It's the largest auto recall in U.S. history.
Lawmakers cited the country’s links to terror financing.
A person reportedly attempted to stab the driver before trying to drive off with the bus.
Some groups are slamming airlines for collecting record-high bag and ticket fees.
Lawmakers fear commercial ports have been left unprotected.
At least one car was leaking sodium hydroxide.
A couple from Nebraska died after an apparent electrical fire on board their ship.
Groups say the devices don't emit smoke and therefore can't be regulated.
“No more excuses,” said Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx.
It's the latest sign that support for Trump in Washington is growing.
The Department of Transportation has tentatively approved the permit.
The bill was changed to reflect demands from Democrats.
The problem is expected to grow as summer travel increases.
“Whatever could go wrong that afternoon, did go wrong,” one board member said.
Lawmakers are pushing legislation to block the carrier's expansion.
The transit agency is trying to improve coordination with first responders.
VIDEO | The event marks a milestone in thawing relations between Washington and Havana.
Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) is vowing to push ahead to privatize air traffic control.
Amtrak can't impose rules on rivals because it has its own economic interests, the court says.
The House Smart Transportation Caucus will focus on connected, self-driving cars.
The bill contains $220 million in emergency assistance for cities with contaminated water.
It be would be a big step toward Elon Musk's vision of colonizing the planet.
The beleaguered transit agency is scrambling to address ongoing safety issues
TSA employees said poor leadership and a culture of retaliation plague the agency.