SEATTLE—Boeing plans to make staffing cuts in the aerospace company’s finance and human resources departments in 2023, with a loss of around 2,000 jobs, the company said.
A crew member remains missing and two others were rescued from a crab boat that sank near Willapa Bay in southwest Washington on Sunday evening, according to the US Coast Guard.
AUBURN, Wash.—A single winning ticket for a $754.6 million Powerball jackpot was sold in a Seattle suburb.
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Vice Chairman Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) sent a letter (pdf) to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday, questioning him about crucial data Meta’s Facebook platform shared with developers in China in recent years.
A resolution introduced by Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) and Rep. Andy Barr (R-Ky.) to prevent the Biden administration from promoting a “woke capital agenda” has the support of more than 100 conservative leaders and organizations.
President Joe Biden will seek to paint an image of economic recovery during his State of the Union speech.
PLYMOUTH, Mass.—A Massachusetts woman used exercise bands to strangle her three children in the family home in a well-planned assault while her husband was out for about 20 minutes picking up medicine at a pharmacy and takeout, a prosecutor said at her arraignment Tuesday.
Republicans gave a mixed reaction to President Joe Biden’s first statements in his State of the Union address.
President Joe Biden announced he would require that government infrastructure projects utilize American-made products.
During his second State of the Union address, President Joe Biden touted The Affordable Insulin Now Act capping the cost of insulin at $35 per month for seniors, called on Congress to expand Medicare to cover everyone, and to make the Affordable Care Act permanent.
Tom Brady, an NFL quarterback who announced last week that this time he’s “retiring for good,” revealed on Monday that he will start his broadcasting venture with Fox Sports during the 2024 season.
ROME—Cybersecurity agencies in Europe are warning of ransomware attacks exploiting a 2-year-old computer bug as Italy experienced widespread internet outages.
A cargo plane approaching a Texas Airport on Feb. 4 had to reverse course to avoid a collision on the runway. According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), a second plane was cleared for take off on the same runway.
MILLER PLACE, N.Y.—An 82-year-old woman was pronounced dead at a New York nursing home but found to be breathing three hours later at the funeral home where she had been taken, authorities said.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS, Ill.—Fire crews were battling a large fire Monday at a suburban Chicago warehouse that produced a towering smoke plume visible for miles, a city spokesman said.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Feb. 6 announced a plan to ban the use of TikTok on state-issued devices.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico—Three tourists from the U.S. mainland were stabbed in Puerto Rico early Monday after police said someone told them to stop filming in a renowned seaside community known as La Perla that is popular with visitors.
Former President Donald Trump is appealing a judge’s decision to impose sanctions against him and his legal team after dismissing his lawsuit against Hillary Clinton.
A dolphin skull was discovered at Detroit Metropolitan Airport in late January.
DES MOINES, Iowa—The Powerball jackpot grew to an estimated $747 million after no one beat the odds and won the top prize in Saturday night’s drawing.
BRYAN, Texas—On a bitterly cold January morning, a helicopter soars above central Texas farmland. The four passengers hanging outside the aircraft are hunting—going after feral hogs, an invasive species in the southeastern United States.