A woman was at the Houston airport in August for a layover. At the gate they were "testing" everyone's liquids. She drank her water instead of letting them test it, and was not allowed to board her flight. TSA tells her that she was kicked off her flight not because she was a threat, but because of her "attitude."Read more »
Man riding E-Bike is detained by what looks like the entire local police force. More and more extremely bored cops, that have evidently already solved all the local robberies and crimes, are called in for backup and arrive at the dangerous crime scene. Watch the hilarity ensue in this classic video from 2009.Read more »
Produced, mixed, & mastered by Mike Thompson at The Ivory Tower in Houston, TX.Read more »
Every so often, a kernel of truth manages to squeak past the spin.
That's the case in Fort Lee, where Mayor Mark Sokolich told his constituents that, yes, he wants to install red-light cameras in town – and, yes, it’s about the money.Read more »
An investigation has begun at Manchester airport after an 11-year-old boy boarded a flight to Rome without a passport, boarding card or ticket, by apparently tagging on to another family.Read more »
“Modene had been floating on the river for the day and consuming alcoholic beverages the entire time,” troopers wrote in their “daily dispatches” log on their website. Of course, the inflatable raft could have killed someone if he had lost control and swerved into oncoming traffic.Read more »
Passports are leftovers from old wars and continuing racismRead more »
Bus companies are operating "illegally" to work around regulations. The feds are cracking down and now the people relying on these buses are SOL.Read more »
How much do we really hate the TSA?
Editor's note: The Traveler's Psyche is a five-week series focusing on travel scenarios that stir emotion. We're starting with frustration and will wind up on a happy note in June. Next week, we'll look at relationships forged on the road.
(CNN) -- It's the kind of thing that seems to happen every day to innocent grandmas, teens and toddlers when they pass through the airport: Savannah Barry, a 16-year-old Type 1 diabetic, uses an insulin pump that can malfunction when exposed to technology used in airport screenings.Read more »
Two current and two former Transportation Security Administration screeners have been arrested for allegedly accepting $2,400 in bribes to allow large shipments of cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana to pass through Los Angeles International Airport over a six-month span, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced today.Read more »
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