Outraged over John Broder’s scathing New York Times review of the Tesla Model S electric car, a group of Model S owners banded together over the weekend to recreate Broder’s ill-fated trip up the I-95 corridor.
A man from Idaho went too far in response to a toddler who was crying on a Delta Airlines flight traveling from Minnesota to Georgia. Joe Rickey Handley slapped and used a racial slur toward a 2-year-old boy aboard Flight 721.
New York Times reporter John Broder responds to Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk’s data dump, refusing to back down and vigorously defending his negative review of the Tesla Model S electric car last week.
Tesla founder Elon Musk and New York Times reporter John Broder are still trading barbs over Broder’s now infamoud test drive of the Tesla Model S, but now CNN is weighing in with their own test drive.
The vacation from hell has apparently gotten even worse. Conditions on the fire-damaged Carnival Triumph cruise ship adrift in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico are "getting worse by the hour."
Airlines are reporting more than 1,400 flight cancellations in anticipation of the major winter storm targeting the Northeast that could bring up to two feet of snow in some regions.
Subway Safety Doors: MTA Cites $1 Billion Price Tag for Subway Platforms Gates; 100 Deaths Likely for 2013
About two months after U.S. Airways issued a merger proposal to AMR Corp., a decision could come in the next two weeks.
A video about two sweater-wearing Shetland ponies has gone viral worldwide.
The CEO of budget flight provider Southwest Airlines hinted that the company might end their long-standing policy of free checked baggage.
Winter swimming is a surprisingly popular pastime. All around the world, adventurous (or crazy?) people strip down to their bathing suits and dive into icy waters.
A day at the beach almost turned into a terrifying nightmare when a shark swam toward children near the shore in Australia. While most people ran for cover, a 62-year-old grandfather heroically wrestled with the shark in the water with his bare hands.
On Thursday evening, an Aerolineas Argentinas Airbus arriving at Miami International Airport clipped and Air France 777-300 that was preparing to leave for Paris. No injuries were reported.
Good news: Next time someone's looking at your naked body at an airport, it'll be of your own free will. Naked x-rays are no longer a required burden of flying the skies. Controversial "nude" x-ray body scanners will be phased out of airports by the summer, the Transportation Security Administration announced Friday.
Two jets collide near the gates at the Miami International Airport Thursday night where no one was injured, according to officials.