Everyone is suspect.
The TSA isn't messing around.
A blogger gets a creepy/hilarious note in her luggage.
New scanning software will spare you your precious modesty.
Terrorist groups want to surgically implant explosive devices on passengers' bodies.
We'd think that'd be a career advantage.
Alaska lawmaker Sharon Cissna nixed a Seattle airport pat-down and will take the ferry home to Juneau.
Other passengers, however, were not as amused.
All the time, in fact. Literally, every time someone tries, according to some studies.
Protest underwear is the new bumper sticker.
"Families should sit around the dinner table, eating turkey, talking about their experience."
But liberal talker Ed Schultz dissents with a Rush Limbaugh/Fox News conspiracy theory.
"Even worse is having to try and feel inside the flab rolls of obese passengers."
Some of these problems involve the bedroom.
Because now people will drive, and when people drive, they die a lot more often than when they fly.
"Airport screening procedures will be adapted as conditions warrant."