Millions Travel For Holiday Despite Surge In Virus Cases
While travel numbers are down compared to last year, millions of people still passed through TSA checkpoints in the days leading up to Thanksgiving.
Concerns over a worsening pandemic are not enough to convince many Americans to stay home this Thanksgiving break.
Though numbers are down compared to last year, millions of people still arrived at TSA checkpoints in the past few days.
AAA expects tens of millions to hit the road to celebrate the holiday. But the auto association also predicts at least a 10 percent decline in Thanksgiving travel.
Public health experts have warned about the risk of large gatherings with people outside your own bubble.
A record of more than 85,000 people are hospitalized with COVID-19. This as more states tighten restrictions to combat the spread of the virus.
FAA calls on airlines to help prevent another travel meltdown
The FAA is changing some practices due to recent runway incursion events, and addressing possible effects of staffing shortages.
New railroad merger could impact rail safety nationwide
The railroad industry as a whole is facing intense scrutiny by the government and the public since the derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
First major US railroad merger in 2 decades will go forward
Canadian Pacific's $31 billion acquisition of Kansas City Southern will create the only railroad linking Canada, Mexico and the U.S.
How are U.S. jobs reports compiled?
The data is based off estimates and not full official counts of the entire labor force, which is now over 160 million strong in the U.S.
How you can clean the air to protect yourself from COVID
People can remove harmful aerosol particles, like the virus that causes COVID, from the air on their own terms.
Lawmakers react after Nashville school shooting
After a shooter killed 6 at a Nashville school, some lawmakers promoted current gun safety legislation, with others urging an assault weapons ban.