The incident follows the death of an American Airlines pilot during a flight.
Foul play has been ruled out in pilot Michael Johnston's death.
Seven passengers and crew members were injured in the crash.
Lawmakers want to investigate "the implications of deceptive practices within the auto industry."
The flight, which was carrying 147 passengers, was landed safely by its co-pilot.
Four passengers are reportedly injured, though Amtrak says injuries aren't life-threatening.
Regulatory agencies are trying to use copyright law to crack down on car hacking.
The U.S. Postal workers's union is challening an exemption giving private mail carriers more...
Ryan's push for a big infrastructure tax deal may fall flat before the Oct. 29 funding deadline.
New ethanol standards are due to be finalized by November.
The industry says it will have to stop train service if Congress does not extend a December...
The high-ranking Senate Democrat said action on a bill "can't wait."
The bill is in response to multiple security incidents.
Lying to federal regulators would be punishable by five years in jail.
Only 10.2 percent of the survey's respondents said TSA is doing a good job.
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey filed the suit on Monday.
The House Homeland Security will question TSA officials.
The House Homeland Security Committee will assess vulnerability at automated ports.
A proposal in Congress would increase a limit of 28-feet-long twin truck trailers to 33-feet.
The hearings come as the FAA weighs a drastic expansion of drone use.
The industry has threatened to shut down service over a December automated train deadline.
The jump was part of a 142,000 increase in overall jobs in September.
VW Group of America CEO and President Michael Horn will testify next week.
Congress had required the FAA to approve nonmilitary drone use by Sept. 30.