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LAX Shooting — Gunman Opens Fire at L.A. Airport, Kills One TSA Agent [UPDATED]

UPDATE 2:30 p.m. EST: NBC is reporting that one TSA agent was killed and three others wounded. Airport police shot and may have killed the gunman at the scene. The shooter, whose identity has not been confirmed, was taken into custody after being shot.

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TSA doesn't return your money if you leave it at the checkpoint
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TSA Pockets Over $500,000 In Change Left by Travelers at Security Gates!

The TSA has been taking your money!

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New TSA training reportedly tells workers to save themselves in emergencies
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TSA Workers Told to Save Themselves in Case of Airport Emergency

If there's a major terrorist event at an airport, don't depend on the TSA to save your butt!

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TSA head tells Congress they have no jurisdiction over agency
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TSA Claims Congress Has No Jurisdiction Over It

The Transportation Security Administration is again flexing its muscle in telling a Congressional committee it doesn't have to show up for a hearing.

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Full body scanners pulled over controversy
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TSA Pulls Dozens of ‘Naked Body’ Scanners After Vendor Accused of Fraud

The Transportation Security Administration is again taking fire after one of its body scanner vendors is accused of faking tests on its machines.

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Lose something? Check TSA's 'lost and found!'
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Traveling? Watch Your Luggage At Sea-Tac – One Of Worst For TSA Employee Theft!

You might want to fly direct from Pasco, Spokane, and avoid the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

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TSA Firing 25 Workers, but Not Because of That Horrible Security Report or All the Stealing

According to reports from the Transportation Security Administration, the agency plans to clean a little house at the Newark International Airport by firing 25 employees and suspending 19 others for alleged misconduct.

In a seemingly related pair of stories, a recent internal TSA investigation revealed frequent security failures, while an ABC News story investigated rampant theft at the TSA.

However, both of these things have nothing to do with the 25 firings, according to the TSA.

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TSA workers fired for bribing instructor to past security tests
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TSA Workers Fired For Bribing Instructor In Proficiency Test

Cheating in school is bad enough, but here comes the TSA -again- with another example of  how not to protect America.

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How To ‘Fix’ TSA–Allow Liquids, Knives(!)–Focus On Terrorist Plots

According to a former administrator of the TSA, the way to 'fix' the many issues with the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) is to quit focusing on the minutia--allow knives, liquids, and lighters--and focus on the bigger picture such as terrorist plots.

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TSA Screener accused ot i-pad theft
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TSA Agent Accused Of Stealing i-pads From Travelers Luggage!

A TSA inspector working at the Dallas/Fort Worth airport has been indicted on allegedly stealing i-pads from passengers luggage over the last 8 months.

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