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The fatal shooting of a 13-year-old boy in a Denver suburb has become the latest lesson on the dangers of road rage. It also fits research suggesting that people who routinely carry firearms in a vehicle are more likely to trigger an angry encounter than to keep the peace.

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Ryanair's request came after a morning flight from Dublin to Ibiza was forced to divert to Paris' Beauvais airport after three passengers became "disruptive."

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When a sleepy driver plowed into a toll plaza divider, one of his passengers went flying. Florida Highway Patrol says he's lucky to be alive — and an object lesson for wearing seat belts.

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The company's Paving for Pizza campaign is helping pay for road repairs in four communities and will consider offering similar assistance to others based on nominations from customers.

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Skyryde has started flying people around Los Angeles in a bid to create an Uber-like flight-hailing service — even though the firm hasn't quite cleared all the necessary regulatory hurdles.

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A nonfatal crash last weekend occurred months after the same elderly driver hit another buggy, fatally injuring a young woman.

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The Arlington, Va.-based Institute for Justice sued an Atlanta suburb, alleging that the town's hidden incentives to generate revenue from fines and fees had skewed its justice system.

The railroad says first-class Acela passengers can choose assigned seats on some routes.

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New report by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) sounds the alarm on drugged driving.

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New York Lawyers for the Public Interest says that Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing services fail to supply wheelchair-accessible vehicles most of the time. And when there's one available, the wait times are long.

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