A lawsuit filed by the family of Robert Champion, the Florida A&M University band member allegedly beaten to death in a hazing ritual, accuses the bus company involved in the deadly assault and the bus driver of negligence, their attorney said Monday.
A federal judge has ordered a Pennsylvania-based bus company to stop operations after an Albany, New York, TV station reported that the bus line had continued service in violation of a U.S. Department of Transportation order.
The American Bus Association is asking that Priceline pull an ad that shows its longtime spokesman William Shatner dying in a fiery bus explosion, saying that it believes the ad is in bad taste.
The family of Robert Champion, who died in November after he was beaten on a bus, allegedly as part of a Florida A&M University band hazing ritual, will sue the bus company, their attorney said Tuesday.
Two people were killed and more than 30 others injured early Sunday when a charter bus crashed in icy conditions near Clinton, Montana, officials said.
Multiple injuries were reported Wednesday after a bus and tractor-trailer collided on the New Jersey Turnpike, state police said.
You may have heard of, or fallen victim to, the old "catch my baby while we pick your pockets" scheme. The new class of tourist rip-off makes that look like chump change.
After a couple of hours standing in the stairwell of a bus, staring out a foggy window at the blue predawn Pampas streaming by, I start to compile the lessons I've learned about long-haul bus travel.
A Texas charter bus traveling near San Marcos overturns, injuring all the passengers inside.
A Texas charter bus traveling near San Marcos, Texas, overturned around 4 a.m. Friday, sending all 21 passengers to local hospitals for various injuries, the severest one belonging to a 4-year-old.
Nearly 5,000 commuters in the San Francisco Bay area are urged to find alternate forms of transportation Friday as Golden Gate Ferry ticket agents go on strike.
The company that operated a commercial tour bus involved in a deadly crash this week has been issued a cease-and-desist order after the U.S. Department of Transportation said it tried to resume operations under a different name.
Several fatalities and numerous injuries were reported after a bus crashed on I-95 in Caroline County, Virginia. (no audio)
Bobby Bradley, a 70-year-old retired bus driver, was duped out of $215,000 -- his entire life savings.
At least 13 people were killed Saturday when a tour bus overturned in the Bronx, New York.
The National Transportation Safety Board will probe part of the country's tour bus industry in the wake of a deadly crash in New York last month, two lawmakers announced Sunday.
Storms cause a gas station canopy to collapse in St. Petersburg, Florida, trapping a woman in her car.
In a clinic in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Dr. Robert Marenga employs an unusual but invaluable tool in his bid to treat patients: his mobile phone.
CNN Marketplace Africa takes a look at the many ways mobile banking is changing business and saving lives in Tanzania.
More than 60 union workers for the company that provides bus service in Phoenix were locked out of their jobs Monday as contract negotiations failed to reach an agreement.
CNN's Brian Byrnes reports on one architect's groundbreaking ideas in urban planning.
I had been standing on the street with Jaime Lerner for less than one minute when a stranger stopped to greet him.
Sunday Kirunda paid $1,250 for a bus travel package to South Africa, but the 41-year-old Ugandan just can't seem to get out of his own country.
Lois Shestack is having trouble redeeming her Greyhound Road Rewards points. The bus company says there's a "lack of knowledge" about the loyalty program at its terminals. But Shestack's points are about to expire, and there's still no ticket. What now?
A federal court ordered Tierra Santa Inc., the bus company involved in a wreck that killed six passengers last week, to cease interstate and international operations, the U.S. Department of Transportation said Sunday.
For almost a century, the old dog has traversed landscapes across the United States, with weary, budget-conscious travelers peeking out of its windows.
In the late 1960s Bob Dylan sang about "cruisin'down the highway in a Greyhound bus."
For Stuart and Dianne Falk, it is a two-bus, 45-minute trip into downtown St. Louis to head to the gym and to volunteer at a theater group.
Many St. Louis residents can't get by without public transport, but it's going away in a few days.
Hundreds of thousands of bus and truck drivers are threatening to go on a prolonged strike if the federal government does not do something about rising motor fuel costs.
CNN's Errol Barnett shows us what iReporters living in London are faced with during the largest snowstorm in decades.
The worst snowstorm to hit Britain in 18 years forced the cancellation of more than 650 flights at London's Heathrow airport Monday and shut down the city's bus network, partially paralyzing the British capital.
