WASHINGTON— Congress has sent President Barack Obama a bill to keep highway and transit aid flowing to states for another two months and prevent shutdown of summer construction projects. It's the 33rd time in more than six years that Congress has resorted to a temporary patch to keep transportation programs going, 12 bills specific to highway and transit...» Read More
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Congress is inching toward a solution to the government's highway funding crisis that is about as structurally sound as a sand castle.
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Dorchester Collection hotels in California face more protests over their owner's ties to severe Islamic law penalties in Brunei.
Rideshare drivers in Seattle are seeking to start an App-Based Drivers' Association.