Whether the TSA's new, more invasive screening procedures are making us safer is still up for debate. However, we do know that the agency is making excellent progress in its mission to anger everyone who flies in the United States.
Texas lawmakers are standing up to the TSA, saying that invasive patdowns amount to sexual harassment. In response, the federal government has threatened to "cancel any flight or series of flights for which it could not ensure the safety of passengers and crew."
Earlier this week, former Miss USA Susie Castillo posted a video on her blog that expresses how many of us feel after a TSA pat down. She's gone through the process before, but after a particularly invasive search at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, she filmed this video and filed several complaints. She…
The airline that kicked Kevin Smith off a flight for being "too fat to fly" yet allowed three children to fly to Nashville without their parents' knowledge is at it again — and now their incompetence has a racist twist! On Sunday, San Diego State University graduate student Irum Abassi was removed from a flight…
As we suspected, your worst travel stories involve far more than TSA pat-downs and long tarmac waits. Herewith, your tales of masturbation, voyeurism, and trombones in transit — just in time to make a run-of-the-mill holiday delay feel almost pleasant.
What with body scans and TSA gropings, this promises to be an especially hellish holiday travel season. But travel has always been an opportunity for horrible and/or hilarious mishaps, and now we want to hear about yours.