Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says that Toyota's troubles may be 'the most serious safety issue that we have faced' at his department. We find out more from Paul Eisenstein, publisher of TheDetroitBureau.com.
Yesterday Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood said that the public has a right to know about bird strikes. Bruce Holmes worked on air transportation systems at NASA Langley Research Center. He joins us now.
President-elect Barack Obama will announce his selection of Republican Illinois Congressman Ray LaHood as his transportation secretary today. Tanya Koonce, News Director of WCBU in Peoria, gives The Takeaway a briefing on her hometown congressman.
Despite explicit warnings from top U.S. officials, Egypt will go ahead with trials of some 45 people accused of working for or running foreign-funded NGOs in the country, under a rule first imposed by deposed President Hosni Mubarak.
As Congress struggles to come up with a transportation plan, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says it's imperative that America find the funds for its transportation priorities. We can't turn our backs on rail and transit and only fund roads and bridges, he said.
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