A string of short-sighted decisions has travelers facing a summer of massive lines and soaring wait...
"That is our principle responsibility," Jeh Johnson said.
Officials have been racing to find solutions before peak travel season.
Some officials fear the trend will continue if workplace conditions and hiring practices do not...
Long airport lines and concerns about security may pressure the House to act.
The head of the TSA said the agency will be deploying additional agents and canine units.
Metro will now notify the public about violent crimes the same day they occur.
The increase provides new screeners and canine teams to help TSA cut down security lines.
The temporary position comes as Metro has scrambled to address ongoing safety issues.
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."
The rules expand existing protections and drug testing for roadway workers.
The agency wants $28 million to convert screeners from part-time to full-time.
The TSA would get $7.7 billion under the bill.
The company will also expand its pool service.
The bill does not contain the same clean drinking water investments as the Senate.
Terry McAuliffe wants the agency to meet certain safety standards to get the full funding.
Lawmakers blocked a push to strip controversial trucking policy riders from the bill.
“Sir, you fired people! This is a certificate of appreciation. You’re going to get a silver.”
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.