Uvalde families sue Meta and Call of Duty maker on second anniversary of school attack

The families of a group of victims of the Uvalde school shooting have announced new lawsuits against Instagram parent company Meta Platforms, the maker of the video game Call of Duty and the gun company that made the assault rifle used in the...

Families of Marines killed in 2022 Osprey crash sue aircraft manufacturers Boeing, Bell, Rolls Royce

Families of four of the five Marines killed when their Osprey crashed in California in June of 2022 have filed a federal lawsuit alleging that the aircraft's manufacturers failed to address known mechanical failures that led to the deaths

China sanctions US defense-related companies and executives over Russia, Taiwan

China has sanctioned 12 defense-related U.S. companies and 10 executives over arms sales to Taiwan and to retaliate for earlier American sanctions on Chinese companies tied to Russia

Saudi Arabia's national carrier orders more than 100 new Airbus jets as it ramps up tourism push

Saudi Arabia’s national airline said Monday that it ordered more than 100 new Airbus jets, a reflection of the kingdom’s ambitious drive to lure more tourists

America's first Black astronaut candidate finally goes to space 60 years later on Bezos rocket

America's first Black astronaut candidate has finally made it to space 60 years later, flying with Jeff Bezos’ rocket company

Elon Musk arrives in Indonesia's Bali to launch Starlink satellite internet service

The billionaire arrived by private jet on the idyllic “island of the gods.”

Elon Musk arrives in Indonesia's Bali to launch Starlink satellite internet service

Elon Musk has arrived in Indonesia’s resort island of Bali to launch Starlink satellite internet service in the world’s largest archipelago nation

China publicizes for the first time what it claims is a 2016 agreement with Philippines

China has publicized for the first time what it claims is an unwritten 2016 agreement with the Philippines over access to South China Sea islands

US says it will return to Chad for talks to keep troops in the country

The U.S. military plans to return to Chad within a month for talks about revising an agreement that allows it to keep troops based there

Biden administration details how producers of sustainable aviation fuel will get tax credits

The Biden administration is out with new guidelines for tax credits for producers of sustainable aviation fuel

Croatian officials welcome the arrival of Rafale fighter jets purchased from France

The first six of 12 Rafale multipurpose fighter jets purchased by Croatia from France have landed at an air force base near Zagreb with a welcome ceremony attended by top officials

Texas Instruments, Mattel rise; General Dynamics, Teledyne fall, Wednesday, 4/24/2024

Stocks that are trading heavily or have substantial price changes on Wednesday: Texas Instruments, Mattel rise; General Dynamics, Teledyne fall

Boeing posts a $355 million loss as the plane maker tries to dig out from under its latest crisis

Boeing is reporting a $355 million loss for the first quarter

As airplane makers struggle to meet demand, Morocco wants to become a manufacturing hub

Moroccan officials are aiming to turn the country into an aviation hub, luring investors aiming to spread out their supply chains to more nations with available and affordable workers

As airplane makers struggle to meet demand, Morocco wants to become a manufacturing hub

Moroccan officials are aiming to turn the country into an aviation hub, luring investors aiming to spread out their supply chains to more nations with available and affordable workers

The US military will begin plans to withdraw troops from Niger

U.S. officials said that they will begin to withdraw troops from Niger but there is no timeline

The US attempts a new military deal with Niger in a last ditch effort to stay

Two Western officials have told The Associated Press that the United States is trying to create a new military agreement with Niger that would allow it to remain in the country, weeks after the junta said its presence was no longer justified

Boeing in the spotlight as Congress calls a whistleblower to testify about defects in planes

Boeing will be in the spotlight on Capitol Hill on Wednesday

The US ambassador to Japan says boosting arms industry ties is key to a stronger security alliance

The U.S. ambassador to Japan has urged Tokyo to take a greater role in developing, producing and supplying weapons “to enhance our collective security” amid conflict in Ukraine, Gaza and elsewhere

China sanctions 2 U.S. companies over 'support for arms sales to Taiwan'

China has sanctioned two U.S. companies over what it says is their support for arms sales to Taiwan, the self governing island democracy Beijing claims as its own territory to be recovered by force if necessary

China sanctions 2 U.S. companies over 'support for arms sales to Taiwan'

China has sanctioned two U.S. companies over what it says is their support for arms sales to Taiwan, the self governing island democracy Beijing claims as its own territory to be recovered by force if necessary