Four Central and Southern California men have pleaded guilty to taking part in a conspiracy to win contracts from a Boeing Co. subsidiary that supplied satellites to NASA, the Air Force and other agencies.
Japan stocks managed to get off the ground early Friday despite a lower open, but with volumes expected to be soft as many of the top global markets were closed for holiday.
NASA's Curiosity rover has photographed some Martian rocks that bear a passing resemblance to a tasty frozen treat.
Mercury, the barren planet closest to the sun, may seem like a dead world, but new images taken by a NASA probe nearing the end of its life reveal the planet may still be undergoing geological activity.
Kansas is expected to issue $1 billion in bonds later this year to bolster its pension system for teachers and government workers.
Krauthammer: 'Jubilation in the face of Iranian foreign minister' shows nuclear deal lopsided to Iran's advantage
Charles Krauthammer told viewers Thursday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that the terms of the deal reached to curb Iran’s nuclear program were evident “by the jubilation in the face of the Iranian Foreign Minister when he announced what had been agreed to” and argued the tentative deal was lopsided to the Iranians' advantage.
Five oil companies must reduce their production at certain wells in North Dakota as a penalty for burning off more natural gas than allowed last month, a spokeswoman for the state's Oil and Gas Division said.
A plan from the Senate's top budget official aimed at limiting costs in the fastest-grown parts of the state's budget faced criticism from some Republican lawmakers even it moved forward Thursday.
The Chicago Cubs don't have to stop construction on a Wrigley Field video board that will block game views of adjacent rooftop clubs in the urban neighborhood, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
The municipality of Anchorage could be the last community to be reimbursed for new school bonds before a five-year hiatus.