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Regulators will develop national standards for the disposal of polluted wastewaters generated by a drilling technique known as hydraulic fracturing.
A federal judge has dismissed an antitrust lawsuit against Mattel Inc. brought by the makers of Bratz dolls.
The FAA intended for these two changes to help make recreational flying more accessible and safer for consumers passionate about flying.
About 91,000 'Next' bicycles are being recalled because the chain can break, which could cause the rider to lose control and fall.
The four-year deal will raise costs by $280 million this year and around $80 million per year after that.
The Onyx Laboratories plant in Maumelle is burning, forcing the evacuation of the plant and nearby buildings.
Opponents say allowing Mexican trucking companies to deliver goods rather than transfer them to U.S. haulers at the border will put American jobs at risk.
The Federal Reserve's 12 regional bank districts all grew in September and early October, helped by strength in car sales and manufacturing.
Parts of the satellite, which is the size of a minivan, will burn up during re-entry but up to 30 fragments could strike anywhere on the planet.
The country's largest telecommunications company said it activated the lowest number in a year and a half despite the new iPhone 4S.
Taylor Farms Retail Inc. is voluntarily recalling 3,265 cases of various bagged salad blends that have the potential to be contaminated with salmonella.
Weekly applications dropped by 6,000 to a seasonally adjusted 403,000, but need to fall consistently below 375,000 to signal sustainable job growth.
Tablets are small enough to be mobile, powerful enough to chew through ever-increasing amounts of data, and are making big strides in manufacturing.
Lawmakers and medical professions say companies like Riddell are misleading consumers because the claims are not justified by scientific evidence.
China's biggest producer of rare earths is suspending production for one month in hopes of boosting slumping prices of the exotic minerals.
Starting in 2013, the plan places emissions allowances on power plants and other of the worst polluting facilities.
Finnish metals group Outokumpu Oyj says it will lay off 1,300 workers worldwide to cut costs and improve profitability.
Amgen Inc. said it is laying off about 380 employees in research and development, nearly 6 percent of its R&D staff, as it restructures those operations.