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The Allegiant plane with 144 passengers landed safely last Thursday at Hector International Airport in Fargo, North Dakota.
An American Airlines flight traveling from Chicago O'Hare to Charlotte made an emergency landing Tuesday night.
Twitter reported that its number of monthly average users grew at the slowest pace since it went public in 2013.
Small businesses are again able to get loans backed by the U.S. government following passage of a bill raising the SBA's lending authority.
Delta Air Lines will soon begin offering a new upgrade option to select fliers that will literally land them outside the plane: a seat on a private jet.
Amazon announced a plan on Tuesday to finally get its package-delivery drones in the air. The proposal includes tiered flight zones that would li
The new 707-horsepower Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is proving so popular that the company is doubling the production output for 2016.
Turmoil in China's stock market is prompting Chinese real estate investors to pour even more money into U.S. housing, particularly in Texas.
U.S. homeownership dropped to a record low in the second quarter as more Americans opted to rent, data showed on Tuesday.
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Nike will give partial refunds or gift cards to people who bought FuelBand fitness trackers, ending a lawsuit challenging the accuracy of the device.
Calling the current LaGuardia "un-New York," Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces plans for a major overhaul of the facility.
Google has halted its pursuit of making Google+ a rival to Facebook, even admitting that the social service was a little 'confusing.'
Fiat Chrysler must offer to buy back from customers hundreds of thousands of Ram pickups and other vehicles in the biggest such action in U.S. history.
Thirteen of America's largest companies have pledged $140 billion toward efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
Consumers are increasingly stocking up on school essentials throughout the year, reducing the back-to-school shopping's importance to retailers.
A new study finds that major auto insurance companies are penalizing widows, divorcees and other single women with higher rates.
Fiat-Chrysler was issued a record fine for past practices around faulty parts and poorly executed recalls.
Police in Beijing have busted a factory that produced more than 41,000 fake iPhones worth as much as $19 million.
It's against the law to sell a car with an open safety recall, but it's not against the law to rent you one. TODAY's Jeff Rossen has the details.