France sent more troops and helicopters to Central African Republic as its forces already on the ground began patrols in the capital after the United Nations backed military operations to stabilize the country.
To repair America's crumbling roads and bridges, several states and the federal government are toying with the idea charging drivers by the mile, using data sent from black boxes in every vehicle. It's a laudable idea, in principle.
Anthony and Jay Robert Pritzker, brothers and heirs to the Hyatt Hotels Corp. and Marmon Holdings Inc. manufacturing fortune, settle in for salads and sandwiches at their 40th-floor office in Chicago’s West Loop. A decade ago, the duo joined family members who allied against their sister, Penny, who’s U.S. President Barack Obama’s commerce secretary, and two cousins.
One of the Obama administration's talking points in favor of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has been that the law extends the solvency of the Medicare trust fund. By slowing the growth of Medicare spending, the law postpones the date when the Medicare Trust Fund will be exhausted to 2024 from 2016.
The largest U.S. trucking association is vowing to reconsider its support for Republicans after last week’s debt-limit standoff in Washington, escalating a feud between industry groups and the small-government Tea Party movement.
Don’t tell American Electric Power Co. that a part of the U.S. budget agreement allowing an Ohio River lock reconstruction project to continue is a sweetheart deal for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Fiat SpA must wait about a year for a trial over the value of some Chrysler Group LLC shares after a judge set a September 2014 date to hear evidence, further delaying Fiat’s push to combine the two companies.