Train problems in the New York area have become a political issue as Christie runs for president.
The service is part of Pope Francis' effort to display more openness in the Catholic church.
Air India is moving flight attendants with above-average body mass indexes to airport terminal jobs.
Trucking groups are pushing Congress to increase an 80,000-pound weight limit.
The high-profile Democrat said the technology would prevent drones from flying near airports.
The move is an attempt to bolster the company's autonomous-vehicle division.
The FCC said Lyft's previous terms of service violated the law.
Key lawmakers insist the later deadline won't sap their urgency.
A security guard reportedly shot the man near a McDonald’s after a domestic incident.
The state is the latest to considering increasing its own tax as federal road funding dries up.
The FAA has signaled it will likely miss a Sept. 30 deadline for authorizing widespread drone use.
Supporters said the measure is a compromise in a bitter fight that has raged for years.
The Pope is scheduled to visit Washington, D.C., New York and Philadelphia.
Current law requires most U.S. trains to be automated by December.
69 groups wrote to Congress asking for long-term highway bill.
All streets within a three-block radius of the Capitol will close.
Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone was injured while subduing a terrorist gunman.
A pair of House panels will review protections for U.S. train passengers.
He insisted his response to the controversy is a positive for him.
The facility was set on fire by a contractor in an apparent suicide attempt.
Acting FRA Administrator Sarah Feinberg is under consideration for the full-time post.
The son of former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is heading to Congress.
Lawmakers on the Senate Commerce Committee helped reach an accord on the contentious issue.
Republicans have targeted the spending as road funding has dried up.