• Correction: Ford-Scooters story

    NEW YORK (AP) — In a story Nov. 8 about Ford buying electric scooter company Spin, The Associated Press reported erroneously the owner of Ford Go Bike. Motivate owns the bike share system, not Ford, which is a lead sponsor.

  • US stock indexes edge lower after a big post-election surge

    BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets fell Friday after a post-election Wall Street rally faded amid expectations of U.S. interest rate hikes despite the Federal Reserve’s decision to hold off this week.

  • Investors wonder if earnings growth is as good as it’ll get

    NEW YORK (AP) — Here’s the challenge when something’s as good as it gets: What comes next?

  • Newly empowered Dems take aim at Trump business conflicts

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Beyond trying to get their hands on the Holy Grail of President Donald Trump’s business dealings — his tax returns — House Democrats are prepared to use their new majority and subpoena power to go after financial records that could back up their claims that he’s using his presidency to enrich himself and his family.

  • With split Congress, prospect for economic deals looks dim

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump floated the idea Wednesday of partnering with the newly Democratic-led House on two ideas that could prove popular with voters: Increasing spending on America’s infrastructure and limiting drug prices.

  • Live-streaming a marshland for fun – and science

    PLYMOUTH, Mass. (AP) — If a tree falls in the Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary, it doesn’t matter if there’s no one around. You can hear it anyway.

  • Obama’s health insurance overhaul a winner in midterms

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The personality looming over the 2018 midterms was President Donald Trump. The issue was health care, the top concern for voters as they decided how to cast their ballots.

  • Stocks gain after midterms as tech, health care, energy rise

    SINGAPORE (AP) — Asian markets rose on Thursday after the U.S. midterm elections went as expected, soothing fears of a sudden shift on trade and economic policies.

  • With split Congress, prospect for economic deals looks dim

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump floated the idea Wednesday of partnering with the newly Democratic-led House on two ideas that could prove popular with voters: Increasing spending on America’s infrastructure and limiting drug prices.

  • With split Congress, prospect for economic deals looks dim

    WASHINGTON (AP) — With Democrats now in control of the House, President Donald Trump faces a tough test of whether he can forge compromises with a group of lawmakers who, he had warned his supporters, would wreck the U.S. economy.