New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin and Washington, D.C., to name a few, all saw decreases in the number of people taking public transit in 2016.
The policy, which took effect at 3 a.m. ET, applies only to foreign airlines, and officials said it was "necessary to enhance security."
Jeff Jones is among several executives who have left Uber in recent weeks as the company grapples with a number of controversies.
More admissions officers are looking to social media to gain a deeper, positive understanding of college applicants.
Many of the computers used in modern cars are made by different vendors, which makes them easier to hack.
With the South By Southwest festival underway in the city, the new ride-sharing apps are trying to keep up with the surge in demand.
Intel announced this week that it will pay $15 billion for the Israeli tech company Mobileye, which makes software for self-driving cars.
New technologies using ultraviolet light to kill germs are now being used to disinfect hospital rooms and nursing homes.
It has not been a good week for the country's 911 systems. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson hears more about what's been happening.
Since late January, the ride-hailing company has faced a major boycott, lawsuit, the exposure of an alleged secret program used to avoid authorities and several claims of sexual harassment.
The clean-fuel concept has been around for decades, but the market for hydrogen-powered cars is still in its infancy.
It's relatively early for a social media company like this to go public, but some analysts are betting Snap Inc. can deliver.
Here & Now's Eric Westervelt speaks with Jill Schlesinger of CBS News about Buffett's comments on Apple, Donald Trump and the stock market.
Despite low gas prices in the region, officials are hoping the drones could help solve traffic and air quality problems.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Kara Swisher, executive editor of Recode, about the manifesto and her interview with Zuckerberg.
These days advertisers are forever searching for ways to cut through the cacophony and visual clutter to try to sell us something.
If you want to watch a movie on a flight, you may soon have to rely on your own device.
Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti talks with a law professor who specializes in computer crime law and digital evidence investigation.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with CNN's Samuel Burke about some of the security risks that could arise if a president's phone isn't secure.
The company is trying to get into flight booking and itinerary planning, according to Bloomberg.