Memorial Day Kicks Off Summer Travel Surge
According to AAA, 34 million Americans are planning Memorial Day road trips and 2.5 million expect to travel by air.
President Biden touts $3B high-speed rail investment in Las Vegas
The president promoted $8.2 billion in funding for 10 passenger rail projects in the U.S., including one linking Las Vegas to Los Angeles.
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.
Robots help provide companionship, health benefits to aging Americans
As aging brings more health challenges and the need for assistance, new robots are stepping in to provide companionship and support.
Trump says he won't testify again at his New York fraud trial
Trump was anticipated to testify on Monday as the final key defense witness in the case that jeopardizes his real estate empire.
Jury selection to begin in the defamation case against Rudy Giuliani
A federal judge found the former New York City mayor liable for defaming two Georgia election workers in the first phase of this case.