The economy is thought to have shrunk in the January-March quarter and might barely grow for the first half of 2015 - thanks in part to sharp cuts in energy drilling.
Apartment dwellers in New York, San Francisco and Washington, say they're more satisfied living in those cities than do renters in far more affordable areas such as Milwaukee, Albuquerque and Detroit, according to a new survey.
Now, a company that manufactures tuk-tuks - the three-wheeled motorized rickshaws that have moved the masses for more than a century in Asia, Africa and Latin America - aims to make inroads in the United States.
The woman who had been hanging off the anchor chain of a support ship that is part of Royal Dutch Shell's plans to explore for oil ended her dayslong protest.
The oil pipeline leak that fouled a stretch of California coastline last week reflects a troubling trend in the nation's infrastructure: As U.S. oil production has soared, so has the number of pipeline accidents.
SEATTLE - One of two protesters who affixed themselves to an Arctic oil-drilling support ship parked north of Seattle left the vessel Sunday, but the other remained suspended from its anchor chain in an effort to draw attention to climate change and the risks an oil spill could pose in the remote waters off northwestern Alaska.
Fees are everywhere. It seems like no matter how carefully you spend your money, you’re always getting hit with some superfluous surcharge.
NEW YORK - Never mind the doggie bag: Spot wants a seat at the outdoor table, or rather under it. New York is considering whether to join a growing number of states that allow pet dogs at open-air restaurants.
NEW YORK - The company whose name has long been synonymous with telephones now wants to be on your TV, car and even trash can.