The firms building a new nuclear plant in South Carolina say their construction costs could grow by more than $1 billion.
Repairs on Superstorm Sandy-damaged rail tunnels used by trains linking New York with the whole Northeast Corridor could cause a service nightmare.
The next-generation Jeep Wrangler may be built from aluminum rather than steel in a move that would shift its production away from the Toledo plant in the U.S. state of Ohio, the head of parent Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) said on Thursday.
Stocks are limping to a mixed close as the market stabilizes after three straight drops.
General Motors Co. is recalling 117,651 vehicles to fix a faulty chassis-control system that may result in a crash, Automotive News reported Thursday, citing a stop-delivery notice sent to dealers.
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Developing: Wall Street ended Thursday flat after a day of turbulent as traders digested the latest policy guidance from the ECB and awaited the U.S. monthly jobs report.
President Barack Obama is not looking to return to the U.S. Senate or the state legislature, but he's popping up in hundreds of thousands of ads for those offices, an analysis of campaign advertising released Thursday found.
Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is lashing out at President Obama’s inner circle for failing to secure a 2011 deal to leave U.S. troops in Iraq, effectively accusing the White House of sabotaging the talks – in turn, opening the door for the region to become a haven for the Islamic State.
Pennsylvania's top environmental regulator resigned Thursday, becoming the first high-level casualty in a growing scandal surrounding office emails containing pornography in the attorney general's office.
Grain futures were higher Thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
A former Glennallen dentist charged with sexually assaulting a woman during a 2013 business trip to Anchorage was acquitted Wednesday.
Alcoa Inc. has opened a $90 million plant to make aluminum-lithium alloys for use in planes, expanding the company's involvement in the aircraft industry.
A former U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development employee has pleaded guilty to stealing $843,000 in government funds in federal court in Washington.
Shares of GoPro Inc. slid Thursday after the sports camera maker's founders said they were donating 5.8 million of their shares to a foundation they had just created.
A fire Thursday at an offshore liquefied natural gas platform in Alaska's Cook Inlet forced four people to evacuate, but the environmental risk was considered minimal, the Coast Guard said.
After major airlines jumped to suspend flights and take other precautions in response to the Ebola outbreak, the U.S. government is starting to catch up -- ramping up efforts to keep the deadly virus from spreading.
A crumbling motel along Route 66 will get a $16 million upgrade as part of an ongoing plan to revitalize a section of the iconic highway as it winds through Albuquerque.