Committee leaders also hope to include some permanent policies on a short-term patch.
It's the first major step toward integrating drones into the national airspace.
New uses could ultimately influence how lawmakers shape policy.
But air carriers took in $100 million more in baggage fees.
The project has been plagued by delays, skyrocketing costs and financing woes.
The second phase of subway work is expected to have a greater impact on the area.
The German automaker is hoping to overhaul its global image.
The House has passed incremental bills, but the Senate wants action on its FAA authorization bill.
The companies left Austin after losing a vote on background check laws.
But lawmakers want to keep the 45,000-person cap on full-time TSA screeners.
The agency also can't require car companies to disclose the information to customers.
Regulators are one step closer to adopting new standards for oil trains that Congress mandated last...
There is no guarantee the planes won't be used to airlift weapons and militia to Syria.
It would be the biggest business deal between Iran and a U.S. company since 1979.
Confusing gear shifters have caused 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokees to roll away.
The bridge will be forced to close in the next five years if it is not repaired.
Uber says fingerprint-based background checks would discriminate against people of color.
Rep. Tammy Duckworth says it will help reduce lengthy airport wait times in the long term.
Six airlines will begin commercial flights to Cuba this fall, but not for tourists.
The administration has been working to normalize relations with the country.
The agency will instead take steps to encourage voluntary reporting and treatment.
A clean reauthorization would be a blow to the aviation industry and Senate leaders.
There is currently a 45,000-person limit on the number of full-time employees at TSA.
It's the first House-passed bill to address long security lines since hearings this spring.