Japan also sent up 12 mice aboard as part of an aging study.
This would create the second-biggest utility company in the U.S. by customer base.
It’s an exciting time to be in manufacturing, but that means change in the industry — and lots of it.
Lycos has moved into the wearables space with its Lycos Life line.
The West Hartford-based company is trying to eliminate $350 million in debt to creditors.
An explosion at a chemical plant in eastern China killed one person less than two weeks after a similar disaster at a chemical warehouse in Tianjin.
Among the dead from the Aug. 12 disaster are 67 firefighters.
North Dakota is leading a lawsuit challenging an Obama administration rule.
The information also raises more questions about whether enough was done to prevent it.
President Obama is pressing to give Americans power to choose what kind of power they use.
Global markets are likely to follow China down.
A watchdog group is asking California police and the Department of Motor Vehicles to investigate any crashes involving experimental autonomous cars.
Walmart is adding the resources of the Illinois-based Reshoring Initiative.
The fires burned where the massive warehouse explosions occurred last week.
A further devaluation of the yuan could put Japan in a tough spot.
The soft drink industry's biggest rivals each made substantial commitments to mitigate their use of fresh water.
Friday's fall was the latest indicator of a vast shift in the energy landscape.
The impending opening of the nation's first tar sands mine has become another front in the battle across the West between preservationists and the energy industry.
These reserves of helium are critical as the current global supply continues to shrink.