CNBC takes you on an inside look at United Airlines Flight Training Center in Denver, Colorado. All of United's 12,000 pilots come through here for flight training every year.
Curtis "Bob" Burns, the man who began the TSA's wildly popular Instagram account, has died at age 48. Burns' career started in Cincinnati as a baggage handler in 2002, and he started the agency's Instagram account in 2013.
Analogic created a computed tomography (CT) scanner for the TSA that produces 3D images of carry-on luggage. This allows passengers to keep electronics in their bags and could one day let them keep liquids as well.
Analogic Corporation created a computed tomography (CT) scanner for TSA that produces 3D images of carry-on luggage. The allows passengers to keep electronics in their carry-ons, and could one day allow passengers to keep liquids in too.
The TSA says it's just studying the possibility of eliminating security checkpoints at 150 smaller airports, in an effort to save money. It's already facing serious backlash over the idea, USA Today reports.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on what it takes to work at the TSA, which is hiring to meet summer travel demand.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on how the Transportation Security Administration is training and attracting jobseekers.
With security lines at all-time highs, the Transportation Security Administration has to recruit more airport security officers.
The Fourth of July falls on a Wednesday this year, giving travelers more flexibility to schedule their getaways and likely setting a record for the number of Americans traveling.
TSA and airlines are urging passengers to pack larger containers in checked luggage and remove smaller containers from carry-on bags for separate screening, similar to small containers of liquids. USAToday reports.
I think you can tighten the vetting process, says Bill Bratton, Teneo Risk executive chairman, and former NYPD commissioner, discussing President Trump's proposed travel ban on people from several Muslim-majority countries, what America needs to do to increase security awareness, and the TSA's screening of electronic devices at airports.
Former TSA Administrator John Pistole and Ben Baldanza, former Spirit Airlines CEO, discuss the tighter security practices that the TSA is trialing at some airports and what it means for airline travel.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is testing new procedures that will require travelers to unpack electronics from carry-on bags for separate screening, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Here's what services are "essential" and would continue if the government fails to pass a new spending bill by Friday, USA Today reports.
Discussing the carry-on restrictions for electronics on flights from the Middle East with Gordon Bethune, former Continental Airlines chairman & CEO and CNBC contributor.
Former TSA Administrator John Pistole discusses the impact of the ban on electronics on some U.S.-bound flights from the Middle East.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) discusses the impact of the ban on electronics on some U.S.-bound flights from the Middle East as well as the FBI investigation into Russia.
Law enforcement officials confirmed the shooter at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport was unharmed and in custody.
Jim Cramer on Tuesday calls for the TSA to stop Samsung Galaxy Note 7's from coming on planes.
Delta has a 30 percent faster lane system that processes five travelers at once, NBC News reports.