Initial reports blame a utility worker doing maintenance near Yuma, Ariz., for triggering the massive blackout that affected residents across a large swath of southern California and Mexico.
A widespread blackout in the Southwest has sent two nuclear reactors offline, interrupted commutes, and left people and food struggling with temperatures as high as 115 degrees.
Southwest Airlines fuselage failure wasn't expected to happen so soon, Boeing says. Of 80 planes ordered for inspection in US by FAA, all but two belong to Southwest Airlines.
Southwest Airlines is inspecting 79 of its Boeing 737-300 jets after an incident Friday when a three-foot section of the overhead fuselage ripped open. The airline canceled 300 flights Sunday.
Boeing 787 testing has been put on hold, following an emergency landing in Texas when the crew flying a 787 jetliner reported smoke in the aircraft. One person was injured exiting the Boeing 787 at a Laredo airport Tuesday.
A package covered in swastikas and containing a suspicious white powder was sent to Arizona congressman Raul Grijalva, Thursday. The powder has been sent for testing.
McCain, after surviving a tough Republican primary, met his Democratic challenger Rodney Glassman and two other candidates Sunday for the only debate before the November election. McCain pointed to the ease at which illegal immigrants can enter the US as both a national security and human rights issue.
An FDA alert expands the romaine lettuce recall to companies in California and Oklahoma, although the likelihood of consumers getting contaminated lettuce now is 'remote.'
The cost for adding 600 miles of new barriers is $2.4 billion so far. The new fencing has been breached more than 3,000 times, a government report finds.