing airport security ordeal — though the TSA denies wrongdoing
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