Britain experienced its heaviest snowfall in 18 years Monday, as adverse weather brought disruption to the transport network.
Based on their latest estimates, congressional officials organizing next week's presidential inaugural expect 2 million people to brave extra-long security lines in the bitter cold to witness Barack Obama being sworn in as the first African-American U.S. president.
Arizona residents brought out their skis and shovels for snow that continues to get deeper by the day.
The Northwest braced for blizzards Friday night while cities from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Boston, Massachusetts, were cleaning up after a major storm delayed air travel and created havoc on the ground.
Federal authorities have ordered a company tied to a Texas bus crash on Friday that killed 17 people to cease operation, saying it poses an "imminent hazard."
For the first time since Hurricane Katrina, the 1920s-era St. Charles Avenue streetcar will clack along its entire 13-mile route Sunday
For many people in Oklahoma, life is built around the car.
New companies are jumping into the intercity bus business, luring customers with cheaper prices and more amenities
A charter bus overturns Saturday on a Mojave Desert freeway, killing a woman and injuring 21 other people.
A cousin of suspected killer Marine Cpl. Cesar Laurean told CNN Tuesday that he saw the wanted man near Guadalajara a week ago.
A cousin of murder suspect Cesar Laurean says he recently saw him in Mexico. CNN's Harris Whitbeck reports.
A bus hopped a highway median and crashed into a pickup truck before being broadsided by an 18-wheeler, Arkansas police said, killing the pickup driver and two bus riders.
A bus taking a group of friends to Florida for a holiday cruise ran off the interstate and into trees early Monday, killing the driver and injuring 30 passengers, South Carolina police and a bus company employee said.
A tour bus ran off a South Carolina interstate, killing the driver and injuring 30 others. Affiliate WCBD reports.
Trading at the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market began as scheduled Wednesday in spite of violent thunderstorms and flash floods that crippled New York City's transportation system in the early morning.
Greyhound Bus Lines said Monday that one of its major unions had voted down a proposed labor contract, setting the stage for disruption at the nation's largest bus operator.
Like most members of his college baseball team, A.J. Ramthun was sleeping when something jolted him awake -- the team's charter bus striking a wall on the side of an overpass.
Stocks tumbled Friday amid a steep selloff in the influential chip sector and a rash of hawkish comments from Federal Reserve officials.
Stocks finished lower Friday amid a steep selloff in the influential chip sector and a rash of hawkish comments from Federal Reserve officials.
New York City was poised to be hit by a transit strike as the union representing bus and subway workers announced early Friday they had not been able to reach agreement with management after all-night talks.
India and Pakistan next week plan to open crossing points along the Line of Control that divides the disputed territory of Kashmir as a "humanitarian measure" to foster earthquake relief efforts.
Rosa Parks was remembered Tuesday as the mother of the civil rights movement, a powerful but quiet voice for equality and as a humble woman who did not seek the limelight.
A Wisconsin high school band director, his wife and his granddaughter were among the five people killed when a charter bus carrying students returning from a state marching band competition crashed into an overturned semi-truck early Sunday, police said.
Today a bus carrying as many as 45 elderly evacuees from Houston exploded in flames. As many as 20 may have died.
A lawsuit has been filed against Eminem, his bus driver and tour bus company seeking unspecified damages for a July accident involving seven vehicles in western Missouri.
The driver of the London double-decker bus that was turned into a mangled mass of metal in Thursday's bombings recalled "a bang, then carnage" Friday as he described his horror.
A suburban Atlanta prosecutor said Sunday he would be less likely to bring charges against runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks if authorities determine she left spontaneously rather than planning her disappearance.
The first bus service across disputed Kashmir in nearly 60 years came under fire minutes after it started its journey, according to local media.
One of a handful of militants who attacked a tourist reception center in the Kashmiri city of Srinagar has been shot dead by police.
India and Pakistan have announced the reopening of a bus route between the two sides of the disputed region of Kashmir.
A group of teens en route to church camp on June 24, 2002, met with tragedy when their tour bus collided with a concrete pillar near Terrell, Texas.
Old-fashioned bus and train tickets may soon be a thing of the past -- and mobile phones look set to replace them.
Pakistani Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz says he is optimistic about achieving sustainable peace with India but has stressed that settling the thorny issue of Kashmir remains the key.
Check out the links below to hot political stories around the country this morning.
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