AT&T plans to pay $39 billion to buy Deutsche Telekom AG's T-Mobile USA in a deal that is expected to attract intense regulatory scrutiny as it creates a new US mobile market leader.
The Boeing Co.'s newest and largest passenger plane completed its first flight on Sunday, marking another milestone as the company prepares to get the long-haul jumbo jet ready for the market by the end of the year.
In light of the Japan nuclear crisis, US officials will reevaluate where the United States builds its nuclear power plants, US Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on March 20.
The plane whose splash landing was called "The Miracle on the Hudson" is set for its final destination: a North Carolina aviation museum.
About 2 million spectators watch the largest St. Patrick's Day parade in the United States Thursday along the Fifth Avenue of the New York City. It was also the 250th St. Patrick's Day.
A 70-year-old man was stoned to death with a rock stuffed in a sock by a younger friend who alleged the victim made unwanted sexual advances...
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A big earthquake is expected to hit California sooner or later from now till the next 30 years, but it is unlikely to trigger devastating tsunami similar to what happened in Japan.
Obama said he does not expect harmful radiation sparked by the crippled Japanese nuclear plant will reach the US, including its West Coast and Hawaii.
NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft entered an orbit around Mercury late Thursday, capping an over-six-and-half-year journey to the solar system's innermost planet.
Two sisters accused of falsifying health care claims to defraud the US government of millions of dollars were nabbed in Colombia and returned to the United States, authorities said on Tuesday.
Radioactivity may reach US, but not enough to cause major health problems