"Leave your drone at home," the FAA says in a new video.
Republicans unveiled a plan to separate the nation's air traffic control system from the FAA.
The measure is expected to separate air traffic control from the FAA.
Supporters of the plan strongly deny that it amounts to privatization.
Advocates complained transgender pilots were being discriminated against in medical exams.
“I don’t believe Washington should be picking winners and losers,” Cruz said.
Airlines have accused Persian Gulf carriers of receiving billions of dollars in subsidies.
GOP leaders in the House want to remove the FAA from air traffic control.
Critics have accused the Obama administration of conducting lax oversight of the auto industry.
DOT officials want to ditch a safety rating system that has been in place since 1982.
The NTSB included the technology in its 2016 "Most Wanted" list.
The recommendations are included on the agency's 2016 "Most Wanted" list.
Pilots wanted a ban on air shipments of lithium batteries that have been found to catch fire.
Lawmakers are facing a March 31 deadline for renewing the agency's funding.
Critics say the proposal would amount to a privatization of air traffic control.
Critics have said the proposal would amount to a privatization of the system.
Bipartisan senators are questioning the House's privatization plan.
The state's House passed a bill to prevent cities from banning popular services like Uber.
Joe Manchin says the proposal would be a "Wall Street takeover" of Norfolk Southern.
The FAA has set a Feb. 19 deadline for drone registrations.
Critics said the collection rate should be higher.
Automakers and regulators have been under fire for a series of recalls.
The American Beverage Institute said the proposed lower alcohol limit is "ridiculous."
The Federal Transit Agency took over Metro safety oversight in October.