The National Transportation Safety Board is revealing new details about what could have caused an engine to explode on a Southwest flight on Tuesday. Metal fatigue may have caused an engine fan blade to break in flight, ripping through the engine. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave has the latest.
A Mexican getaway for hundreds of passengers has turned into a travel nightmare. A snowstorm forced Sun Country Airlines to cancel flights from Mexico to Minneapolis. Then the carrier ended its seasonal service south of the border, leaving those travelers stranded. Reg Chapman of CBS station WCCO-TV reports.
First on "CBS This Morning," we take a look at the 2019 Chevy Camaro before its public debut. The automaker spent years designing and testing the famous muscle car, and it's taken extraordinary measures to keep the reboot of the classic name a secret. General Motors gave Kris Van Cleave special access to see how it hides vehicles in plain sight.
A Texas district attorney is investigating the death of a puppy on a United flight as a possible criminal offense. Kokito, a French bulldog, died after his owner says a United flight attendant forced her to put him in the overhead bin. United is also apologizing for mistakenly flying a German shepherd to Japan. The dog was supposed to land in Kansas City with its owners. Kris Van Cleave reports.
For years, Arlington, Texas, was the largest city in the country with no mass transit system. Commuter buses didn't catch on in 2013, but now, they're trying "microtransit" -- on-demand, privately-run public transportation. Vans pick up passengers for a $3 ride. CBS News’ transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports.
Starting Monday, all cargo loaded onto flights from five mostly Muslim countries will be subject to new screening procedures. The decision comes amid growing concern that terrorists could get a bomb onto a plane headed for the United States. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports.
The TSA is taking emergency action on air cargo from five predominantly Muslim countries as part of an effort to stay ahead of potential terror plots targeting aircraft. The new order covers all U.S.-bound commercial and cargo flights from seven airports in Egypt, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and six airlines are affected. Kris Van Cleave reports.