Officials say a metal homage to the late punk legend Joey Ramone may be New York City's most-stolen street sign.
Professor Obama is looking to grade you on your car-buying preferences. Beginning with the 2012 model year, new vehicles will carry revised window stickers bearing ratings from "A+" to "D," with the highest marks reserved for choices the administration endorses and the lowest for those it frowns upon. This is just the latest example of the nanny state mentality that has taken hold inside the Beltway.
A prefabricated 350-foot-long bridge that will replace a 109-year-old span across the Harlem River arrived Monday aboard two barges that were pushed and pulled by tugboats.
A top banking regulator says he will leave office when his term expires next month.
After the 2008 election, President Obama promised to "go through our federal
Ground and air crews searched nearly 100 square miles of Denali National Park on Monday for two women missing on what was supposed to be a short backpacking trip.
U.S. airline delays are at their highest level in at least 13 years, and analysts say passengers can expect more of the same for the rest of the summer.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A plan to replace the bridge that collapsed into the Mississippi River last week is on the fastest of fast tracks: State officials want the span open by the end of next year, and contractors interested in the job must contact the state by dawn Wednesday.
The collapse of an eight-lane interstate bridge over the Mississippi River in Minneapolis that was under repair reminds us that 30 percent of America's almost 500,000 bridges are categorized as "deficient" and in "urgent need of repair." The Iraq and Afghan wars have cost more than half a trillion dollars so far. The two conflicts are running at the rate of $12 billion a month, or $400 million a day. The bill for urgent work on the nation's bridges is estimated at $80 billion.