The employee got a $90,000 bonus, despite screeners he oversaw failing security tests.
The agency has not fully implemented a mandate issued after 9/11.
Lawmakers want to make it easier to enroll to help cut long airport security lines.
The move comes just days after Metro finalized its massive maintenance plan.
The TSA is facing public criticism over long lines at major airports.
"I can practically guarantee who blew it up," Trump said of the EgyptAir jet.
All three presidential candidates are calling for major spending on transportation.
Uber and Lyft have pushed back against formal unionization efforts.
“Obviously, there are concerns of terrorism,” Michael McCaul said.
It's only the third time U.S. motorcycle fatalities have topped 5,000.
The bill addresses meal and rest break laws for commercial truck drivers.
Officials were resportedly responding to a possible hazmat situation.
About 38 million Americans are estimated to be traveling 50 miles or more this weekend.
"I think we have to have better results at TSA," Rep. Ed Royce said.
"I think this summer is going to continue to be a challenge."
Clinton joins a growing chorus of criticism surrounding the low-cost air carrier.
TSA has been struggling with staffing shortages and increased passenger volume.
Using driver safety as its reason, will we one day see government mandating driverless cars?
The transportation, housing and veterans spending bill passed 89-8.
Officials said after the discovery that the wreckage does not belong to a plane.
The plan will begin June 4 with 13 straight days of continuous single-tracking in one area.
The bill would temporarily let airports pay for overtime for TSA screening officers.
Massive airport security lines are creating pressure for Congress to do something.
The engineer reportedly become distracted by radio chatter before speeding around a sharp curve.