The agency replied to users who tweeted about texting while driving.
It's the 13th company in the state to get a license to test autonomous vehicles.
The .40 caliber handgun was loaded with 10 bullets, the TSA said.
Lawmakers want to know if federal funding was used for “Alaska Aircrash Investigators.”
Safety advocates have been pushing back against a provision on drivers' hours.
Safety advocates say a provision in a transportation spending bill would allow 73 hours of driving...
A House bill would require minimum standards for seat sizes and distances between rows.
The Cessna's registration expired Jan. 31 and is not currently in good standing.
The legislation would increase FAA funding and decrease DOT funding.
The chamber will likely wrap up work on the measure Tuesday.
The American Action Network is spending $200,000 to help Rep. Bill Shuster defend his seat.
A Southwest Airlines employee asked the man why he was speaking Arabic.
The agency is expecting more passengers and longer lines at airports this summer.
The settlement would result in a payout for drivers as high as $100 million.
The deal would open up new flight routes between the two countries.
Sen. Dick Durbin wants to know what airlines are doing to prevent discrimination.
The deal covers 500,000 diesel cars.
The company had been working on a compensation deal with regulators.
Some of the concerns include fire extinguishers that don’t work and broken tunnel lights.
The chamber was unable to adopt a final package of amendments before the vote.
Airlines for America spent $1.6 million in the first three months of 2016.
State transportation agencies would be required to collect and use better data on travel times.
Even some lawmakers who opposed Obama's opening to Cuba are seeking help for their constituents.
If confirmed, it would be the first incident of its kind in the United Kingdom.