The "mobile lounge" moves people from one terminal to another.
The tractor-trailer drove 120 miles down a preprogrammed route on a Colorado highway.
Embraer S.A. is accused of making $83M in profits from contracts secured via bribes.
The decision comes despite fierce protests from anti-expansion groups.
The administration is bracing for a world of connected and automated vehicles.
Amtrak joins the FAA in prohibiting the phones, which are known to catch fire.
Sherrod Brown said he emerged from the accident "stiff, but unharmed."
The ride-hailing firm spent $100,000 on lobbying during July, August and September.
The technology will make vehicles "substantially safer than a human driver."
"I would like to put Bernie on the side of Ralph Nader who hates cars,” the adviser said.
Rep. Peter DeFazio says the rules should be implemented before “another tragedy occurs.”
Policymakers may want to remove the thousands of dams now considered obsolete.
The FAA has rejected 71 out of 107 requests for an exemption to the small commercial drone rule.
The settlement is “fair, reasonable, and adequate," a federal judge said Tuesday.
The average price of a domestic plane ticket is down 9.6 percent from last year.
The tour bus never appeared to brake, according to reports.
More ride-sharing and better traffic coordination can help reduce fuel use.
Legal action and love lives are being dragged into the fight.
More than 20 percent of the vehicles sold by the GSA had safety defects, a report found.
The senators say the area is only operating at 50 percent of its full capacity.
Industry experts worry the proposal goes further than flexible federal guidelines.
Members will develop technical advice and present recommendations to the feds.
The effort includes requiring airlines to refund baggage fees if luggage is delayed.
Clinton has made massive investments in the nation’s infrastructure a top priority.