Lawyer Suing Over 737 MAX Crash: Never Seen Anything 'Quite Like This'
Brian Kabateck represents 12 Indonesian families suing Boeing over the Lion Air flight 610 crash. He says the FAA needs a check of its own.
Federal grants given to 17 states to help keep wildlife off roads
It’s estimated there are between one and two million collisions with wildfires across the U.S. every year.
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.
FDA approves first gene therapies to treat sickle cell disease
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 100,000 Americans are living with sickle cell disease.
US considers program to hunt owls to protect other owls
U.S. officials are considering issuing hunting permits to help limit the West Coast population of invasive barred owls.
Woman arrested after pouring gas onto childhood home of MLK Jr.
Good Samaritans caught the woman allegedly pouring gasoline onto the home and attempting to ignite it with a lighter.