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If you could help change the HOS provisions in the new Fair Labor Standards Act by signing a petition, would you do it?
House of Cards, the new original series from Netflix, accurately imitates Washington by promising a lot and delivering only some.
A Wisconsin Republican is now a key player in the 2013 Surface Transportation Bill.
House lawmakers pass nearly-unanimous spending bill for storm relief. It goes to the Senate next week for final approval.
Citing a 12 year old study, the Fed says trucks pay less in taxes than the cost of the damage they inflict. Read what else is in store.
Studies are finding that digital billboards are doing their jobs a little too well, and that has some industry leaders worried about their drivers.
The FMCSA wants to know what truck drivers and carriers think about EOBRs and if they feel harassed or exposed while using them.
The State Capitol received an important load yesterday from one of America’s trucking favorites.
Someone familiar to truck drivers will be given an honorable duty in Washington D.C. this week.
While Ben Nighthorse Campbell continued his drive to Washington D.C. hauling the Presidential Tree, he helped some community college students experience trucking.
Ever wonder just how much money goes through Washington during elections? Would you like to see who moves it?
A trucking industry commentator fires off some choice words about the pitfalls of over-regulation.
One of the nation’s largest carriers was nominated for a distinctive honor this week from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Truck driver advocacy group Public Citizen experienced a legal setback this week in their case against the ATA and the FMCSA.
The Bulldog barks some holiday cheer into the fall air. See the truck inside.
Legislation could soon ease the process for former military troops to obtain their commercial driver’s licenses when they leave the service and are back home.
The Department of Homeland Security is renewing efforts to build cross-border business with Canada. Should trucking companies be happy about the proposal?
Jabin Bogan, 27, of Dallas, is confined to the Villa Aldama federal prison in the state of Veracruz and could face up to 35 years in prison, and it may all be due to a simple mistake.
Hero positions himself between two vicious dogs and the children the dogs were trying to attack. Warning: this video contains graphic images.
Mexican authorities say a cross-border trucker has been detained on charges of transporting unauthorized ammunition. His carrier company and officials at the ATF claim it’s a mistake and he should be released immediately.
The closing date to submit a proposal is coming soon. The EPA is committed to updating emissions standards for all diesel engines.
Roadcheck 2012 is quickly approaching. Is your truck ready? Are you ready? Find out the specifics on what inspectors are looking for here.
A former Transportation Security Administration officer was indicted this week in a painkiller trafficking ring. And he’s not the first to get caught, either…
The controversial Mexican Pilot Program from a NAFTA mandate began transporting goods into America on March 30th.
The Obama administration is loosening Ethanol standards in order to get the “renewable” fuel more readily-accepted by station owners and commuters.