If You're From One of These States and Planning to Fly in 2016, LOL Sorry

Attention driver’s license holders from the great lands of New York, Louisiana, New Hampshire, Minnesota, and American Samoa: The Department of Homeland Security has no love for you. [Update: Let’s add Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Oregon,… »9/21/15 12:30pm9/21/15 12:30pm


Regal Cinemas to Check Bags Nationwide in Wake of Theater Shootings

Movie theater chain Regal Cinemas has begun checking the bags of all patrons entering their movie theaters, following a rash of high-profile, brutal theater shootings in the past several years. While none of the shootings occurred in a Regal theater, the company is putting security checks in place to make sure all… »8/20/15 4:30pm8/20/15 4:30pm

Hillary Clinton To Give Justice Department Entire Private Email Server

Hillary Clinton will turn over her entire private email server to the Justice Department, a campaign spokesperson confirmed on Tuesday. In doing so, Clinton will be cooperating with an investigation into whether classified information was improperly stored during her time as secretary of state and ensuring that many,… »8/11/15 10:00pm8/11/15 10:00pm

You Can Get Identity-Stealing Malware By Visiting This Popular Porn Site

Usually when you hear "sex" and "Trojan" in the same sentence, it means someone's being safe. Not so much in the most recent jack-off site hijacking: People checking out RedTube, one of the most popular porn sites, are in danger of identity theft. Hackers have infected the site's source code to redirect to malware… »2/18/15 1:47pm2/18/15 1:47pm

Body Odor ID System Is the Next Generation of Disappointing Tech

If you think the future is going to bring us all awesome hover boots, weird sexrobots, and spaceships capable of ferrying us to Mars, it's time you lower your expectations because the next big technological innovation rumbling down the airport terminal is (drumroll) body odor identification systems, which will be just… »2/09/14 5:15pm2/09/14 5:15pm

How to Lock Down Facebook Privacy Now That Old Posts Are Searchable

As of yesterday, Facebook Graph Search has officially opened its big, omniscient arms to every last check-in, status update, note, and comment you've ever posted throughout your entire Facebook career. Which, yes, sounds pretty terrifying, but don't worry—we're here to help you cover your tracks. »10/01/13 3:49pm10/01/13 3:49pm

Bumbling TSA Agent Accidentally Spills Grandpa's Ashes All Over Airport Floor

At this point, it's beginning to seem like the TSA needs to create a new agency—the Dignity Protection Administration—whose sole job is just to stand next to TSA agents and make sure they don't do anything dumb. One thing that the DPA could do, for instance, is prevent TSA agents from opening jars containing people's… »6/27/12 9:30am6/27/12 9:30am

Wouldn't We All Secretly Like to Turn the Tables on a TSA Agent?

Today in perversely satisfying news: A 59-year-old woman was going through security at Southwest Florida International Airport when she threw down her bags and theatrically groped a TSA supervisor's crotch. The woman, Carol Jean Price, says she was just demonstrating the aggressive groping she'd just received from a… »6/21/12 1:40pm6/21/12 1:40pm