As in Wisconsin, Ohio and other states, Florida's public employees and their unions are on the defensive. Gov. Rick Scott's proposed budget cuts thousands of public jobs and requires workers to contribute part of their salaries to their...
There have now been at least five incidents. The FAA has ordered changes in staffing, and Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says his agency "will not sleep until we can guarantee that there's good safety in the control towers."
Claims for jobless benefits rose after two weeks' worth of declines. Wholesale prices were pushed higher by rising energy costs.
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More careful attention to cleanliness in hospitals can help curb infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria. But even stringent hygiene only goes so far in beating the germs back.
Libyan rebels have been unable to break the back of Moammar Gadhafi's forces despite international airstrikes. NATO allies are asking the U.S. to deepen its involvement in a conflict some experts say could last years. Several analysts offered...
ProPublica and The Washington Post report that many people appear to have cashed in as BP spent billions in the year since the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. But "others hurt by the spill ended up getting comparatively little."
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told NATO allies meeting in Berlin that the U.S. is prepared to do what it takes to support the air campaign against Libya, as disagreement continued over the scope of the mission and who should lead it.
Hank Krakowski's decision follows a string of incidents involving controllers who were asleep on the job as planes came in for late-night landings at major airports.