This is the second employee to be fired for a red signal violation in the past month.
Defective e-cigarette batteries can explode in the consumer’s hands, pockets or bags.
Local 18 of the International Union of Operating Engineers is backing the Ohio Republican.
The administration is building on its efforts to integrate drones into the national airspace.
"I would say at least double her numbers and you're really going to need more than that."
Art Halvorson's decision adds a new twist to Rep. Bill Shuster's reelection bid.
Both presidential candidates have advocated for greater infrastructure spending.
The deal would create a one-stop shop for solar, storage and transportation.
The East Falls Church station will remain closed for the rest of the day.
It's a big win for the passenger rail service, which had warned of serious delays.
The move affirms that the services are legal in the country.
Police told The Hill that they were called in to investigate a suspicious package.
The move follows an unprecedented travel warning about Zika-affected areas earlier this week.
Authorities feel the company misrepresented its license for operating on the island.
The man was an officer in the Metro Transit Police Department for 12 years.
Environmentalists cheered the guidance as a game changer.
A Chinese regulator questioned whether its merger with Didi Chuxing needed its blessing.
Ted Strickland and Rob Portman are trading barbs over infrastructure plans.
The rails were too far apart because of deteriorated, wooden rail ties.
U.S airlines spend billions to outsource plane maintenance to Asia, Central America and Mexico.
The company says it has worked to address issues with delays and congestion.
There have been 66 red signal violations on Metro since 2012, with 10 occurring so far this year.
Fatal red-light crashes go up by nearly a third in areas that shut off their cameras.
Less than 1 percent of GSA-leased vehicles have crash-avoidance technology.