The Los Angeles transit system is testing TSA technology that screens for explosives.
Many see Trump, who complains regularly about leaks, as a “citizen whistleblower” who can provide leadership to “drain the swamp.”
The search is being tested as a way to improve security, as it can be difficult to see through tightly packed suitcases.
John Kelly, Secretary of Homeland Security, said the move would be part of a broader effort to tighten airline security to combat what he called "a real sophisticated threat."
U.S. authorities raided an alleged drug kingpin’s home and seized his pet tiger.
The Federal Air Marshal Service has so far managed to evade budget cuts proposed by President Trump.
The protocol now employed at airports is supposed to be standardized but some are feeling violated by overly zealous agents.
The TSA’s emergency amendment applies to devices larger than cell phones and smartphones.
The TSA list for 2015 includes a record number of firearms as well as a meat-slicer, a chihuahua and all sorts of creatively hidden items.
TSA failed to detect 75 percent of bomb parts at LAX and 60 percent at O’Hare.
The Transportation Security Administration says the airport officer followed correct procedure when screening the singer.
The news comes a week after an internal TSA investigation found major holes in security at America’s busiest airports.
While TSA agents hunt for liquids and knives, they are failing to find explosives and guns.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has ordered the acting administrator's reassignment.
An internal Homeland Security investigation shows widespread failures by TSA agents.