Federal labor officials announced 11 citations and nearly $100,000 in fines for DuPont.
It's a victory for the U.S. meat industry, which said the labels are burdensome.
The ruling appears to negate $382 million of what the jury originally awarded to Apple.
A federal judge found that the mill exceeded its pollution allowances for 30 years.
Germany, France and Italy see the project as a way to strengthen defense cooperation.
In states with lower populations, the demand for oil is seasonal.
Marine scientists argue that the chemicals require further study.
The rulings could reflect a trend of linking fossil fuel extraction to climate change.
Alibaba says it believes the complaint has "no basis" and plans to fight it.
In the 1990s, a team started studying a family of materials called ceramic matrix composites.
Minnesota is one step closer to enacting the nation's strictest ban on fire retardant chemicals.
Whether people can use the autonomous cars will depend on government regulations.
About 37 percent of the workforce will be laid off; many more will be furloughed.
The winner is still in high school and the loser struggles with continued global recalls.
More than a third of Blue Bell's workforce will be without jobs.
Jeni's plans to reopen by Memorial Day weekend.
Amtrak will begin operating new positive train control safety technology this year.
The new facility is expected to bring about 450 jobs.
The manufacturers were accused of fixing prices for TVs, laptops and cell phones.
Blending different energy sources makes economic and environmental sense.