TransCanada said Friday that it has received conditional approval from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Administration to restart its Keystone Pipeline after identifying the source of a small leak that has let about 16,800 gallons of oil seep into a South Dakota field.
U.S. federal regulators have warned Illinois to resume paying companies that wrench leaky fuel tanks from the ground or be forced to tell gas station operators they have to pay, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press.
A day after losing Wisconsin, White House hopeful Hillary Clinton unleashed a blistering critique of mainland China while campaigning Wednesday in blue-collar Pennsylvania, warning the Asian giant must "toe the line" if she becomes president.
Venezuelan workers will get Fridays off for the next two months as part of an emergency plan to save electricity, the president said.
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California and New York acted Monday to gradually push their statewide minimum wages to US$15 an hour -- the highest in the U.S. -- as Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders again seized on wage disparity and the plight of the working poor as a defining issue in their fight for the Democratic presidential race.
Drone delivery might be years away in the U.S., but it's becoming a reality in Rwanda this summer.
Con Kimura got the best Christmas bonus of his life working for Donald Trump in Atlantic City in 1984. But he still won't vote for him as president.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration announced Friday it's easing limits on the number of hourly flights at Newark Liberty International Airport, and the airport's operator said that should lead to greater competition and lower airfares.
U.S. employers notched another solid month of hiring in March by adding 215,000 jobs, driven by large gains in the construction, retail and health care industries.