Here's a new list of permissible liquids, gels, etc on airplane flights:
Under the revised rules, beverages, shampoo, lotions, toothpaste, aerosols, hair gels, contact lens solutions, perfumes and nail polish remain prohibited.
Passengers may carry on small doses of prescription drugs if the patient's name matches the name on the airline ticket, as well as baby formula, breast milk and baby food for passengers traveling with an infant or small child. The rules also allow up to four ounces of nonprescription liquid medication, and up to eight ounces of liquid or gel insulin. Most cosmetics must be placed in checked baggage, but solid lipstick will be allowed in carry-ons.
Also, Transportation Security Administration employees will now start checking your I.D.s and boarding passes, rather than zhlubs hired by the airlines. Said zhlubs will start hoisting luggage instead. The switch, says TSA officials, "would free up enough screeners to do the identity checks and behavior analyses of passengers waiting to go through security."