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Paul Ciancia of Pennsville, NJ, charged with killing a TSA screener and wounding 3 other people at Los Angeles International Airport on Nov. 1, 2013. Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Police Department.
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Security Report Cites 2013 LA Airport Shooting

The Transportation Security Administration is recommending armed officers be posted at airport security checkpoints during peak hours. This follows a nationwide review in response to a shooting at Los Angeles International Airport by a 23-year-old New Jersey man last fall.

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Kissing Bandit Bill Goes to Chris Christie

Legislation to toughen the penalty for an airport security breach was approved Thursday by the New Jersey Senate, giving it final legislative approval.

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New TSA Policy on Knives, Bats Sparks Backlash

Flight attendants, pilots, federal air marshals and even insurance companies are part of a growing backlash to the Transportation Security Administration's new policy allowing passengers to carry small knives and sports equipment like souvenir baseball bats and golf clubs onto planes.

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Soon You will be able to bring a mall knife on a plane
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You Will Soon be Able to Bring Knives on Planes

You will soon be able to bring certain kinds of small knives on planes. The new rules on TSA restrictions kick in April 25th.

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New TSA Rules on Knives Draw Fire from 9/11 Kin

Some family members of victims killed in the Sept. 11 terror attacks said Wednesday that they are outraged by the Transportation Security Administration's decision to let passengers carry pocketknives on planes.

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TSA to Allow Small Knives, Bats, Clubs on Planes

Airline passengers will be allowed to carry small knives, souvenir baseball bats, golf clubs and other sports equipment on planes beginning next month.

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A Kiss Leads NJ to Tighten Airport Security

A bill to toughen the penalty for an airport security breach has already passed the full New Jersey Assembly and it’s now been approved by the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee. The legislation was inspired by an ill-advised kiss.

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TSA Working to Improve Poor Reputation

House lawmakers are giving an earful to the chief of the Transportation Security Administration, just in time for the summer travel season.

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Illegal Immigrant Working at Newark Aiport for Decades

For 20 years, co-workers on the security team at one of the nation's busiest airports knew him as Jerry Thomas. His real name, authorities say, was Bimbo Olumuyiwa Oyewole, a Nigerian who used the name of a murder victim to hide his status as an illegal immigrant.  Though there's no indication of any other intent or transgressions, the revelation comes the same day a federal report says security breaches at the Newark airport were mishandled.

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Do You Feel Secure Flying? [AUDIO]

A new federal report finds the Transportation Security Administration has failed to adequately gather information about security breaches at Newark Liberty, and other airports across the country - and as a result, has not made needed security improvements.

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