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Dutch to use full body scanners for US flights

THE HAGUE, Netherlands - The Netherlands announced Wednesday it will immediately begin using full body scanners for flights heading to the United States, issuing a report that called the fai

Delays, but no travel chaos following attack

LONDON  - Bags were painstakingly checked, babies were frisked, and in-flight screens showing a plane's location and flightpath had to be switched off.

Better airport scanners delayed by privacy fears

WASHINGTON - High-tech security scanners that might have prevented the Christmas Day attempt to blow up a jetliner have been installed in only a small number of airports around the world, in large part because of privacy concer

In-flight security rules eased

DALLAS, Tex. - In-flight security rules have been eased after a two-day clampdown, airline officials familiar with the matter said Monday.

TSA: 2 passengers detained after flight to Phoenix

PHOENIX - Two men thought to have been acting suspicious aboard a flight bound for Phoenix were detained and questioned by federal anti-terrorism authorities before they were released, the FBI said Sunday.

Airlines: New rules keep passengers in seats

WASHINGTON  - Some airlines were telling passengers on Saturday that new government security regulations prohibit them from leaving their seats beginning an hour before landing

Been away from the airport? A lot has changed

MINNEAPOLIS - Haven't flown since last Christmas? Be prepared. Things have changed.

Northeast train problems strand holiday travelers

NEWARK, N.J. - An electrical malfunction outside New York City brought train service to a standstill Wednesday and spotlighted problems on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor that persist despit