Judge Andrew Napolitano sat down with Gretchen Carlson this afternoon, calling the TSA an illusion and giving a new idea for airport security that would not involve the government.
According to new reports, it took paramedics 33 minutes to reach TSA agent Gerardo Hernandez, who became the first agent to die in the line of duty during a shooting at Los Angeles International Airport two weeks ago.
Patrick Gannon, chief of airport police, said the shooter pulled an assault rifle out of a bag and began shooting in Terminal 3. Gannon said the gunman made his way to the checkpoint area and continued shooting beyond the secure area.
A law enforcement source tells Catherine Herridge that a TSA agent has been killed in the shooting and that multiple other agents have also been injured. When asked to specify the numbers, the sources said “about a handful.”
Witnesses, including Fox Sports columnist Bill Reiter, described a frightening and chaotic scene at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) this morning as a gunman opened fire, wounding a TSA agent.
The shooter was also wounded and taken into custody.
What happens in Vegas doesn't always stay there, especially if you're a nine-year-old child.
A scathing new government report shows major misconduct by TSA workers.
The Five's Eric Bolling and Bob Beckel bonded on Thursday, agreeing in a debate over safety versus privacy.
Outrage is streaming in over a story about the way security personnel treated wounded warrior Retired Cpl. Nathan Kemnitz in Sacramento at the airport and state capital.
The TSA is under fire for allegedly humiliating a teenage girl for her outfit. The supposedly scantily clad girl claims she was shamed by a TSA employee who told her to ‘cover up.’
New video out of Richmond, Virginia shows what's proving to be a tense situation for dozens of airline passengers and employees who were evacuated after officials say an unspecifiied and serious threat was called in on Tuesday.