Kuwait: Oil Is Moving Unimpeded Past Key Strait Near Yemen
March 29 2015 6:15 PM EDT
A major petroleum supplier says its tankers are traveling safely in waters near the Horn of Africa.
French Socialists Routed In Local Elections
March 29 2015 4:57 PM EDT
Early runoff results show wins for former President Nicolas Sarkozy's coalition and gains for the far-right National Front.
Woman Charged With Falsely Claiming Boston Marathon Bombing Injuries
March 29 2015 2:39 PM EDT
Boston resident faces multiple larceny counts and making false statements to the government to collect money intended for bombing victims.
US Spy Program Had Its Internal Critics
March 29 2015 1:33 PM EDT
Intelligence insiders reportedly debated whether snooping on Americans would stop terrorists, and raised civil liberties concerns.
Exodus In Yemen Gathers Momentum Sunday
March 29 2015 12:09 PM EDT
China, India and Pakistan are evacuating their nationals from Yemen as Saudi Arabia masses ground troops at the border.
Chinese Shoemakers Are Getting Their Housing Fund Money
March 26 2015 5:29 PM EDT
A shoe manufacturer agrees to pay workers what's owed to them through China’s housing fund program.
Alcoa Wins Government Loan To Make Aluminum For Cars
March 26 2015 3:47 PM EDT
The deal provides low-cost public financing for a $275 million high-strength aluminum sheet plant south of Knoxville, Tennessee.
China’s Hainan Airlines Wants 30 Boeing Jets
March 26 2015 12:01 PM EDT
The deal would be Boeing’s largest 787 order since 2013, and it more than triples Hainan’s current fleet of Dreamliner jets.
Automakers Will Fight To Keep Two-Tier Wages
March 26 2015 8:51 AM EDT
U.S. automobile-factory workers have been making different wages for the same work since 2009. That won't change.
Ford Recalls Police Cars, Ambulances, Hearses
March 25 2015 1:44 PM EDT
The company also says some of its popular Explorer SUVs have doors that could fly open on side collisions.
43% Of World's Electric Cars Were Bought Last Year: Report
March 24 2015 3:23 PM EDT
German researchers say U.S. incentives played a large role in the rapid growth of a still-tiny vehicle market.
Ford Opens Its Sixth Chinese Car Factory
March 24 2015 12:08 PM EDT
The new factory puts the Michigan automaker on track to manufacture 15 new vehicles in China by the end of 2015.
Charges Against NJ's Menendez Forthcoming: Report
March 22 2015 4:36 PM EDT
The ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee has been under a corruption probe for the past two years.
Richard III’s Remains En Route To Final Resting Place
March 22 2015 3:38 PM EDT
After 530 years, the long-lost bones of the English king head to Leicester Cathedral.
FBI Calls For Patience In Mississippi Hanging Inquiry
March 22 2015 2:34 PM EDT
FBI Agent Don Alway says rumors should be set aside as investigators dig for facts.
Ted Cruz To Announce US Presidential Bid Monday
March 22 2015 12:16 PM EDT
The far-right U.S. senator in Texas faces a challenge in attracting mainstream Republican voters, a political adviser says.
Starbucks 'Race Together' Campaign Comes Apart
March 22 2015 12:11 PM EDT
Starbucks says it's ending one aspect of its race-relations initiative less than a week after it began.
China Must Focus On ‘Climate Security,' Scientist Says
March 22 2015 10:49 AM EDT
The head of the China Meteorological Administration warns climate change poses risks to his country’s infrastructure projects.
Tesla’s Stock Drops After Musk Announces Software Update
March 19 2015 6:58 PM EDT
Tesla Motors’ share price took a hit after Thursday’s announcement that the Model S electric car was getting new software features.
Guest Workers 'Lured' To LA Are Claiming Labor Abuses
March 19 2015 4:41 PM EDT
A suit brought against a Beverly Hills bakery owner underscores possible problems with the way the U.S. handles guest worker policies.