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Updated: 9th November 2019 13:15Transportation

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Transportation is the greatest source of greenhouse gases in the United States. Why are all the 2020 candidates so scared to say it?
Rep. Peter DeFazio wants answers about Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao’s possible bias toward Kentucky -- her powerful husband's home state.
The TSA's list of items that are not carry-on approved is very interesting.

"She left this earth driving faster than any other woman in history," her family said after a jet-powered vehicle crashed.
Transgender and gender nonconforming people say they have been pressured to expose their genitals during TSA searches at airports.
The Ural Airlines A321 collided with a flock of birds that got into both of the plane's engines.
As autonomous vehicles enter the uncanny valley, experts are asking whether more cars are what cities really need.
Charles Cook denied accusations that he had harassed and retaliated against a government employee while at the Transportation Security Administration.
A pair of toy gorillas were found attached to a noose in an area for employees.
"It should be okay to boo people at the airport."
The aircraft struck an airplane hangar at a local airport just north of Dallas shortly after taking off Sunday morning.
The cookbook author and TV personality turned her TSA dilemma into a feast of debate.
Prosecutors have named four suspects related to the deadly Malaysian Airlines MH17 crash.
Authorities said there were no survivors after the twin-engine King Air plane crashed Friday night near Dillingham Airfield on Oahu’s North Shore.
Police said a 2016 Dodge 2500 pickup truck collided with several riders on U.S. 2 on Friday evening.
The derailment forced a nearby interstate to shut down as workers scrambled to contain the cargo.
The recall is one of four issued on Wednesday, with the other three accounting for over 150,000 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada.
The Federal Aviation Administration determined that as many as 148 parts could have been manufactured improperly.
The embattled plane maker said Saturday it “made corrections" to the simulator software used to train some Boeing pilots.