“People are missing weddings, funerals, family reunions, and other precious moments because airlines are failing consumers," Pennsylvania Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman said.
Mineta, formerly the mayor of San Jose, served as the nation's transportation secretary during the 9/11 terror attacks.
E-bikes, and the large population of delivery cyclists who ride them, are the key to New York City’s booming takeout industry. So why does the city confiscate and ticket them at an alarming rate? Cycling advocates say it’s part of an outdated law that affects populations of immigrants working long hours, often serving as contractors who lack health insurance and the ability to sue their employers or push back on tech industry behemoths. Mayor Bill de Blasio says the crackdown is a response to safety concerns and community complaints, and regulation is aimed at businesses that break the law. HuffPost took to the streets on two wheels to examine how the system is failing immigrants and what can be done to fix it.
The Department of Justice is appealing a ruling overturning the mask mandate on public transportation.
The mask requirement "remains necessary for the public health," the CDC told the Justice Department.
The appeal of the federal judge's decision will only happen if the CDC says the mask order is needed beyond May 3, when the mandate was expected to expire.
One must be 14 in Texas to start taking courses for a learner’s license and 15 to receive that provisional license to drive with an instructor or licensed adult in the vehicle.
The first U.S. case of the omicron variant has been confirmed in California.
The Transportation Security Administration says the extension is necessary to "minimize the spread of COVID-19 on public transportation."
The transportation secretary, who had previously spoken about his desire to become a father, said he was "overjoyed" by the news.