TSA: No Knives on Planes

The TSA was planning to let passengers carry small knives on planes for the first time since September 11, when Congress put the kibosh on it. After a backlash from lawmakers, airlines, and the public, the TSA tells the Associated Press it won’t be moving forward with the plan. A bipartisan group of 145 House Representatives wrote a letter to TSA head John Pistole last month urging him to reconsider the proposed changes, calling them “dangerous, unnecessary and irresponsible.” The new guidelines, originally announced in March, had already been delayed since April.