November 13th, 2013
08:59 PM ET

New GAO report slams TSA over $900 million program

A new Government Accountability Office report is raising serious questions about the TSA's $900 million dollar program to pick out potential terrorists based on behavior.

According to the report, there's little evidence to suggest the program works, saying its results are "the same as or slightly better than chance."

Rene Marsh is OutFront.

Filed under: News • TSA
October 8th, 2013
08:58 PM ET

Father of boy who sneaked on plane: "I don't have an angel"

Plans are being made to get the boy who slipped past security and boarded a flight to Las Vegas back home to Minneapolis.

While it's still unclear when he'll be returning, we are learning more about the boy's previous run-ins with the law.

George Howell is OutFront.

Filed under: Boy on Flight • News • TSA
October 7th, 2013
08:31 PM ET

9-year-old boy sneaks onto plane to Vegas

The Transportation Security Administration is considering changes at one of the Midwest's busiest airports after a 9-year-old boy was able to sneak past several layers of security and board a flight from Minneapolis to Las Vegas without a ticket.

And that trip is now raising serious questions about security at America's airports.

George Howell has an OutFront investigation.

Filed under: News • TSA
September 5th, 2013
08:55 PM ET

TSA expanding rapid screening to another 60 airports

The Transportation Security Administration is expanding their fast-track screening program to another 60 airports by the end of the year.

More travelers will be able get through security without removing their shoes, jackets, and belts for a small fee.

Keep your shoes, jackets on: TSA to expand pre-screening program

Does it put America's security at risk or prove all the costly TSA is not worth taxpayer money to begin with?

CNN's Alina Machado is OutFront with the report.

Filed under: News • TSA
July 30th, 2013
09:02 PM ET

GAO report reveals increase in TSA employee misconduct

A new government report says misconduct by Transportation Security Administration workers has increased 26% in the last three years.

Some of the most serious violations include:

  • Employees sleeping on the job
  • Letting family and friends go without being screened
  • Leaving work without permission
  • Drug use

Outfront: Rene Marsh is in Washington D.C. with the latest.

Filed under: Aviation Industry • TSA