By JASON KEYSERAssociated Press
From bridges to broadband, America's infrastructure is supposed to be speeding along commerce, delivering us to work and piping energy and water into our homes and businesses. But just repairing all the breakdowns and potholes would cost tens of
By KASIE HUNT and STEVE PEOPLESAssociated Press
MORRISVILLE, Pa. (AP) - Republican Mitt Romney sprinted through battleground states on Sunday with a renewed pledge to bring a spirit of cooperation to Washington.
He also promised to pursue an agenda that would alienate most Democrats on his
By BEN FELLERAP White House Correspondent
WASHINGTON (AP) - The next president will be under fire to get millions of people back to work, shrink a soaring federal debt, end America's longest war, unite a divided country and prevent Iran from building a bomb that could unnerve the world.
By WAYNE PARRYAssociated Press
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) - It is one of the icons of America, the backdrop to a thousand stories - the place where Tony Soprano's nightmares unfolded, where Nucky Thompson built his "Boardwalk Empire," where Snooki and The Situation brought reality TV to the
By ELLIOT SPAGATAssociated Press
SAN DIEGO (AP) - Whoever wins Tuesday's election for mayor of the nation's eighth-largest city will represent a break from the past.
A win by Councilman Carl DeMaio would make San Diego the largest U.S. city by far to choose an openly gay Republican
By JENNIFER PELTZ and RACHEL COHENAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - With people in storm-ravaged areas still shivering without electricity and the death toll in New York City at more than 40, many New Yorkers recoiled at the prospect of police officers being assigned to protect a marathon.
By The Associated Press
New York struggles back 2 days after killer storm
NEW YORK (AP) - Flights resumed, but slowly. The New York Stock Exchange got back to business, but on generator power. And with the subways still down, great numbers of people walked across the Brooklyn Bridge into
By JENNIFER PELTZ and LEANNE ITALIEAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - Flights resumed, but slowly. The New York Stock Exchange got back to business, but on generator power. And with the subways still down, great numbers of people walked across the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan in a reverse of
By DAVID B. CARUSO and TOM HAYSAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - Two days after a paralyzing flood, officials announced plans Wednesday to open the undamaged parts of the massive subway and suburban rail systems that are so essential to life in New York City.
The city's transit headaches,
By DAVID KOENIG and JOSHUA FREEDAP Airlines Writers
Travel in the Northeast creaked back into motion Wednesday as Superstorm Sandy receded, allowing workers to check runways and railroad tracks for water damage.
It was a grinding, patchy recovery that made it clear that stranded travelers will