Concerned about the effects of a recently ended partial federal government shutdown, Maryland lawmakers are considering ways to cope should politicians force another closure. Unemployment benefits for nonessential employees, pay for contract workers and help with utility bills are on the table.
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport’s security Checkpoint A has reopened Tuesday, after closing due to “excessive call-outs” by TSA agents who have not been paid in weeks because of the federal government shutdown, an airport spokesman said.
Checkpoint operations are continuing in a routine manner Saturday at the Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport amid reports of mass numbers of TSA agents calling out sick during the government shutdown.
A Westminster man managed to walk through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at BWI Marshall Airport with a knife in his waistband and no boarding pass on the night before the Fourth of July, authorities confirmed Thursday.
Two people were arrested after separately bringing guns into the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport security checkpoint areas this weekend, officials said, bringing this year's total to three.
A 47-year-old Georgia man was arrested Thursday trying to carry a loaded handgun past a security checkpoint at Baltimore Washington International/Thurgood Marshall Airport, transportation officials said.
A Baltimore man was arrested at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport after he was caught trying to bring a loaded handgun past a security checkpoint. That brings the total number of guns caught at the airport to 25 for the year, which is a new record.
Two guns were stopped at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport checkpoints in the past week, bringing this year’s total to 24 — matching last year’s number, the Transportation Security Administration said.
Between 30,000 and 40,000 passengers per day are expected to pass through security checkpoints at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in the lead-up to Thanksgiving, according to the TSA.
When police and local residents began squaring off near the Mondawmin Metro station in West Baltimore two years ago this week — precipitating one of the most consequential riots in modern American history — it was captured on video by a network of government surveillance cameras. What the footage shows, however, is still a secret.
A Delaware woman was arrested with a loaded handgun at a security checkpoint at BWI Marshall Airport on Monday — the third gun Transportation Security Administration officers have found in carry-on baggage in the last five days at the airport, officials said.
A Mount Airy man was arrested Tuesday after being caught trying to carry a shotgun past the security checkpoint at Baltimore Washington International-Thurgood Marshall Airport, according to a press release from the Transportation Security Administration.
Its election season and, as expected, some candidates are promising more tax cuts — again. And while some Americans are pleased to have more money in their pockets in the short-term, all of us will end up paying more in the long-term.
As the nation's gun laws continue to be the subject of heated debate, federal aviation officials are reminding travelers of a long-standing rule: Firearms and ammunition are never permitted in carry-on bags.
A man tried to bring a dozen fireworks, a hatchet, five knives, a 9-inch folding saw, three rope cutters and two smoke grenades through a security checkpoint at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Tuesday, officials said.