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‘Inside Edition’ confronted suspected subway fare evaders in New York and now people are dragging the video for unnecessarily accosting co...

"Inside Edition" reported that New York lost $215 million in revenue in 2018 because of people who skipped out on paying their subway fares.

A British Airways pilot saved the day after a plane bounced off the runway thanks to strong crosswinds

A recent British Airways flight from Hyderabad, India, to London, UK, appeared to bounce off the runway while landing at Heathrow Airport.

Assigned seats on Southwest? Here’s how a major change would set the company apart from other airlines

Southwest built a legacy on not charging for extras — but one Wall Street analyst has a theory on how those frills could help the airlines' bottom line.
Boeing's Autonomous Passenger Air Vehicle (PAV) prototype is shown during an inaugural test flight, in Manassas, Virginia, U.S., January 22, 2019.

‘Get ready for flying cars,’ says Morgan Stanley’s widely followed auto analyst

Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas wrote in a new note that "electrified, autonomous vertical takeoff and landing vehicles" are gaining traction.
The boa constrictor is among the hundreds of invasive species that could spread to new territories a result of the project.

China’s $1 trillion infrastructure project could encourage the spread of invasive bird and reptile species

China's Belt and Road initiative could accelerate the spread of invasive species.
The LeMoine family.

After 5 years of resisting, I finally bought a minivan — and I can’t believe I lived without it

A minivan seemed to make sense for Mike LeMoine and his family of six when looking for a bigger vehicle, but they first had to overcome a stigma.

The best electric scooters you can buy

Electric scooters are a great mode of transportation. These are the best electric scooters that you can buy.
Air travel can be rough.

11 horrible things passengers have done while flying

First-time flyers, superstitious travelers, and passengers who are simply at their wit's end have caused flight delays, diversions, and cancellations.
Workers prepare orders for customers at the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Tracy, California, November 29, 2015.

Silicon Valley believes driverless trucks and drones will quickly transform how we get things — but truckers and warehouse workers disagree

While Amazon fulfillment centers and other warehouses are full of technology, not all logistics executives and managers are gung-ho about automation.
Madrid is at the forefront of the "car-free" movement.

15 major cities around the world that are starting to ban cars

Cities are joining the car-free movement, which aims to reduce air pollution and improve safety.