The Justice Department is looking into the possibility that U.S. airlines have been colluding to limit their own growth in order to keep profit margins high.
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More than 5,000 people were evacuated Thursday morning after a CSX train carrying a highly flammable and toxic gas derailed and caught fire near Knoxville, Tenn.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's efforts to secure public financing for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena hit a setback Tuesday when lawmakers bounced the issue from a pending budget bill.
Jury duty has become slightly less onerous for residents of Detroit's northern suburbs, who now receive free Uber rides to and from the courthouse.
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) announced Monday that Google has agreed to add a function to its GPS application warning drivers of upcoming railroad crossings.
North Carolina lawmakers are getting an earful from citizens opposed to new, optional toll lanes on a section of Interstate highway, but transportation advocates widely support the plan.
Puerto Rico is "face to face with a harsh reality," Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla said Monday in a speech proposing major pro-growth economic reforms to revive the island's ailing economy.
French police arrested Uber France CEO Thibaud Simphal and Uber Europe GM Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty Monday, charging them with "operating an illegal taxi service."
With Congress in recess until July 7, the Export-Import Bank will certainly lose its authority to extend new financing Wednesday, but the battle over the bank is far from finished.
Puerto Rico Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla says the territory is unable to pay off its $72 billion debt, and will deliver a speech Monday night outlining possible solutions.
The Federal Communications Commission is considering new rules for wireless spectrum auctions intended to help small carriers compete and prevent abuses by large ones.
Two self-driving cars narrowly avoided colliding with each other in California Tuesday, the first time such vehicles have been involved in an incident that did not involve a human driver.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday he would approve a scaled-down light-rail line in the D.C. suburbs, but nixed a similar project in Baltimore.
The anti-Uber protests by taxi drivers in France have turned ugly, even by French standards, as evidenced by a cell phone video showing cabbies dropping a boulder on an Uber car.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is being accused of mismanagement and corruption related to an economic development agency he helped create, but defenders say the charges are bogus.
At least one French official is prepared to surrender to taxi drivers after they shut down roads in Paris and other major cities while protesting against ridesharing service Uber.
A watchdog group is suing the federal government, claiming a top Export-Import Bank official deleted text messages that were subject to a Freedom of Information Act request.
Although there is little chance of comprehensive tax reform any time soon, some believe Congress could take smaller steps, such as preventing new Internet taxes.
The United States Postal Service plans to expand market tests of a grocery delivery service, but critics say the venture is just a diversion from the agency's financial and operational woes.