The Washington Post reports that the agency is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world.
The General Social Survey found that the number of Americans who say most people can be trusted has plummeted.
A U.S. judge says American Airlines can exit bankruptcy and join forces with US Airways Group, all but ensuring that their merger can take place within weeks.
Alaska Airlines and some other affected businesses are suing to block the wage, arguing that it conflicts with state and federal laws.
Alaska’s reputation as a low-tax state doesn’t extend to alcohol taxes.
U.S. pilots and air traffic controllers who are deemed overweight will be screened for obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, a condition that could cause them fatigue on the job, endangering the lives of air passengers, a new FAA order says.
Former NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin pioneered a “faster, better, cheaper” approach to America’s space program, but he would have been hard-pressed to deliver a Mars mission for the bargain-basement price of India’s first probe to the red planet, which blasted off Tuesday.
Capt. James Kirk always got the latest, most advanced ship in Starfleet, so it seems only fitting that the Navy’s new stealth destroyer, the USS Zumwalt, is slated to be commanded by none other than Capt. James A. Kirk, USN.
The 16-day partial shutdown of the federal government and the wrangling in Washington over the nation’s finances combined to shake consumers’ confidence sharply in October, the private Conference Board reported Tuesday morning.
The next state to legalize same-sex marriage may be Hawaii, where the state’s Legislature will begin a special session on the issue Monday.