An Australian government worker mistakenly emailed out information on 31 world leaders.
The White House Monday started its final review of a proposal to improve the efficiency of large...
Lawmakers face a May 31 deadline to renew transportation funding.
The current infrastructure measure is scheduled to expire on May 31.
The legislation follows widespread recalls among several auto companies.
Germanwings's parent company said it will adopt the U.S. rule.
A confidential checklist reveals a point system employed by the agency.
Advocates are pushing for a federal increase.
The amendment would make it harder for lawmakers to hike the tax.
A convicted felon was granted expedited screening in 2014.
U.S. aviation officials granted Andreas Guenter Lubitz status as an airman in 2012.
Cars sold in the United States exceeded federal 2013 greenhouse gas emissions standards on average...
The $478 billion plan would prevent a construction shutdown.
Many say the law would allow businesses to discriminate against gay and lesbian people.
The company was included on a list by Forbes magazine.
Log-in info for thousands of Uber users is being sold on the black market.
Airline unions are accusing travel groups of supporting “abhorrent labor standards.”
Rep. Bill Shuster said procedures should be put in place to prevent a domestic crash.
Ex-TSA Administrator Kip Hawley says background check cannot predict future actions.
The note excusing Andreas Lubitz from work was destroyed the day of the crash.
The change follows Germanwings crash that has been blamed on a rogue co-pilot.
Industry officials say U.S. pilot standards are more stringent than foreign ones.
A co-pilot is accused of intentionally crashing a plane in the French Alps.
The co-pilot seemed to want to “destroy the plane,” a prosecutor said.