Massachusetts and Rhode Island have announced offshore wind projects aimed at delivering a combined 1,200 megawatts of energy — or enough to power 400,000 homes.
Legislation awaiting final approval in the Senate would give veterans more freedom to see doctors outside the Department of Veterans Affairs' health system.
The 171-year-old candy maker known for its chalky Necco Wafers and those little inscribed hearts that are everywhere on Valentine's Day is up for grabs in bankruptcy court.
Federal Reserve officials earlier this month discussed a number of risks facing the economy, from rising wage pressures to possible harm from administration trade policies.
The new head of New York City's subways is proposing a massive overhaul, including the replacement of worn-out signals that lead to vexing delays for millions of riders.
U.S. tech company Cisco says that hundreds of thousands of routers have been compromised in preparation for what could be a major cyberattack against Ukraine.
Federal computer experts told Florida's top elections officials that a cyberattack would be more damaging to their systems and reputations than any hurricane.
Turkey's currency, the lira, has fallen to an all-time record low against the dollar amid fears of economic instability as the country heads toward snap presidential and parliamentary elections next month.
A programming error led the FBI to vastly overstate the number of cell phones that investigators could not access because of encryption, officials said Wednesday.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke faced protests and a heckler as he delivered a message of government cooperation at a large energy industry conference in North Dakota.
Twitter says it's adding special labels to tweets from some U.S. political candidates ahead of this year's midterm elections.
Legislation that would authorize $300 million annually to rescue New Jersey's nuclear energy industry — a request for financial help made by the state's largest utility company — was signed into law Wednesday.
Target, which is pushing through a year of transition, is posting weaker-than-expected profits for the first quarter.
Spain's parliament is set to pass the national budget proposal for 2018, giving the government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy some breathing space as it battles Catalan separatism.
The European Central Bank has dealt a setback to Bulgaria's hopes of soon joining the euro, saying the European Union's poorest country needs "wide-ranging" reforms to put its economy in shape.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may finally find a friendly face when he meets French President Emmanuel Macron.
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Production wells at a geothermal plant under threat by lava flowing from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano have been plugged to prevent toxic gases from seeping out.
President Donald Trump says the U.S. will probably need a "different structure" when it comes to trade with China.