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Keep up on the Latest Changes to TSA Rules REAL ID and Air Travel The REAL ID Act (passed by Congress in 2005) prohibits federal agencies, like TSA, from accepting licenses and identification cards for official purposes from states that

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TSA Checkpoints: Get through Airport Security Faster

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Airport Security and TSA Checkpoints are a modern day travel reality that everyone has to deal with it. However, modern technology and a global economy have also made traveling easier and more accessible than ever before. Related: How Terrorist Attacks

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The Problem with TSA Wait Lines

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Lines at certain airports have gotten so long that hundreds or thousands of people have actually missed their flights. Recently Chicago, Denver, Seattle, Atlanta, and Charlotte, were among the worst. This is happening even though most travelers are heeding the

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TSA Precheck Program Hits 2 Million

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Make your security experience as smooth as possible The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced recently that their new TSA Pre✓® application program has reached a new milestone with more than 2 million travelers enrolled. TSA Pre✓®, which opened its first

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Tweet @AskTSA for Quick Travel Answers!

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Get travel question answers directly from TSA on Twitter

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Ziplock Bags are Your Friend!

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) limits carry-on liquids to a 3-1-1 rule-3 ounce bottles in 1, 1-quart zip-top bag, but there are many other uses for those handy bags when you travel. More than just liquids I always take several

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