Spirit Airlines Continues Pursuit Of The Perfect Plane SeatU.S. airlines are expected to fly 47.5 million people over Christmas and New Year’s. One estimate says up to three million flyers a day will cram into airline seats.
AAA: Automatic Braking Systems Meant To Save Pedestrians Fail In Nearly Every TestEvery time a car turned a corner it hit the pedestrian and when a sedan going 20 miles per hour encountered two adults it hit them 80 percent of the time.
NYPD To Start Using Hybrid SUVs In Fall, Hopes To Have All 10,000 Of Its Vehicles Go Green Within 5 YearsNew York City's finest will soon be saving gas while chasing bad guys.
'They're The Most Modern Trains In The World': Amtrak To Launch New Line Of Acela Trains In 2021America is behind Europe and Asia when it comes to passenger trains. Amtrak is hoping to shorten that gap with a new line of Acela trains in 2021.
Takeoff Aborted At JFK After Another Plane Almost Lands On Wrong RunwayA takeoff was aborted at John F. Kennedy International Airport Tuesday afternoon after a plane nearly landed on the wrong runway.
NYPD Escorts World Leaders For General Assembly In ‘Super Bowl’ Of MotorcadesNew Yorkers know the drill, when the U.N. General Assembly meets, traffic in the city grinds to a halt.
NTSB Calls For Expanded Use Of Speed CamerasNew research shows speeding is nearly as dangerous as driving drunk.
United Airlines Faces Social Media Backlash After Teens Wearing Leggings Barred From FlightUnited spokesman Jonathan Guerin said the girls were not allowed onto the Sunday morning flight because they were traveling under an employee travel pass that includes a dress code.
'Basic Economy' Fares To Take Flight This Month On American AirlinesAmerican Airlines will start offering a basic economy ticket this month following a similar announcement by United Airlines.
Counterfeiters Cash In On Unsuspecting Shoppers Looking For Holiday DealsIt's the front line in the battle against counterfeit goods that customs officers are seizing. One shipping container from China was loaded with thousands of pairs of what look like designer Ugg boots.
‘One Size Fits All’ Seat Belts Pose Injury Risk To Some Body Types, Researchers SaySeat belts often save lives, but in some cases they can also do harm. Part of the problem is that they're made as if one size fits all.
Airlines Announce Lower Fares, New FeaturesUnited unveiled a new "basic economy fare" that will be available early next year, and Delta announced a new baggage tracking system.
Deadly Car Crashes Involving Teen Drivers On RiseExperts blame the spike on factors like speeding, distracted driving, lack of attention and lack of experience.
Waze Navigation App Considers Controversial New Feature After Brazil MurderWaze, the smartphone navigation app used by more than 50 million drivers, is considering some controversial new features in the name of safety.
Researchers Develop New Device To Detect Homemade ExplosiveAmerican researchers have developed a new device to detect a powerful homemade explosive.