truckers

Politics
The industry has given lawmakers language that will set 73-hour maximum work weeks for drivers.
HuffPost Live
Siphiwe Baleka found his calling in "Fitness Trucking," and is devoted to teaching long haul truckers how to lead healthy
Business
We all know that while negative change can happen quickly, positive change very often takes much longer. It could take years before newer safety regulations and technologies become incorporated into the trucking industry.
Business
Truck drivers carry precious cargo every day. So precious, in fact, that sometimes they take that cargo into their own hands
Impact
"Trucker TV" could reach thousands of long-haul truck drivers, the very folks who travel the same roads and stop at the same rest areas where missing and exploited children often happen to be.
Entertainment
For Generation iPod-ers, who might think "8-track" refers to a railroad complex, Burnett's ventures can supply an essential
Culture & Arts
In summer 2008, at the height of the U.S. financial crisis, husband-and-wife photographers James Tribble and Tracey Mancenido
Business
DOD's reliance on contractors to support its operations in Afghanistan creates additional challenges with regard to the distribution
Chicago
Two truckers argued about tailgating over their CB radios before they pulled over on the Edens Expressway last week and one
Chicago
The northbound Edens Expressway was shut down at Tower Road near Northbrook on Friday as state police responded to a trucker
Business
Dec. 17 (Bloomberg) -- International Brotherhood of Teamsters President James Hoffa said Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is creating
Media
Money is being spent on these evidently endless studies--perhaps lots and lots and lots of money. For what? For news as old as recorded time and maybe older.
Politics
Truckers live in an alternative dimension, at least so I conclude when trying to figure out how to meet up with the convoy of trucks coming into to DC to protest high diesel fuel prices on Monday.
Politics
On April 1, in a wave of defiance, truck drivers began taking the strongest form of action they can take -- inaction. Faced with $4/gallon diesel fuel, they slowed down, shut down and started honking.