The Transportation Security Administration has agreed to fund a study of the health effects of its X-ray body scanners.
In late October, Syria asked Iraqi authorities to grant air access for a cargo plane transporting refurbed attack helicopters from Russia.
The TSA has been removing X-ray body scanners from airports and replacing them with machines that radiation experts believe are safer.
From intrusive pat-downs to body scans to perceived profiling, the Transportation Security Administration always seems to be the target of complaints. Here’s another one: It took the TSA almost four years to tell me what people complained about — in 2008. In my first week at ProPublica in June 2008, I filed a public records […]
The Federal Aviation Administration has now allocated all of its $1.1 billion in stimulus money for airport improvements. But the complex set of rules laid out in the recovery act has led to some counterintuitive results: The biggest winners aren’t the busiest airports.