• Norfolk, Virginia East Coast Flooding

    East Coast Hit Hardest By 'Nuisance Flooding'

    A NOAA study looking at 25 cities vulnerable to climate-change-related flooding indicates the trend is getting worse in the U.S.
  • ARINC Sold By Carlyle Group For $1.39B

    Rockwell Collins will acquire ARINC from the Carlyle Group, calling the company a "natural fit" to its business.
  • Graduating Wisdom From Stephen Colbert, President Obama, And More [VIDEOS]

    As graduating seniors exit the ivory tower, politicians and media figures will send them off with some parting words of wisdom.
  • API Lanches Public Workshops About Hydraulic Fracturing

    The American Petroleum Institute, starting Tuesday, will be hosting a series of public workshops around the country the goal of which is to educate lawmakers, members of the public and various associations on shale gas and hydraulic fracturing.
  • Snakehead

    ‘Fishzilla’ Snakehead Found in Maryland River

    A northern snakehead, sometimes known as 'fishzilla,' was found in a Maryland river on Thursday, raising concerns that the invasive fish is branching out from its adopted home in the Potomac River.
  • NYSE

    FBI vault reveal Princess Diana was under investigation for bomb threat (PHOTOS)

    Diana, Princess of Wales, was the subject of an FBI investigation after an agent was told someone had mailed a bomb as a wedding present according to de-classified documents.
  • Israel's Barak says U.S. to present peace plan soon

    Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said on Tuesday the United States would present a Middle East peace plan within weeks and Israel should accept it.
  • Israel-Palestinian talks must address core issues: Blair

    Renewed peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians must tackle core issues including Jerusalem, Middle East envoy Tony Blair said, raising the specter of a clash with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
  • Israel's Lieberman links peace with disarming Hamas

    Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said in remarks published Thursday it would be difficult to make progress in peace talks with Palestinians as long as armed Hamas Islamists control the Gaza Strip.
  • The Daily Resource 01/10/2009

    Precious MetalsGold had a real rollercoaster day, dipping in early London trading on Friday, recovering into the New York open, declining to a low of $845 at mid-morning, rocketing up to a peak of $868 at the noon hour, then falling off again through the rest of the Comex and the Globex to finish...
  • The Daily Resource 05/10/2008

    Precious MetalsGold was steady to higher through the first hour of the New York session on Friday, then declined sharply to lose nearly $15, but then turned around and regained all the lost ground, before cruising sideways through the Globex to finish at $884.00, up $1.00. For the week, gold rebou...
  • Bush stops in Saudi Arabia for talks

    Iran, Mideast peace and democracy in the region topped the agenda for President Bush during talks Monday with ally Saudi Arabia. Bush's first visit to the kingdom came as his administration notified Congress of its intent to sell $20 billion in weapons, including precision-guided bombs, to the Saudis. The announcement was timed to coincide with the president's arrival in the Saudi capital.
  • Olmert and Abbas plan for first post-Annapolis talks

    Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert met top advisers on Thursday to prepare for his first meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas since the two leaders launched formal peace talks last week.
  • Bush launches drive for Mideast peace

    President George W. Bush meets Palestinian and Israeli leaders on Monday in a drive for Palestinian statehood before he leaves office in 14 months.
  • Saudi dangles prospect of going to Annapolis

    Saudi Arabia has not ruled out the possibility of taking part in a Middle East peace conference with Israel next week, according to comments by Crown Prince Sultan carried by state television on Thursday.
  • Egypt talks with Abbas and Abdullah ahead of peace meet

    Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak held talks on Thursday with Jordan's King Abdullah and was due to meet the Palestinian president to coordinate positions ahead of a U.S.-sponsored peace conference.
  • Rice assures Israel and urges bold peace moves

    Condoleezza Rice urged Israel on Sunday to be bold in pursuing peace with the Palestinians after Israeli leaders warned her there could be no deal on a Palestinian state until their own security was guaranteed.
  • Getting charitable with funds

    Lance Armstrong has been pretty impressive on the roads of France. But on Wall Street, not so much.