When the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged the U.S. airline industry, the biggest operators furloughed employees in an effort to stop financial bleeding. But now that passengers are flying again, the airlines are struggling to get crew members re-trained in time to keep up.
If There's So Much Demand To Fly, Why Is American Canceling Flights?
American Airlines canceled hundreds of flights as it struggles to operate flights with limited crew. But demand is nearing pre-pandemic levels.
Right turn on red? With pedestrian deaths rising, cities consider bans
Moves to ban right turns on red have drawn some of the most intense sentiments on pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
Biden administration investing $3.5B to strengthen US electric grid
The Department of Energy said the new initiative marks the largest-ever investment in grid infrastructure.
Parts of I-25 remain closed for train derailment investigation
Several miles of interstate remain closed while workers clean up debris and authorities determine whether the road was damaged in the incident.
Taylor Swift named Time's Person of the Year
For the first time, Time magazine chose someone who is primarily known as an entertainer for its Person of the Year.
CVS prescription pricing change doesn't necessarily mean lower costs
CVS Pharmacy is revamping the way it reimburses its pharmacies for prescription medications. The company says it'll launch CVS CostVantage next year.
Trump declines to rule out abusing power for retribution if reelected
The GOP presidential front-runner has talked about targeting his rivals and vowed to seek retribution if he wins a second term.