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Terrifying passenger video captures severe turbulence that threw a flight attendant into the ceiling
A passenger caught on video severe turbulence that left 10 injured and threw a flight attendant and her drink cart into the ceiling.
Fellow passengers can be the worst part of flying when their behavior results in flight delays or emergency landings.
Lyft jumped Tuesday after a Susquehanna analyst upgraded the stock to "positive" and admitted he may have misinterpreted its insurance costs.
Tourists who watched a helicopter crash on to the roof of a Manhattan building said ‘it takes you back a little bit’ to 9/11
Scott and Chellie Morrison, and their son, Colin, were in Midtown on Monday when a helicopter crash landed on the roof of the 750-foot building.
Tesla’s monster rally rages on as analysts make an about-face ahead of the carmaker’s annual meeting
A Tesla analyst upgraded the stock Monday after he came away from meetings with large electric vehicle producers in China more positive about demand.
NYPD officials called the collision a "helicopter hard landing," which happened on the roof of 787 Seventh Ave. The pilot died in the crash.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao reportedly steered $78 million in federal grants to Kentucky, her husband Sen. Mitch McConnell’s home state...
Politico reported that Chao's aide Todd Inman played a critical role in getting an $11.5 million grant and a $67 million grant in Kentucky approved.
Fiat Chrysler pulled its offer after Renault's board postponed making a decision for a second time.
‘Aladdin’ star says a defect in his Tesla Model 3 led to his car wreck, and it comes from a problem area the company has known about for y...
Those who follow Tesla closely have come to refer to the company's problems with suspension as "whompy wheels."
Boeing left engineers, pilots, and regulators in the dark about a late-stage overhaul to 737 Max software responsible for two fatal crashes, says repo...
Boeing made changes to the automated software without alerting engineers, pilots, and regulators, according to a New York Times report.