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Delta Pushes Airlines to Create a National 'No Fly' List of Unruly Passengers, After Banning 1,600 People From its Flights
"A list of banned customers doesn't work as well if that customer can fly with another airline," it said.
Amazon's AI-Powered Cameras Punish Its Delivery Drivers When They Look at Side Mirrors or When Other Cars Cut Them Off, Report Says
Amazon said it has seen a reduction in accidents since installing the cameras in more than half of its delivery vehicles.
Pfizer Says its COVID-19 Vaccine is Safe and Likely to Work In Younger Children, and it's Planning to Ask for Permission to Use it In Kids as Young as 5
The pharmaceutical giant plans to soon apply for an expanded OK that includes 5- to 11-year-olds.
United Airlines' CEO Says Only a 'Handful' of Staff Have Resigned Over its Vaccine Mandate
About 90% of United's US employees have shown proof of their vaccination, CEO Scott Kirby said.
NASA Awards SpaceX, Blue Origin, and 3 Other Companies $146 Million In Contracts to Make Moon Lander Designs
Blue Origin and SpaceX were among five companies that won NASA moon-lander contracts on Tuesday.
Video Shows President-Elect Biden Saying 10 Months Ago He Wouldn't Make Vaccines Mandatory
President Joe Biden announced sweeping new vaccine mandates on Thursday.
SpaceX Starlink Customers Who Paid a $100 Deposit 7 Months Ago Are Frustrated at Being Unable to Contact Customer Service to See When Their Kits Will Arrive
Starlink customers have no way of talking to customer service after paying a deposit months ago.
A Record-Breaking 44 Container Ships are Stuck Off the Coast of California
Forty-four container ships are stuck outside California ports, worsening shipping delays and costs.
SpaceX Launched a Rocket Capsule to the International Space Station Carrying Avocados, ants, Shrimp, and a Robotic Arm
The payload, set to arrive Monday, includes food like avocados and ice cream for the astronauts.
These are the US Troops That Lost Their Lives During the Terror Attack in Kabul
Thirteen US service members were killed at the Kabul airport on Thursday in a deadly ISIS-K suicide bombing.
Mark Cuban Slams SEC Chief Gary Gensler for Complex Market Rules - and Tells Him to Engage with Retail Investors
The "Shark Tank" star criticized the regulator for posturing to Wall Street in a Twitter thread.
Jeff Bezos Reportedly Now Owns $119 Million Worth of Real Estate In a Single Building In New York City
Jeff Bezos purchased a new $23 million condo in New York City, according to The New York Post.
Turkeys Could be in Short Supply Over the Holidays as Producers Warn They're Struggling to Keep Up With Demand, a Report Says
Turkeys weighing 16 pounds or less are in short supply for the holiday season, grocery chains say.
The Biggest Reason to Worry About Runaway Inflation Just Evaporated
Used car prices rose just 0.2% in July, a sharp slowdown from the surge seen over the three prior months.
Yelp Now Offers a Feature That Allows Businesses to Specify COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements for Customers and Staff
The safety measure will only apply to businesses in the restaurant, food, and nightlife industries.