A United Airlines flight with more than 200 people on board was able to safely return to Denver's airport Saturday after one of its engines blew apart. But the serious threat to people on the ground below has regulators worried it could happen again, and demanding swift inspections.
Regulators Ban Planes After Jet Engine Rains Debris Over Denver
After a United Airlines jet rained engine debris over a Denver suburb, some regulators are banning planes with the engine from their airspace.
California passes 1st-in-nation emission rules for trains
The rule will ban the use of locomotive engines more than 23 years old by 2030 and increase zero-emissions technology to transport goods.
White House announces nearly $300M to update and replace aging bridges
Bridges are the latest recipient of improvement funds under the Biden administration's nationwide infrastructure plan.
Study finds urban water issues caused by excesses of the wealthy
A study is pointing to the excesses of the rich as a major contributor to water crisis problems in urban areas.
Tennessee federal judge rules 'drag ban' is unconstitutional
The ruling was determined based on the First Amendment and freedom of speech.
Kroger paid employee bonuses in March, asked for money back in April
"It feels like a slap in the face," said a Kroger employee.
Chemical in common sweetener found to possibly damage DNA
Researchers say they found that the widely used sweeteners containing sucralose are 'genotoxic' and could break up a person's DNA.