The U.S. economy went into reverse in the first three months of this year as a severe winter and a widening trade deficit took a harsher toll than initially estimated.
Canadian researchers this week announced the discovery of a battery reaction that could pave the way for the "holy grail of electrochemical energy storage."
Federal regulators could be significantly overstating the public health benefits of air quality rules, according to a recent study by Indiana University researchers.
U.S. Steel will not temporarily shut down its Granite City mill as planned but will keep one of its two blast furnaces operating and idle only 80 workers, officials said Thursday.
The legislation would make it a misdemeanor offense to sell products consisting solely or primarily of caffeine that's manufactured into a crystalline, liquid or powdered form.
Commercial laundries dramatically curbed safety issues at their facilities over the previous five years, according to a survey by an industry group.
Volvo announced Thursday that drivers will soon be able to connect their smartwatches to their cars.
Automakers and governments are starting to announce the models covered by last week's massive expansion of a Takata air bag recall.
By the end of the year, nearly every major automaker will begin offering Apple's CarPlay or Google's Android Auto, two systems that effectively turn a car's dashboard screen into a smartphone.
Represented career fields include agriculture, IT and advanced manufacturing.
Severe flooding shut down some oil wells and a Houston-area terminal but spared most of Texas' massive oil industry.
The U.S. Air Force has certified SpaceX for military space launch.
Nearly all of the nation's largest publicly traded manufacturers cite the labor force as a risk to their businesses, according to a recent report.
General Motors Co. says it's returning a second shift and 500 workers to a Michigan plant to build the new Chevrolet Camaro.
A recently released report calls for "thoughtful" state and federal investments to bolster 3D printing technology in local manufacturing clusters.
The rival group to the United Auto Workers union at the Volkswagen plant in Tennessee brands itself as local, independent and free of outside influence or political agenda.
Amtrak said it will install video cameras inside locomotive cabs to record the actions of train engineers, a move that follows a deadly derailment earlier this month in which investigators are searching for clues to the train engineer's actions before the crash.
Hammered by cheaper oil, drilling firms have laid off workers and dragged job growth lower in states from Texas to North Dakota.
Reynolds, the maker of Camel and Pall Mall cigarettes, is creating another competitor by selling its Kool, Salem, Winston, and Maverick brands to the U.K.'s Imperial Tobacco for $7.1 billion. To get the deal done, Reynolds is also selling Lorillard's dominant Blu e-cigarette brand to Imperial in addition to a Greensboro, North Carolina plant.
Officials say Cumberland County leaders have helped Kansas City Sausage partner with swine powerhouse Smithfield Foods to open a sausage production plant that will create 177 jobs in Sampson County.