Matt O'Brien, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 23rd - 11:45am
Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle is promising to boost traffic at smaller airports on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean when it starts service to Europe this summer from Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York.
Marley Jay, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 23rd - 11:34am
Major U.S. indexes are mixed Thursday as investors sell industrial companies, which have surged over the last few months. Stocks that pay big dividends, like utilities, are climbing. Technology companies are trading lower, which could end a 15-day winning streak for the sector.
Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 23rd - 11:17am
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday the administration is committed to getting major tax reform legislation through Congress by August. He predicted that President Donald Trump's economic proposals will be able to boost growth significantly to annual rates above 3 percent.
Austria's defense minister says that state prosecutors have begun preliminary proceedings on suspicion of fraud against Airbus and an affiliated company regarding his country's purchase of 15 combat aircraft.
Dan Joling, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 23rd - 10:56am
Former U.S. Sen. Frank Murkowski in 2001 gave a speech urging colleagues to approve oil drilling in America's largest wildlife refuge. The Alaska Republican held up a blank sheet of paper to illustrate his point.
Sara Burnett, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 23rd - 10:32am
Peoria Mayor Jim Ardis planned to open this year's State of the City speech by thanking Caterpillar Inc. for its longtime commitment to the central Illinois town, declaring "We wouldn't be Peoria without Caterpillar."
Joan Lowy, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 23rd - 10:16am
With states seizing the initiative on shaping the future of self-driving cars, General Motors is trying to persuade lawmakers across the country to approve rules that would benefit the automaker while potentially keeping its competitors off the road.
Patrick Whittle, Associated Press | Posted
Feb 23rd - 9:58am
An executive order by President Donald Trump designed to radically cut back on federal regulations has spurred disagreement among fishermen about how it will affect them — and lawmakers and regulators aren't sure what the answer is.