Northeast Ices Over With Freezing Rain
February 02 2015 6:08 PM EST
The second winter storm of 2015 has brought freezing rain and dangerous conditions to the Northeast.
GM Receives 445 Ignition Switch Death Claims
February 02 2015 10:51 AM EST
General Motors compensation chief Kenneth Feinberg says processing claims for death and injury will take months.
Washington State Considers Rules On Services Like Uber, Lyft
February 02 2015 3:34 AM EST
The proposal follows similar attempts in Colorado and California, where regulations were passed to regulate app-based ridesharing services.
Flight 8501 Captain Was Not In Seat When Jet Went Out Of Control
January 31 2015 5:52 AM EST
Authorities are investigating whether factors such as maintenance, procedures and training may have contributed to the crash.
Qatar Airways Takes $1.7B Stake In British Airways-Owner IAG
January 30 2015 5:15 AM EST
The Gulf airline said it would look to strengthen commercial ties with the European carrier and may consider increasing its stake over time.
Flight 8501 Pilots Cut Power To Critical Computers Before Crash
January 29 2015 10:09 PM EST
Safety experts say the plane's manufacturer discourages pilots from cutting systems power, as it can have a knock-on effect.
New Air Force One Contract Won’t Save Boeing 747
January 29 2015 2:14 PM EST
The jumbo jets that will fly the U.S. president beginning in 2023 are most likely the last of their iconic breed.
MH370 Disappearance Declared 'An Accident'
January 29 2015 6:09 AM EST
Authorities concluded Flight MH370 crashed in the southern Indian Ocean, and declared the search for the plane "remains a priority."
New Air Force One Plane To Be A Boeing 747-8
January 29 2015 2:48 AM EST
The new model will replace two aging planes that are due to reach the end of their service life in 2017.
Did Pilot Inexperience Cause Crash?
January 29 2015 1:34 AM EST
An NTSC investigator said Thursday that the flight data recorders provided a "pretty clear picture" of the last moments of Flight 8501.
US Flights Resume Normal Schedules Wednesday
January 28 2015 10:35 AM EST
After two days of thousands of cancellations, flights in the Northeast began resuming normal operations Wednesday.
Alleged Delhi Rape Victim Seeks Up To $16M In Damages From Uber: Report
January 28 2015 6:37 AM EST
Uber's passengers are looking to make the rideshare startup pay for lax safety measures as technology outpaces regulation.
Search For Flight 8501 Victims To Continue
January 28 2015 2:37 AM EST
A senior official said Wednesday that the search for victims of Flight 8501 may end in a week if no more bodies are found in the Java Sea.
Interim Report On MH370 Probe To Be Released In March
January 28 2015 1:12 AM EST
Malaysia's Department of Civil Aviation will release an interim report of a year-long investigation into the missing MH370 flight on March 7.
Blizzard Of 2015 Could Be Biggest For Boston
January 27 2015 5:17 PM EST
The blizzard, nicknamed "Juno," has already cracked the top eight snowfall totals for Boston recorded since 1935.
Public Transit Still Delayed By Winter Storm
January 27 2015 4:58 PM EST
Blizzard warnings were still in effect for parts of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Uber Misleads Riders On Safety, Rider's Lawsuit Claims
January 27 2015 10:06 AM EST
A federal lawsuit filed Monday accuses the ride-sharing firm of using false claims to promote safety and security.
Storm Results In Nearly 8,000 Canceled Flights
January 27 2015 9:52 AM EST
While winter storm Juno wasn't as severe as expected, flights at many East Coast airports remained grounded Tuesday.
Deadly Snow Tube Accident In New York Is Storm’s First Reported Death
January 27 2015 9:29 AM EST
New York state officials warned residents of the dangers of a snowstorm that many said could be one of the worst on record.
When Will Subway Service Resume?
January 27 2015 8:20 AM EST
A travel ban for New York was lifted for city roads, but public transportation around the Northeast remained mostly suspended.