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  • Floodwaters surround homes and cars on February 22, 2017, in San Jose, California.

    California's governor is looking to "bolster" the state's dam safety and flood protection efforts, including spending nearly $450 million.

  • Using PPP on the road to infrastructure funding: CEO

    You need to think of infrastructure more as an investment than a cost, says Scott Rechler, RXR Realty CEO, talking about why it makes sense to fund infrastructure projects through public-private partnerships.

  • NEW YORK— Federal border officials say they were looking for a fugitive, not doing a random immigration check, when they met a plane at New York City's Kennedy Airport and asked passengers for their IDs. U.S. Customs and Border Protection says in a statement that two of its officers met the Delta jet Wednesday evening after its flight from San Francisco in an...

  • Beginning in mid-June, the low-cost European carrier will launch one-way flights from Stewart International Airport in Orange County, New York, T.F. Green Airport in Providence, Rhode Island, and Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Connecticut to destinations in Ireland and the United Kingdom. This compares to one-way New York to Dublin air ticket...

  • FRANKFURT/ LONDON, Feb 23- Brussels Airport is being prepared for a potential sale as one of its owners is planning an exit from Belgium's main hub, according to several people close to the matter. Brussels is Europe's 26th largest airport, located in Zaventum just outside the city which houses the main European Union and NATO headquarters. Brussels airport is the...

  • A dump truck travels through the open pit at the Tavan Tolgoi coal deposit on Tsogtsetsii, Ömnögovi Province, Mongolia, on Friday, July 22, 2016.

    Coal miners operating in Mongolia are betting on China's massive "One Belt, One Road" program to access new markets.

  • The incident Monday at New York's Kennedy Airport is being investigated by the Transportation Security Administration, the agency that was created to protect the nation's airports after the 2001 attacks. "Mistakes happen, but they're supposed to be there to protect our lives," said Kylie Welsh, who returned to Boston from a trip to Pittsburgh on Wednesday.

  • PHILADELPHIA— Computer troubles are causing problems for American Airlines' passengers at Philadelphia International Airport. American spokeswoman Katie Cody says American's system did not return at 4 a.m. Wednesday after the airport conducted a planned internet outage overnight. As a result, American must manually check in passengers and has halted all...

  • DUBAI, United Arab Emirates— Dubai's government says an arbitration tribunal has cleared port operator DP World of allegations of wrongdoing over its operation of an East African port. The government of Djibouti brought a legal challenge against Dubai's state-backed DP World in 2014 over its 50- year deal to operate the Doraleh Container Terminal, accusing...

  • PHILADELPHIA— Authorities say shipping has reached record levels at the Philadelphia port. Companies from Chile, Peru, and Panama export fruit to Philadelphia instead of Baltimore or Newark. Philadelphia has also seen a massive increase in containers carrying household appliances and beer.

  • A member of the U.S. Army walks through John F. Kennedy International Airport, June 30, 2016.

    Eleven people walked through an unscreened security lane at JFK Airport Monday morning and apparently boarded flights, officials told NBC News.

  • LANTANA, Fla.— President Donald Trump wants small businesses to thrive, but his frequent Mar-a-Lago visits have flight schools and other companies at a nearby airport in a financial nosedive. The Secret Service closed Lantana Airport on Friday for the third straight weekend because of the president's return to his Palm Beach resort, meaning its maintenance...

  • BERLIN— A union representing ground staff has called on its members to go on strike at Berlin's two airports, leading to the cancelation of some 210 flights. The ver.di union said the strikes were taking place Thursday between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m. at the German capital's Tegel and Schoenefeld airports. The airport said both incoming and outgoing flights were...

  • BERLIN, Feb 15- Ground staff will go on strike again at Berlin's two airports on Thursday, union Verdi said on Wednesday, following walkouts last week over a pay dispute. Verdi wants pay for ground staff, whose roles include checking in passengers, loading and unloading planes and directing them on the tarmac, to be raised to 12 euros an hour from about 11 euros as part...

  • LISBON, Portugal— Lisbon's growing popularity with foreigners is compelling the Portuguese government to adapt a military airport for commercial flights. The number of visitors to Lisbon grew by more than 8 percent last year, after a 5 percent increase in 2015.. Passengers arriving in Montijo will travel 13 kilometers by ferry or 32 kilometers by road into...

  • MANILA, Philippines— The Philippine government is considering adding airports to serve the capital Manila and nearby areas, including a sprawling airport city complex that could handle 100 million passengers a year, officials said Wednesday. Transport Undersecretary Roberto Lim said a multi-airport system could include the present airport in Manila, an...

  • Bombardier takes part in India's infrastructure build

    Harsh Dhingra of Bombardier Transportation talks about the company's role in developing metro projects in India.

  • Authorities say that security screeners and airport workers helped smuggle 20 tons of cocaine through Puerto Rico during an 18- year operation that ended only last year. After making sure there were no drug-sniffing police dogs around, Ortiz loaded the bags on planes and then called a colleague to signal that it was safe for the smugglers to board the plane,...

  • Rocky road for California train

    CNBC's Aditi Roy reports on the future of high-speed rail in the country under the Trump administration.

  • BERLIN— Hundreds of passengers at Hamburg Airport were evacuated and more than a dozen flights canceled after some 68 people were injured by a hazardous material that likely spread through the airport's air conditioning system. The airport said in a statement that police and firefighters had concluded from their initial investigation the substance most...