Cuomo calls on President Trump for help with 'intolerable' Penn Station

(NEW YORK) -- New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has turned to President Trump to help fix an "intolerable" Pennsylvania Station he referred to as "claustrophobic, threatening and crumbling."

In a letter to the president, Cuomo called for the governme... Read More

TPP countries agree to keep trade deal alive without US

(HANOI, Vietnam) -- Members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership have decided to revive their controversial trade deal without the United States.

This comes after Trump signed an executive order in January withdrawing the U.S. from the trade agree... Read More

AT&T workers begin weekend strike

(NEW YORK) -- More than 20,000 AT&T employees went on strike Friday afternoon as part of a weekend protest to demand more protections for staffers in retail and call centers.

Among those on the three-day strike include call-center employee... Read More

Trump signs $110 billion arms deal in Saudi Arabia

(NEW YORK) -- President Trump signed a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia on Saturday, the initial day of his first foreign trip since taking office.

"That was a tremendous day. Tremendous investments in the United States," Trump sai... Read More

Man subdued after incident on American Airlines flight to Honolulu

(HONOLULU) -- A man who had been arrested at LAX airport early Friday morning was later subdued after causing a “disturbance” that alarmed flight attendants and an off-duty officer on an American Airlines flight to Honolulu.

Am... Read More

Appeals court strikes down FAA drone registration rule

(NEW YORK) -- Hobbyists who buy new drones no longer have to register the aircraft with the Federal Aviation Administration, according to an appeals court Read More

US stocks close higher as investors shake off turmoil in Washington

(NEW YORK) -- Wall Street had a second straight day of gains as investors shrugged off worries about political turmoil in Washington, D.C.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 141.82 (+0.69 percent) to finish at 20,804.84.

Th... Read More

Yale dean placed on leave after calling people 'white trash' on Yelp

(NEW HAVEN, CT) -- A Yale University dean has been placed on leave after writing controversial remarks on her Yelp reviews of local businesses, including calling people who dined at one restaurant "white trash."

Screenshots obtained by Yal... Read More

Trump intends to renegotiate NAFTA as early as August

(WASHINGTON) -- The White House has formally told Congress that the Trump administration plans to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, starting a countdown clock until talks between the United States, Canada and Mexico can begin in Au... Read More

Classic Disney animation art headed to auction

(NEW YORK) -- A collection of original art from Walt Disney Studios will soon be open for public auction.

Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers and Turner Classic Movies (TCM) will present the movie memorabilia auction, "An Important Animation Art ... Read More

TSA adding additional agents ahead of busy summer travel season

(NEW YORK) -- Even as experts project that a record 234.1 million passengers will take to the skies on U.S. airlines this summer, the Transportation Security Administration says it's prepared for the travel onslaught.

Last summer -- which ... Read More

Chanel draws criticism from indigenous Australians with thousand-dollar boomerang

(NEW YORK) -- Chanel's latest addition to its high-fashion sports equipment line is drawing accusations of cultural appropriation. The French fashion house announced it would sell a resin-polished, wooden boomerang embellished with the brand's iconic... Read More

Consumer advocates urge investigation of mystery BMW fires

(WASHINGTON) — Officials from two leading auto safety organizations are calling for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the federal agency tasked with investigating potential defects, to investigate a series of fires in ... Read More

Starbucks testing coffee ice cubes in 100 stores

(ST. LOUIS) — It's an iced-coffee lover's summer dream come true.

Starbucks on Monday began testing coffee ice cubes in iced coffee drinks in two markets, St. Louis and Baltimore, according to spokesperson Holly Shafer. She called it... Read More