A strong earthquake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires around the city of Osaka in western Japan, and at least three were killed.
Asian markets are mostly lower as the U.S. and China made moves to put tough tariffs in motion, setting off fears of trade tensions.
Giuliani says Trump might pardon former campaign chairman, others ensnared in Russia investigation once special counsel's work ends.
European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom says trade liberalization continues to have global momentum despite recent U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
The mayor and congressional delegate may top the ballot in Washington, D.C.'s primary on Tuesday, but the real drama for voters has to do with waiters, waitresses, bartenders and busboys.
A Nevada audit has found that a number of state boards and commissions are breaking state law by paying their directors more than the governor.
Hawaiian Airlines and Japan Airlines have submitted paperwork seeking to join forces to potentially bring hundreds of thousands of more people to Hawaii.
Rhode Island officials say the state's new "Fun-Sized" tourism campaign is working to the tune of $1.9 million in hotel bookings.
A regional theater company in Alaska has furloughed its employees after officials say it faced several years of financial problems.
Repairs are underway on the statue of a Maine harbor seal that is beloved by the town of Rockport.
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The Seattle-area public transit agency is expecting to award major construction contracts by the fall to extend the light rail to northern suburban cities.
Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea.
Japanese government data show the nation's exports to the U.S. grew 5.8 percent in May from a year ago as shipments of machinery and vehicles grew.
New York state to lead new offshore wind research and development effort.
Good news for upstate NY clothier Hickey Freeman; U.S. Senate farm bill would extend Wool Trust Fund program; House version would slash program in half.
Hundreds of thousands of people across Puerto Rico are struggling to breathe as asthma cases in the U.S. territory spike in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, raising concerns about deteriorating health conditions.
Vietnamese police have arrested eight more people after protests a week ago over a proposed law on special economic zones that protesters fear would fall in the hands of Chinese investors.
An electric motor manufacturing company plans to expand its current operations in Tennessee, an investment of $18 million expected to create 300 jobs.
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