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NuTonomy launches the world’s first public trial of self-driving taxis.
Most of the systems have since started running again, FAA spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said in a statement.
Meteorologists are watching a tropical system that could affect the Southeastern U.S. Time to cancel your trip?
President and COO of Velodyne Mike Jellen weighs in on the future of self-driving cars.
Uber lost more than $1.2 billion the first half of 2016, CNBC's Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discuss.
Flight Centre CEO Graham Turner says the business was affected by the hammering of the pound and softness in the business travel segment.
The world's largest aircraft, the Airlander 10 airship, has crashed and suffered damage on its second test flight on Wednesday.
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake rocks central Italy. NBC's Lucy Kafanov reports from Amatrice, Italy to show us its aftermath.
NBC's Lucy Kafanov reports a major 6.2-magnitude earthquake killed dozens of people in central Italy
Jay Solomon, Wall Street Journal correspondent and author of "The Iran Wars," discusses the rocky relationship between Iran and the United States following a travel warning from the State Department.
This flying car will soon be reality as its first customers will receive one in 2018.
You may not be interested the food-made-of-bugs industry, but the food-made-of-bugs industry is interested in you. Buzzfeed reports.
Insurance premiums on terrorism-coverage are unlikely to rise in the near-term due to regulations in the U.S., says QuoteWright's John Cook.
Tujia CEO Justin Luo tells CNBC why his company is different from Airbnb and Homeaway.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director, discusses how the flooding in Louisiana could raise the likelihood of Zika spreading across the southern United States.
Having treated over a dozen cases already, Dr. Christine Curry, University of Miami, describes what it is like to treat pregnant women with Zika.
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As the U.S. draws closer to Cuba, here's what American travelers can expect to see in colorful Havana.
New suitcases and travel gear comes with options such as built-in feet massagers, bulletproof fabric and bedbug zappers.
There are new inventions out there to solve some of the oldest problems for business travelers.