China's government has accused Washington of trying to block its industrial development after Vice President Mike Pence said Chinese tech giant Huawei and other telecom equipment suppliers are a security threat.
Pyongyang is upgrading its overcrowded mass transit system with brand-new subway cars, trams and buses in a campaign meant to show leader Kim Jong Un is raising the country's standard of living.
In the next two decades, China’s aviation market – which is becoming one of the largest in the world – will need nearly 7,700 new airplanes valued at $1.2 trillion.
Berlin is unveiling a new app that will let people use public transport, rental bikes, car-sharing and taxis seamlessly to travel through the German capital.
It is considered a short and medium-range air defense solution.
The Supreme Court is taking up a case involving an Alabama man who developed a way to process undeliverable mail.
A biennial arms fair has opened in the United Arab Emirates as the country faces increasing scrutiny over its involvement in the Saudi-led war in Yemen.
Gov. Ned Lamont, who said during his campaign that he would support highway tolls for only tractor-trailers, announced Saturday that he's considering a wider tolling option.
In early November, word began to leak that Amazon was serious about choosing New York to build a giant new campus.
The U.S. government will lead an ambitious effort to develop technologies to recycle lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles, cellphones and other sources to ensure a reliable and affordable supply of metals crucial to battery production in anticipation of soaring global demand and potential shortages, Department of Energy officials said Friday.
Major U.S. airlines say they will soon change their ticketing process to give passengers an option to identifying themselves as male or female.
___ Amazon dumped New York, but cities still wooing the company Amazon's breakup with New York was still fresh when other cities started sending their own valentines to the online giant.
Plans to extend key trade talks between the U.S. and China drove stocks broadly higher in early trading.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says a chemical maker's North Carolina plant may have broken federal law by failing to notify the agency before it started manufacturing and repurposing new industrial compounds.
A worker severely burned in a 2018 deadly explosion at a Central Texas hospital has sued a Dallas-based utility seeking more than $1 million.
Despite President Donald Trump's tough talk on trade, his administration has granted hundreds of companies permission to import millions of tons of steel made in China, Japan and other countries without paying the hefty tariff he put in place to protect U.S. manufacturers and jobs, according to an Associated Press analysis.
A project to build a high-speed rail tunnel through the Alps, meant to speed up journeys between France and Italy, is moving extraordinarily slowly because of an internal quarrel in Italy's government.
Power-strapped North Korea is exploring ambitious alternative energy sources — tidal power and coal-based synthetic fuels — that could greatly improve living standards and reduce its reliance on oil imports and vulnerability to sanctions.
A federal utility board has voted to close a coal-fired power plant in Kentucky over the objections of President Donald Trump and some state GOP leaders.
___ Amazon dumps NYC headquarters and its promised 25,000 jobs NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon says it will not be building a new headquarters in New York, a stunning reversal after a yearlong search.