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  • WASHINGTON, Aug 26- Oshkosh Corp will dominate the U.S. military's wheeled vehicle market after winning a $6.75 billion deal to build 17,000 armored trucks to replace the U.S. Army and Marine Corps' aging fleet of 140,000 Humvees, analysts said on Wednesday. The Army said Tuesday that Oshkosh beat AM General, the privately held maker of the original Humvees, and a...

  • Walker talks tough on China while campaigning in Iowa Wednesday, 26 Aug 2015 | 3:51 PM ET

    DENISON, Iowa— GOP presidential candidate Scott Walker renewed his call Wednesday for President Barack Obama to cancel an official state visit with the president of China, saying the move would not hurt trade with states like Iowa, where he was spending the day campaigning, or Wisconsin where he is governor. Walker defended the call on Wednesday when asked about...

  • DUBUQUE, Iowa— Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has opened up a new media feud, taking on another popular TV news personality even as his appearances continue to draw big ratings. Trump engaged in a prolonged confrontation Tuesday with Jorge Ramos, the Miami- based anchor for Univision, during a news conference in Dubuque, Iowa.

  • OSHKOSH, Wis.— Wisconsin- based Oshkosh Corp. won a major contract Tuesday to build a new combat vehicle to replace a large share of the U.S. military's Humvee troop carriers. The Army and Marine Corps plan to buy as many as 55,000 JLTVs by 2040. Nearly 49,100 would be built for the Army with 5,500 going to the Marines. Pentagon officials declined during a briefing for...

  • ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.— Tens of thousands of low-income New Mexicans will have more time to meet work and job-training requirements if they want to remain eligible for food stamps, state officials announced Tuesday. New Mexico Human Services Secretary Brent Earnest told The Associated Press that his department decided to delay implementation of the...

  • About 4,400 lawn mowers recalled due to gas tank leak Tuesday, 25 Aug 2015 | 11:04 AM ET

    NEW YORK— About 4,400 ride-on lawn mowers are being recalled because the gas tank can leak and cause a fire. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Tuesday that Scag Power Equipment, the maker of the lawn mowers, received five reports from customers of a gas tank leak. Scag is a unit of Metalcraft of Mayville Inc., a metal manufacturing company in Maryville,...

  • Tech startups want to change the way you drive Tuesday, 25 Aug 2015 | 11:00 AM ET

    SAN FRANCISCO— A veteran computer scientist hates sitting in his car at stop lights, so he creates software that makes the experience less annoying. A former engineering professor wants to double the range of today's electric vehicles. Entrepreneur and computer scientist Matt Ginsberg hates red lights.

  • District Judge Rudolph Randa in Milwaukee that it lacked jurisdiction to hear former CEO Laurie Bebo's constitutional challenge to the SEC administrative case against her until the regulator's proceedings have concluded. SEC spokesman John Nester declined to comment. They have halted SEC administrative proceedings on the grounds that the appointment...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 24- Jostling for position in the U.S. presidential race, candidates on Monday blamed Wall Street elites, the Federal Reserve, exposure to China, and President Barack Obama's spending policies for the market contagion from China's stock-market plunge. Because China's going bad it's going to bring us down, too, because we're so heavily coupled with...

  • SEC spokesman John Nester declined to comment. They have halted SEC administrative proceedings on the grounds that the appointment of judges who handle them is likely unconstitutional. The SEC has pursued more enforcement cases in-house rather than in federal court, using authority it obtained through the 2010 Dodd-Frank law.

  • Chris Christie on Friday for using taxpayer dollars to pay for his security detail's travel expenses as he campaigns across the country in his quest to win the Republican nomination for the White House. The New Jersey Working Families Alliance and New Jersey Citizen Action are among the plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed in Mercer County accusing Christie of...

  • It also was a win for the White House, which proposed the rules four years ago as part of an effort to go around an unwilling Congress in a bid to help low-wage workers through executive action. A federal judge had scrapped the Labor Department rules earlier this year after finding that the agency had overstepped its authority. But the U.S. Court of Appeals for the...

  • The Internet and telecommunications provider blocked personal mobile hotspots of convention visitors and exhibitors who used their own data plans instead of paying Smart City's fees for Wi-Fi signals, the FCC said. Smart City President Mark Haley said the company has occasionally used technologies to prevent wireless devices from interfering with...

  • *Energy shares lead decline as oil futures tank. Aug 19- U.S. stocks fell in choppy trading on Wednesday as minutes from the July Federal Reserve meeting confounded traders' expectations of an interest rate hike. "The Fed seemed to express concerns that international developments would weigh more on the inflation outlook than the economic outlook," said Brian...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 18- Republican presidential contender Scott Walker on Tuesday unveiled his healthcare plan: repeal Obamacare and replace it with age-based tax credits that Americans could use to offset the cost of purchasing their own coverage. Under his plan, the Wisconsin governor said he would give up to $3,000 directly to taxpayers to buy health...

  • MINNEAPOLIS— Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker's plan for replacing President Barack Obama's health care law would extend refundable tax credits to help pay for private health insurance based on age instead of income, restructure Medicaid and allow people to shop for insurance across state lines. The Wisconsin governor provided details of...

  • Agritourism growth sparks concerns over safety, liability Saturday, 15 Aug 2015 | 10:48 AM ET

    Farming is one of the more dangerous occupations in the U.S. mostly due to the machinery and equipment, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It isn't known how many agritourism-related injuries have occurred in the U.S., said Marsha Salzwedel, an agritourism safety specialist with the National Children's Center for Rural and...

  • Aug 14- Tyson Foods Inc on Friday said it is permanently ceasing beef production at its plant in Denison, Iowa, effective immediately, as cattle ranchers work to rebuild shrunken herds following the severe Midwestern drought. Tyson's Denison plant has a daily estimated slaughter capacity of about 2,000 head of cattle over a five-day work week, which represent 2...

  • States from Alabama to West Virginia that oppose the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan filed for the stay in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and asked for a ruling by Sept. 8, one year before states need to submit compliance plans to the EPA. "This rule is the most far-reaching energy regulation in the nation's history, and the EPA simply does not...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 6- Democratic presidential candidates will hold the first of six primary debates on October 13 in Nevada, the party said on Thursday, setting out a debate calendar that rivals of frontrunner Hillary Clinton say is insufficient. Announcing the calendar on the day of the first Republican primary debate, the Democratic National Committee set the...