Feds Deny Emergency Call to Slow Ships, Ease Whale Strikes

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The U.S. government has denied a request from a group of environmental organizations to immediately apply proposed ship-speed … [Read more...]

Scientists Say Loss of Tiny Organisms Hurts Ocean, Fishing

PORTLAND, ME (AP) - The warming of the waters off the East Coast has brought the loss of microscopic organisms that make up the base of the ocean’s … [Read more...]

Soaring US Egg Prices Put Pressure on Consumers, Businesses

OMAHA, NE (AP) - Chickens may not be able to fly very far, but the price of eggs is soaring. A lingering bird flu outbreak--combined with soaring … [Read more...]

Can US Avoid a Recession? As Inflation Eases, Optimism Rises

WASHINGTON (AP) - For months, the outlook for the U.S. economy has been a mostly bleak one: Inflation hitting a four-decade high, consumer spending … [Read more...]

Air Travel Across US Thrown into Chaos after Computer Outage

NEW YORK (AP) - The world’s largest aircraft fleet was grounded for hours by a cascading outage in a government system that delayed or cancelled … [Read more...]

Court Weighs Tossing Boston Marathon Bomber’s Death Sentence

BOSTON (AP) - Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s attorney has urged a federal appeals court to throw out the 29-year-old’s death sentence … [Read more...]

Wife of ‘American Horror Story’ Driver Sues Over COVID Death

BOSTON (AP) - The wife of a late Massachusetts man is suing the companies involved in the 2021 production of “American Horror Story” on Cape Cod. She … [Read more...]

UN Says Ozone Layer Slowly Healing, Hole to Mend by 2066

DENVER (AP) - A United Nations scientific report says Earth's protective ozone layer is slowly but noticeably healing. Scientists say the hole over … [Read more...]

Drugstores Make Slow Headway on Staffing Problems

NEW YORK (AP) - Drugstore chains are still trying to find enough employees to put a stop to temporary pharmacy closures. More than a year ago, a … [Read more...]

US Jobless Claim Applications Fall to Lowest in 14 Weeks

WASHINGTON (AP) - The number of Americans applying for jobless benefits fell to the lowest level in more than three months, reflecting a still-robust … [Read more...]



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