11/18/13 09:01 AM
Truck drivers are three companies at the Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach walked off the job Monday as part of a 36-hour strike protesting unfair labor practices and wages. Drivers at all three companies alleged harassment, intimidation and other violation of Federal labor laws as the reason...
By Channing Joseph | 11/15/13 09:59 AM
OAKLAND, Calif. — Bay Area Rapid Transit officials are planning a special meeting where officials will discuss a problem that has surfaced with a labor contract that had recently settled a transit dispute.
11/15/13 09:58 AM
A new report casts strong doubt on the effectiveness of one of the government’s main tools for recognizing potential terrorists before they board airplanes: the Transportation Security Administration’s behavior-detection program. Stephen M. Lord, a managing director with the Government...
11/15/13 09:41 AM
(www.chicagotribune.com) The phone lines ring busy, the website isn't much help and nerves are fraying for residents hoping to book appointments to apply for a Temporary Visitor's Driver's License from the Illinois Secretary of State.
By Zack Colman | 11/15/13 06:53 AM
The new generation of plug-in electric vehicles accounts for 200,000 of the 240 million passenger vehicles currently registered in the U.S. Two-thirds of the electric vehicles were sold in 2012 and 2013, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
11/14/13 10:07 AM
Amtrak, the U.S. taxpayer-supported passenger railroad, is losing tens of millions of dollars a year on food and beverage service even after years of cost cutting, its inspector general said.
By Bloomberg News | 11/13/13 05:21 PM
U.S. Transportation Security Administration efforts costing $200 million a year to spot potential terrorists by observing behavior are ineffective and lawmakers should limit funding, the Government Accountability Office said. TSA’s techniques couldn’t be validated in a review of 400...
By Associated Press | 11/13/13 09:30 AM
Scam artists are trying to profit from a new law allowing immigrants living in Illinois who entered the U.S. illegally to apply for a driver's license.
By Editorial Writer | 11/12/13 05:53 PM
Since Michael Huerta became administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration on New Year's Day, the agency has issued new regulations on a wide range of issues, including pilot qualification, occupational safety rules for working in an aircraft and how to integrate “unmanned systems” —...
11/12/13 03:10 PM
The Justice Department says it has reached an agreement to allow American Airlines and US Airways to merge, creating the world's biggest airline. The agreement requires the airlines to scale back the size of the merger at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and in other big cities.
By Byron York | 12/08/13
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