Some of the most fantastic military innovations come from places that most people have never heard of.
It seems as though the airline industry is in a perpetual state of crisis.
An ocean away from the United States, travelers flying out of the international airport here on the west coast of Ireland are confronting one of the newest lines of defense in the war on terrorism: the United States border.
San Diego State graduate Kavon Iraniha, 27, spent the past year studying international law in Costa Rica. He was not allowed to board a flight home to San Diego this past Tuesday after being told he was on the U.S. government's "No Fly List."
In clear contradiction of its own policy, the Transportation Security Administration continues to forbid travelers from using cameras at checkpoints. Meanwhile, a U.S. Congresswoman published a scathing report on how the agency responsible for scr
Russian basejumping superstar Valery Rozov has set a new world record by jumping off the top of Shivling, a 21,000-foot tall mountain in the Indian Himalayas, reports The Telegraph.
A passenger plane has crashed into a two-story building in a densely-populated neighborhood of Lagos, Nigeria.
New information gives a clearer picture of what happened 75 years ago to Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan, where they came down and how they likely survived – for a while, at least – as castaways on a remote island.
The amateur rocketeers at Copenhagen Suborbitals are getting closer and closer to orbit, testing a new bi-liquid fuel combination for a hand-built, donation-funded, non-profit rocket.
The CBS 3 I-Team has learned that a Catholic priest who was removed from the ministry over sex abuse allegations now holds a sensitive security post at Philadelphia International Airport.
Synergy, a 40 Mpg personal airplane project, is attracting thousands of dollars in investment on the popular crowd-funding website, Kickstarter. Approximately half-way to its stated target investment goal of $65,000, the project's developer claims th
The Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday moved forward with legislation to increase airline passenger security fees, beating back a GOP attempt to keep them at current levels.
A European envoy held out a possible compromise in a dispute with China over emissions charges on airlines.
The second time’s the charm for SpaceX.
1927: Charles Lindbergh lands at Le Bourget airfield outside of Paris, completing the first nonstop transatlantic flight and becoming an instant international celebrity.
In a deadly flu outbreak, shutting airports should reduce the spread of the disease. But networks scientists have discovered a better approach that's just as effective.
An airline pilot was arrested Friday morning at Buffalo Niagara International Airport after security screeners discovered a loaded revolver in his baggage. Brett Dieter, 52, of Barbersville, Virginia, arrived at the upstate New York airport Friday
The commercial space race is about to begin.
An airline pilot came close to crashing his plane near Denver, Colorado this week after encountering a mysterious object in the sky thought to be an unmanned drone aircraft.
Winning a Nobel Prize might earn you a few perks and even a handshake from a world leader or two, but former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger learned the hard way this week that, no matter who you are, you're never excused from a TSA pat-down.
The year 2245 is just too distant — we should build and commission a real USS Enterprise right now, cracking the champagne across her hull within 20 years, according to an enterprising engineer.
Ah, but there’s a message for us in Di’s prattle: “Consequently the flying public is going to have to tolerate more invasive searches, she said.” More invasive? Really, Di? Just how much more invasive can they be? “‘The American public has not been t
TSA agents at Fort Lauderdale Airport ordered a family to get off a plane they had already boarded, saying that their eighteen-month-old child was on a no fly list as a terror suspect.
JetBlue Airways said "a computer glitch" as the reason behind the removal of an 18-month-old girl from a flight leaving Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday night. The toddler and her parents were asked to get off the plane after they had just boarded the flig
The aerospace company that built the solid rocket boosters for NASA's space shuttle fleet announced plans today (May 9) to develop its own private launch system — a spaceship and rocket — to fly astronauts to and from low-Earth orbit.
Rescuers south of Indonesia’s Jakarta have discovered several bodies at the crash site of a Russian Sukhoi SuperJet-100, which dropped off the radar during a demonstration flight on Wednesday.
Russia’s latest civil airliner carrying 44 passengers has disappeared from the radars during a demonstrative flight in the Indonesian capital.
American officials say they uncovered an al-Qaeda-made bomb that could have successfully passed through TSA’s security checkpoints
Chances of there being a false flag op at the London Olympics now seems certain.
How NASA and aircraft engineers intend to shape the future of air travel