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"My hair is part of my spirit. I am a Native woman. I am angry, humiliated. Your 'fun' hurt," tweeted Ojibwe Tara Houska after the incident in Minnesota.
HuffPost Personal
When is it ever OK to ask a woman if she’s pregnant? Let me answer that for you: NEVER.
Travel
The TSA's list of items that are not carry-on approved is very interesting.
Travel
The agency says these plastic items could be mistaken for an explosive device.
Queer Voices
Transgender and gender nonconforming people say they have been pressured to expose their genitals during TSA searches at airports.
Politics
Charles Cook denied accusations that he had harassed and retaliated against a government employee while at the Transportation Security Administration.
U.S. News
A pair of toy gorillas were found attached to a noose in an area for employees.
Travel
"It should be okay to boo people at the airport."
Entertainment
The cookbook author and TV personality turned her TSA dilemma into a feast of debate.
Travel
Starting Oct. 1, 2020, everyone has to show an updated driver's license (or other acceptable form of ID) to fly.
Celebrity
The agency is defending its reputation following the singer's flurry of outraged tweets.
U.S. News
Panicked passengers rushed past checkpoints, resulting in checkpoint closures for up to three hours and some flight cancellations.
Politics
Hundreds of thousands of federal employees are working without pay because of the partial shutdown over Trump’s border wall.
Politics
The rate of unscheduled absences has more than tripled since this time last year, the agency said.
U.S. News
The agency said staffers were pointing to "financial limitations" as the government shutdown nears month two.
Politics
A number of aviation industry groups have voiced concerns about potential safety lapses during the shutdown.
Politics
Furloughed federal employees rallied outside the Johnson Space Center to demand the government be re-opened.
U.S. News
TSA staffers are expected to work without pay during the government shutdown.
U.S. News
The federal government isn't paying many of its workers, so others are stepping up, including an airport, nonprofit organizations and chef José Andrés.