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Tagged With Transportation

The 2018 Ford Mustang GT is a powerful, high-tech, muscle car that's a blast to drive

We drove a $314,000 Lamborghini Huracan Spyder -- here's what impressed us most about the supercar

Uber's $100,000 cyberattack cover-up is just the latest in a long list of scandals

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How Uber reportedly tried to keep the lid on the data breach that affected 57 million people

A pair of Boeing 747 jumbo jets just sold on a Chinese website for $48 million

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The TSA is testing out new scanners that could make airport security lines much faster

This image of gridlock traffic in LA makes Uber's plans for flying cars seem like a great idea

Why speedometers go to 140 or 160 mph, even if cars can't drive that fast

The 2018 Nissan 370Z Nismo Tech is the definition of excellence in a sports car

Here are some of the weirdest things flight attendants have seen in their line of duty

The Ford GT is a spectacular supercar that left us wanting more

Elon Musk hints that a Roadster rocket upgrade could make it able to 'fly short hops'

Uber reportedly paid hackers $100,000 to cover up a cyberattack that exposed the personal data of 57 million people

Flight attendants share 25 things they wish passengers would stop doing -- and one you can probably get away with

Aston Martin just replaced the most successful model in company history with a car straight out of a Bond movie

New York City's subway is falling apart -- here's how it compares to other cities around the world

The failing NYC subway spends its money on opulent station makeovers, ski resorts, and $300,000 salaries for some employees

A 20-foot-long sinkhole ripped open a busy Manhattan street