A flight from New York to Tel Aviv was diverted earlier this week because of rocket fire.
Washington stoked international outrage Monday over the downing of a Malaysian jetliner.
A bipartisan group of 12 current and former U.S. transportation secretaries is urging Congress to...
Malaysian prime minister says he has deal to provide investigators access to crash site.
Lawmakers approved an increase in the surcharge as part of a budget deal last year.
Putin said "tragedies of this sort should bring people together.”
House Republicans think the Senate will have to accept their bill.
State expresses concern over access to wreckage in eastern Ukraine.
Sen. Kirk also wants Justice Department to file wrongful death suit against Russia.
President blames Russia's government for doing too little to control separatists in Ukraine.
The FAA is restricting U.S. airlines from flying over eastern Ukraine.
McCain criticized Obama for attending a fundraiser in the wake of the plane crash.
Malaysia Airlines is retiring the flight number of an airplane that was shot down over Ukraine last...
The Senate confirmed Michael Anderson Lawson to be U.S. Representative on the Council of the...
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Monday that a temporary extension of road and transit...
Obama implored Putin to pressure separatists to open access to crash site.
The fight over the future of federal transportation funding moves to the Senate this week after the...
"It's pretty clear that this was a system that was transferred from Russia," he said.
"We stand determined to find answers about who is responsible," the House leader said.
A suit would make sure Russia pays a cost for Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
The United States suggested Russian militants were responsible for shooting down the plane.
A member of the House Armed Services Committee said Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin “...
Malaysian officials said Friday that the passengers identified from its plane that was shot down...
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) called for moving in U.S. troops "just for openers."