Under pressure from U.S. safety regulators, Takata Corp. has agreed to declare 33.8 million air bags defective, a move that will double the number of cars and trucks included.
Grenade launchers, bayonets, tracked armored vehicles, weaponized aircraft and vehicles, firearms and ammunition of .50-caliber or higher will no longer be provided to state and local police agencies.
Gas prices have been edging up in recent weeks, with the national average price at $2.69 per gallon last week. But that’s nearly $1 lower than at the same time last year.
One ride, Thunder Mountain, has had a number of incidents in which the ride had to be stopped because of selfie-stick use.
Builders appear to have finally shaken off a turbulent winter that shut down construction sites and hampered growth across the economy.
At least 32 class action lawsuits allege Pacquiao should have disclosed a shoulder injury before the fight, which Floyd Mayweather won in a unanimous decision after 12 lackluster rounds.
A Montana boy who woke up frightened by two faces looking through his window fired a shot from the gun he kept in his bedroom, not realizing the teenagers on the other side of the glass were his friends.
From Indianapolis weatherman to late-night TV star, David Letterman has had a long, notable career in front of a camera.
The World Trade Organization has decided that the U.S. “country of origin” labels put Canadian and Mexican livestock at a disadvantage.
Six years into his time in office as president, Obama finally joined Twitter and tweeted on Monday.
U.S. airlines will carry 222 million passengers between June 1 and Aug. 31, topping the summer of 2007 when 217.6 million people flew, a trade group predicted Monday.
Chris Christie will call for a larger military and a boost in defense spending while defending the government’s intelligence-collection efforts, in a speech Monday.