By TOBY STERLINGAssociated Press
AMSTERDAM (AP) - A Dutch luxury bus company is testing technology that monitors whether a driver is becoming drowsy.
Royal Beuk BV said Tuesday it is outfitting 20 vehicles from six different charter vacation bus lines with a system designed by Australian
By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABERAP Economics Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. employers advertised the most job openings in more than five years in October, and the number of people quitting also reached a five-year high. The figures are an encouraging sign for the unemployed.
The Labor Department said
By MARTIN CRUTSINGERAP Economics Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. wholesale businesses boosted their stockpiles sharply in October as sales rose, encouraging signs for economic growth in the final three months of the year.
Wholesale stockpiles grew 1.4 percent in October, the Commerce Department
By KEN SWEETAP Markets Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks took a breather Tuesday after U.S. markets notched another record high.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 20 points, or 0.1 percent, to 16,005 in the first 20 minutes of trading. The Standard & Poor's 500 index lost 2 points, or 0.1
By ANDREW TAYLORAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Bipartisan budget negotiators are working toward a modest budget agreement to replace tens of billions of dollars in spending cuts this year and next with longer-term savings and revenue from increased fees.
House Budget Committee Chairman Paul
NEW YORK (AP) - The U.S. stock market is taking a breather after another day of record highs.
Global markets were flat or edging lower as well Tuesday.
The Dow Jones industrial average slipped 18 points to 16,007 in early U.S. trading. The Standard & Poor's 500 index was down three points
By MARCY GORDONAP Business Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. banks will be barred in most cases from trading for their own profit under a federal rule set to be approved Tuesday.
Five U.S. regulatory agencies are voting on the so-called Volcker Rule, a major step toward preventing extreme risk-taking
AMSTERDAM (AP) - The European Commission has fined pharmaceuticals giants Johnson & Johnson and Novartis a combined $22 million for colluding to delay the entrance of a cheap generic form of a pain killer to the Dutch market.
In a statement, the Commission's antitrust chief, Joaquin Almunia
By SARAH DiLORENZOAssociated Press
PARIS (AP) - The French government, which was among the most vocal critics of U.S. spying practices, is now coming under fire for trying to expand its own digital surveillance capabilities.
A law making its way through parliament would give French intelligence
By ESAM MOHAMEDAssociated Press
CAIRO (AP) - The Libyan militia that shut down most of the country's oil terminals for months causing the loss of millions of dollars said Tuesday that terminals will reopen on Dec. 15.
Ibrahim Jedran, leader of the militia, made his remarks after meeting
KHQ.COM - On December 5, 2013 Michael D. Morehead, who was previously listed as a missing person from the City of Coeur d'Alene, has been found deceased by a Kootenai County Sheriff's Office's Volunteer Search & Rescue K9 search team.
He was found a short distance from
After considering all of the information presented, the appeals board upheld the original ruling by the University Disciplinary Board that puts students Dan McIntosh and Erik Fagan on indefinite probation for a weapons policy violation.
The students were punished by Gonzaga after using a gun to
SAN BRUNO, Calif. – (December 9, 2013 - www.GoZags.com) Gonzaga University women's basketball junior forward Sunny Greinacher was tabbed West Coast Conference Player of the Week.
Greinacher helped No. 24 Gonzaga to three wins last week as the Bulldogs improved to 7-1 overall. Greinacher