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How these Thanksgiving foods can fly with you

If you’re flying for Thanksgiving this year and planning to take your favorite food for dinner, you may want to check this guidance from the Transportation Security Administration before packing.
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TSA Agents Pull 'Suspicious' Item From Suitcase 'Which Could Have Resulted in a Tragic Outcome'

A TSA explosives expert at JFK Airport in NYC prevented a possible mid-air disaster, after TSA officers spotted an ‘unusual suspicious item’ inside a traveler’s carry-on bag, the federal agency said Wednesday.
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TSA Rescues Wedding Dress Left Behind at Airport

The TSA saved the day after a wedding dress was left behind at a security checkpoint at Newark Airport. Find out how they contacted the woman about the dress.
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Passengers Left Behind More Than $926,000 at U.S. Airport Security Checkpoints Last Year

If you went through an airport security checkpoint in 2019, there’s a good chance you left behind some money as you did. TSA collected $926,030.44 in unclaimed cash. See which airports had the most unclaimed cash!
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TSA Says 500 Employees Have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

The Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday that five hundred of its employees have tested positive for the coronavirus. Of that five hundred, four people have died. See the details.
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TSA Wants Floppy Ear Dogs

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) says it'll transition away from pointy-eared dogs over the next several years, in favor of less-intimidating canines with floppy ears. About 80% of the TSA's 1,200 canines come from sporting or hunting breeds with floppy ears, including Labrador...
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How To Get Your Bottle Of Water Through Airport Security

Traveling by air has its benefits, once you finally get to the airport, check in your bag, print a boarding pass and go stand in the seemingly motionless TSA screening line. For many it means that you must say goodbye to you bottle of water. However there is a loophole in the TSA's 3-1-1 rule about...
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