The man arrested reportedly planned to drive a van full of explosives into Wichita’s airport.
"I had nothing to do with it," the Republican governor said of the controversial closures.
The poll comes after the shooting at LA's airport ignited a debate about arming TSA agents.
An Arizona man is offering 100,000 frequent-flier miles as a reward for information about his missing cats, The Arizona Republic reports.
The man, Ken Ross, said he has accumulated the miles on US Airways during trips to 92 countries for his work as a travel photographer.
Delta Airlines is positioning itself to be more than an airline, Bloomberg Businessweek reports.
Delta President Ed Bastian told financial analysts that his company was looking beyond the traditional scope of airlines, according to the report.
The Department of Transportation is shutting down 52 bus companies as part of a crackdown on safety that has been dubbed “Operation Quick Strike,” the agency announced.
The crack was carried out by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), which said it spent eight months investigating bus companies that were suspected of violating safety rules.
The survey found people also want Canada to reduce its carbon emissions.
The Senate passed a bill Thursday that would give commercial space launchers more time to get licenses from the Department of Transportation and obtain insurance assistance.
The bill extends the current liability scheme for commercial space launch companies, which many see as a needed step to keep these companies competitive.
The commission voted along party lines to consider the proposal.
It may be hard to hear over the din of criticism that has engulfed the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) decision to consider lifting its on cellphone calls during flights, but at least one person is supporting the proposal.
Most of the voices that have be heard on the possibility of lifting the ban on airplane phone conversations have been in staunch opposition to the proposal, but Panasonic Avionics Corporation Vice President of Global Communications Services David Bruner said the agency made the right call.