The measure would require a thorough security review of the country’s 10 airports.
The system is testing Wi-Fi in stations, but will turn it off after 45 days.
Rice: “Our airports are not fully prepared to respond to active shooter situations."
Last week, commercial air service resumed between the U.S. and Cuba for the first time in 50 years.
The improvement comes despite historically high travel volumes.
Service between New Orleans and Orlando was suspended after Hurricane Katrina.
The speed limit devices could prevent trucks from going faster than 60 miles per hour.
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The FBI seized control of the site and operated it for two weeks.
Uber's planned sale to Didi Chuxing would result in a company valued at $35 billion.
Passports held by sex offenders that don't contain required marks could be confiscated.
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The test flights are a step toward using drones for widespread delivery service.
One proposal would keep the subway closed until noon on Sundays.
Bill sponsors are now in the process of sorting through amendments.
The chance of an accident decreases by 90 percent when taking public transit instead of driving.
Democrats may use the bill to get a broader agreement on other priorities.
The federal gas tax hasn't been raised in 20 years.
There were 20 million fewer rides compared to a year ago.
The average retail price of gasoline was $2.24 per gallon this week, EIA reported.
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The sales decline in August comes after a period of strong growth.
The blast occurred during a routine test on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral.
The announcement coincides with a U.S. flight landing in Cuba for the first time in 50 years.