Leaders at Fort Wayne International Airport said they talk to TSA several times a day, but the agency’s changes haven’t been communicated yet.
Sales rose 2 percent over last May to more than 1.64 million cars and trucks, their fastest pace since July 2005, according to Autodata Corp.
Troopers say 19-year-old Logan Shaulis parked his vehicle diagonally across state Route 601 and set up road flares at about 4 a.m. Saturday.
The field trip, which served as part of the private school’s sex education program, angered several parents who claim they weren’t notified of the trip.
The first “smart” home gadgets that can be controlled by Apple’s voice-activated digital assistant are going on sale this week, just days after rival tech giant Google announced it’s building its own software for Internet-connected home appliances and other gadgets.
The directives come after the agency’s inspector general briefed Homeland Security Director Jeh Johnson on a report analyzing vulnerabilities in airport security — specifically, the ability to bring prohibited items through TSA checkpoints.
Multiple news outlets report authorities say 41-year-old William Leonard Dodson of North Charleston was arrested Monday night and charged with ill treatment of animals.
The indictment doesn’t say what Hastert was allegedly trying to hide or to whom he intended to pay the money. But a person familiar with the allegations told The Associated Press that payments were intended to conceal claims that he sexually molested someone decades ago.
Government officials are split on how the loss of these tools will affect national security. New Attorney General Loretta Lynch said the country would face a “serious lapse” in national security, while NSA critics argue the government has several other tools to investigate terrorists.
The Supreme Court has sided with a Muslim woman who did not get hired after she showed up to a job interview with clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch wearing a headscarf.
Google is making its privacy controls easier to find and understand in an attempt to make the more than 1 billion users of its digital services more comfortable about the personal information that they give the Internet’s most powerful company.
General Motors Co. plans to invest $119 million in tools and equipment to support production of future vehicle components in western Michigan.