By COREY WILLIAMSAssociated Press
ROMULUS, Mich. (AP) - A team led by a state-appointed emergency manager said Friday that Detroit is defaulting on about $2.5 billion in unsecured debt and is asking creditors to take about 10 cents on the dollar of what the city owes them.
Kevyn Orr spent two hours
By TONY G. GABRIELAssociated Press
CAIRO (AP) - Egypt's civil aviation minister says the national airline lost an estimated 1.3 billion Egyptian pounds, or around $185 million, over the last fiscal year.
Wael el-Maadawi said Friday that EgyptAir's losses for the year ending this
By LORI HINNANTAssociated Press
PARIS (AP) - The Airbus A350's maiden flight ended with a safe landing on Friday, setting the stage for intensifying competition with U.S. rival Boeing in the long-haul wide-body aircraft market.
The four-hour flight marks a key step on the path to full
By THANYARAT DOKSONEAssociated Press
BANGKOK (AP) - The British government has warned airlines around the world not to allow Edward Snowden, who leaked information on top-secret U.S. government surveillance programs, to fly to the United Kingdom.
A travel alert, dated Monday on a Home Office
CAIRO (AP) - Egyptian pilots working for the national carrier staged a 10-hour sit-in protest on Thursday, delaying 22 flights in an effort to press their demands for management changes and bonus payments.
It was the second protest involving the Cairo International Airport this month.
By SARAH EL DEEB and JOHN HEILPRINAssociated Press
BEIRUT (AP) - Nearly 93,000 people have been confirmed killed since Syria's civil war began more than two years ago, the U.N. said Thursday, a sharp rise in the death toll as the fighting turns increasingly sectarian and the carnage gripping
PARIS (AP) - After two days of air traffic controller strikes, French rail workers walked off the job Thursday to protest a reorganization of the national rail and train companies.
Up to 70 percent of train journeys in France were canceled on Thursday. The action began Wednesday night, affecting
By The Associated Press
Massive thunderstorms that swept through the Midwest are pushing toward the Mid-Atlantic states. Meteorologists warn that the line of storms could launch a weather event called a derecho, which is a straight-line wind storm spanning at least 240 miles. Here's a snapshot
By JOSH LEDERMANAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Two Miami police officers were injured Wednesday while participating in President Barack Obama's motorcade in Florida, police said. Neither of the injuries was life-threatening.
The Miami Police Department said Sgt. Rufus Devane III, 42, and
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - U.S. prosecutors announced fraud and other charges Wednesday against eight alleged members of an international cybercrime ring that the government said hacked into the computers of more than a dozen leading financial institutions and the U.S. military's payroll service.