Drone policy is likely to take center stage this week in the Senate.
Drone manufacturers are testing their devices for use in emergency response efforts.
Ninety-five percent of the buses inspected had an unacceptable safety problem.
The amendment would ban flying detainees into the United States.
A federal judge said the settlement "shortchanged" drivers.
The amendment would have directed the FAA to create minimum seat size standards.
The Senate voted overwhelmingly in favor of expanding airport security measures.
The bill would require the FAA to develop guidelines and "foster a cybersecurity culture."
Two lawmakers have urged President Obama to recall every vehicle with potentially lethal air bags.
The app randomly chooses whether travelers go left or right in certain PreCheck lanes.
The agreement clears one of the bill's major hurdles to passage.
Senate Dems are pushing the amendments to an FAA bill.
The groups are vowing to take their fight to the House if the Senate approves the deal.
Flake said his vote might have been a "tad impetuous."
The EU is considering revoking visa-free travel for Americans in member nations.
AAA is calling for seat belts after a trio of recent crashes.
Sen. Ed Markey was investigating the digital defenses of the aviation industry.
Cars are already on the roads in Phoenix, according to a Thursday report.
Uber's military program was launched in 2014 with the goal of signing up 50,000 drivers.
There is a “real risk” of a change, according to one report.
The report could set the stage for final regulations on the issue.
The vote comes after senators reached a deal on tax breaks.
Sen. Charles Schumer said lawmakers accidentally left the tax breaks out of a bill last year.
Nicholas Calio is president and chief executive officer of Airlines for America.