Hundreds of Amtrak employees have slipped past the railroad’s drug-and-alcohol testing regime in recent years, a new report says, even as management has pledged to tighten screening in the wake of a fatal 2016 crash.
Heads of state are bypassing standard government processes and going to the president himself to discuss policy. Donald Trump has embraced the one-on-one discussions, drawing on his business background, but aides worry the approach can sow confusion.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 863,000 of its vehicles in the U.S. after some didn’t meet federal emissions standards.
British lawmakers are expected to vote against leaving the European Union without agreeing terms for Britain’s withdrawal, a decision likely to delay the country’s planned departure this month.
Two major Blue Cross Blue Shield insurers plan to tie up in a deal that will bring together powerful regional players that generate about $16 billion in combined revenue and cover more than six million people. Cambia Health Solutions and Blue Cross and Blue S…
The U.S. Department of Transportation has shown a pattern of lax regulation that at times has frustrated airlines, lawmakers and fliers.
The Trump administration proposed a $4.7 trillion budget that would sharply reduce spending on safety-net programs, while effectively exempting the Pentagon from strict spending caps set to take effect in fiscal year 2020.
U.K. Parliament votes Tuesday to ease its exit from the EU, but some in the financial industry have already voted on their own path forward—moving offices and billions to competing financial centers elsewhere in Europe.
President Trump will request $8.6 billion to fund construction of additional barriers along the southern border in his fiscal 2020 budget proposal to be released Monday, an administration official said.
The world’s central banks, boxed in with few policy tools available, are engaged in a major policy reversal to ensure major economies don’t sink into unexpected recession.