The billionaire is set to open it on Dec. 10.
Twenty-two people are trapped in a coal mine in China after a rock burst destroyed part of a mining tunnel.
China on Thursday criticized Washington's decision to leave the United Nations treaty that regulates international postage, amid a worsening trade dispute between the world's top two economies.
Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao on efforts to address the truck driver shortage in America.
The No. 3 U.S. railroad operator benefited from ongoing cost-cutting, broad-based volume growth and higher prices.
The ride-sharing company said the service will be live throughout the U.S. by the end of the week.
Federal investigators are confirming overpressurized natural gas lines were the source of the deadly explosions and fires in communities north of Boston last month.
Many Americans are turning to ridesharing platforms to find work, but how much do drivers really make?
A nonprofit auto safety group is demanding that Hyundai and Kia recall 2.9 million cars and SUVs due to consumer complaints that they can catch fire.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday: Citigroup Inc., up $1.46 to $69.84
Italian Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio says that the struggling Alitalia airline will be relaunched with the state railway company as a strategic partner.
Regulators fined the San Francisco Bay Area's transit agency $650,000 on Thursday for safety failures that led a commuter train to strike and kill two workers inspecting track five years ago during a union strike.
A federal judge in St. Louis has ordered companies from Missouri and California to pay a combined $7 million for shipping ingredients containing poultry feathers and other misbranded items to pet food manufacturers.
Delta is topping third-quarter profit expectations with strong travel demand pushing ticket prices higher.
The world's longest direct commercial flight is back and taking travelers from Singapore to the New York region.
Amazon's plans to pay all its U.S. employees at least $15 an hour is putting pressure on small business owners, even those who aren't retailers directly competing with the huge company.
The U.S. Postal Service is seeking to increase the price of its first-class stamp by 5 cents to 55 cents to help stem its mounting red ink.
New Jersey's troubled transit system suffers from a lack of funding, low morale, a top-heavy management structure and little or no strategic planning, according to a lengthy audit released Tuesday by Gov. Phil Murphy.
As airlines prepare for Hurricane Michael, the impact of Florence is hitting the industry.
Postal workers and their supporters spent part of the Columbus Day holiday protesting what they see as a White House push to make the U.S. Postal Service private.