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  • RICHMOND, Va.— Federal regulators say a proposed pipeline that would carry fracked natural gas for 300 miles across West Virginia and Virginia would have "significant" impacts on forests. But they say other adverse effects would be limited. The final environmental impact statement of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is largely favorable for...

  • WASHINGTON— It was at Oregon's Timberline Lodge, later known as a setting in the horror movie "The Shining," where Patrick Doyle earned his first real paycheck. The job didn't pay much. But Doyle quickly learned lessons that served him for years as he rose to become the CEO of Domino's, the pizza delivery giant:.

  • RICHMOND, Va.— A 303- mile pipeline that would carry fracked natural gas across West Virginia and Virginia would have "significant" impacts on forests but other adverse effects would be limited, federal regulators said Friday. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's final environmental impact statement is largely favorable for developers of the $3.5...

  • But the centerpiece of his plan would use $200 billion in government money to attract enough private investment to raise $1 trillion for infrastructure projects. Regardless, investors looking to bet on such an increase in infrastructure spending should also consider companies outside the U.S., says Josh Duitz, portfolio manager of the Alpine Global...

  • PARIS, June 22- Boeing won a race for new business at the Paris Airshow, rolling out a new model of its best-selling 737 airliner that helped it claim back the order crown from rival Airbus. "The MAX stole the show," Ihssane Mounir, vice president of sales and marketing at Boeing's commercial aircraft division, said. Asked if Airbus had lost momentum after years in which...

  • PARIS, June 22- Boeing won a red hot race for new business at the Paris Airshow, rolling out a new model of its best-selling 737 airliner that helped it claim back the order crown from rival Airbus. "The MAX stole the show," Ihssane Mounir, vice president of sales and marketing at Boeing's commercial aircraft division, told journalists. In a late flurry on Thursday...

  • WASHINGTON— The Latest on former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson's testimony before the House Intelligence Committee:. Jeh Johnson, the former head of the Homeland Security Department, told members of the House intelligence committee that because Trump "was predicting that the election was going to be rigged," the Obama administration was concerned...

  • House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA)

    The gunman was shot to death after opening fire at a congressional baseball practice and wounding five people.

  • NEW YORK— People have used crowdfunding sites to raise money for business ideas, help afford medical emergencies and even to pay for vacations. Now the concept is coming to college savings. Account holders can create webpages and share the links on Facebook, Twitter or in emails.

  • Preisdent Donald Trump attends a meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House June 12, 2017 in Washington, DC.

    Trump's party has gained seats in recent special elections, but Democrats have narrowed the spread.

  • RICHMOND, Va. _ CarMax Inc. on Wednesday reported fiscal first-quarter net income of $211.7 million. The average estimate of nine analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 98 cents per share. CarMax shares have decreased 8 percent since the beginning of the year, while the Standard& Poor's 500 index has climbed nearly 9 percent.

  • In this March 15, 2014, photo provided by Alfredo Flores, from left, Vice Admiral Michael Rogers; Paul Monteiro, vice chairman and co-Founder of Nowruz Commission; Bijan R. Kian and Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn talk during the Fifth Annual Nowruz Commission Gala at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington.

    Federal investigators are looking into Michael Flynn's former business partner over payments made to Flynn from foreign clients.

  • Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R-AZ)

    The Arizona Republican said North Korea "murdered" 22-year-old American student Otto Warmbier.

  • Otto Frederick Warmbier, a University of Virginia student who has been detained in North Korea since early January, attends a news conference in Pyongyang, North Korea, in this photo released by Kyodo February 29, 2016.

    What happened to Otto Warmbier baffles experts.

  • Otto Frederick Warmbier (C), a University of Virginia student who was detained in North Korea since early January, is taken to North Korea's top court in Pyongyang, North Korea, in this photo released by Kyodo March 16, 2016.

    Otto Warmbier, an American college student who was released by North Korea in a coma, has died in Ohio at age 22.

  • Recipe cards from a Blue Apron Holdings Inc. meal-kit delivery are arranged for a photograph in Tiskilwa, Illinois, U.S., on Wednesday, June 14, 2017.

    Blue Apron, facing a potential threat from Amazon's bid for Whole Foods Market, began marketing an IPO on Monday.

  • WASHINGTON, June 19- The top Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives is expected to reassure business leaders on Tuesday that tax reform is on track for this year, despite repeated delays and a string of political distractions from President Donald Trump. He will underscore the need for international corporate tax reforms in remarks to the National...

  • *Ruling could affect case about NFL's Washington Redskins. WASHINGTON, June 19- In a decision that could benefit the NFL's Washington Redskins, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a federal prohibition on disparaging trademarks as a constitutional violation in a major free speech ruling involving a band called The Slants. The National Football League...

  • WASHINGTON, June 19- The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that a law forbidding official registration of offensive trademarks unconstitutionally limits free speech in a case involving a band called The Slants, an outcome the government has said could lead to a proliferation of racial slurs as sanctioned trademarks. The ruling is expected to have a direct...

  • June 17- Two people who disrupted a controversial New York production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" took to social media on Saturday to defend their protest of the performance that portrays the assassinated Roman leader with an actor costumed to resemble U.S. Loomer, 24, was arrested for misdemeanor criminal tresspassing and disorderly conduct after...