Transportation And Shipping

United Airlines' profit doubles despite shutdown, 737 woes

Apr 16, 2019

United Airlines reports that first-quarter profit doubles as it boosted revenue and limited costs other than fuel

UK police arrest more than 100 in climate change protests

Apr 16, 2019

Police say they have arrested more than 100 people after climate change protesters blocked major bridges and intersections in central London, bringing traffic to a standstill

Pro-equality group: Israel questions US activist at airport

Apr 16, 2019

Group says its Jewish American activist extensively interrogated by Israeli airport authorities

India's Jet Airways stock falls on report of temporary close

Apr 16, 2019

Beleaguered Indian airline Jet Airways' stock has fallen sharply after its former chairman reportedly withdrew plans to bid for a controlling stake in the company and news media said its flight operations might be temporarily halted

Czech jailed for rail attacks he blamed on Islamic militants

Apr 16, 2019

An appeals court has upheld a four-year prison term for a Czech national for carrying out two attacks on trains and blaming them on Islamic militants

Mexico human rights commission: 8,800 migrants in south

Apr 16, 2019

Mexico's National Human Rights Commission is calling for protective measures and government action for more than 8,800 migrants moving in various groups through the south of the country

Trump seeks mileage for tax cuts at truck company appearance

Apr 15, 2019

President Donald Trump played up the benefits of his tax cuts on Monday's tax filing day, trying to score political points in a state where he aims to turn a narrow defeat in the 2016 presidential race into a victory in his re-election bid next year

Senators threaten Metro funding over Chinese manufacturer

Apr 15, 2019

Virginia and Maryland senators have proposed legislation basing funding for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority on whether China's state-owned rail car manufacturer creates it new rail cars

India's Jet Airways flying just 7 planes amid investor talks

Apr 15, 2019

India's ailing Jet Airways has drastically cut back its operations amid talks with investors on purchasing a controlling stake in the debt-laden airline

Recovery falters in Indonesian city broken by quake disaster

Apr 15, 2019

Six months after Indonesia's Palu was ripped apart by an earthquake, tsunami and liquefying soil that killed thousands, a second crisis is looming as recovery efforts stumble

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