• FBI: 3 ‘suspicious devices’ found at New Mexico power plant

    FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) — The FBI says it’s investigating the discovery of three “suspicious devices” found at the Four Corners Power Plant near Farmington.

  • New Mexico not expected to fight EPA’s emission-cutting rule

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico properly prepared for President Barack Obama’s efforts to cut greenhouse gases from power plants and won’t be among the many Republican-led states expected to fight the plan, state Environment Department Secretary Ryan Flynn said Monday.

    Updated: 5:09 pm

  • President Barack Obama speaks about his Clean Power Plan, Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in the East Room at the White House in Washington. The president is mandating even steeper greenhouse gas cuts from U.S. power plants than previously expected, while granting states more time and broader options to comply. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

    Obama power plant rules spark 2016 fight over climate change

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama’s sweeping new power plant regulations are thrusting the divisive debate over climate change into the race for the White House, with candidates in both parties seeing an opportunity to capitalize.

  • AP sources: Battista stepping down as Sabres executive

    Two people familiar with the decision say Buffalo Sabres vice president of hockey-related business Joe Battista is leaving the team.

  • This file combo made from file photos shows the AT&T logo on the side of a corporate office in Springfield, Ill., left, and a DirecTV satellite dish atop a home in Los Angeles. AT&T on Monday, Aug. 3, 2015 is unveiling a new package that combines traditional TV and wireless services as it seeks to broaden its offerings following its $48.5 billion purchase of satellite TV company DirecTV about a week ago. (AP Photo/File)

    AT&T, as new owner of DirecTV, offers TV-wireless discount

    NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T customers will save $10 a month and get a single bill for their TV and wireless services under a new package the company is offering after its $48.5 billion purchase of satellite TV company DirecTV 10 days ago.

    Updated: 1:05 pm

  • Traders Anthony Riccio, left, and Michael Urkonis work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Monday, Aug. 3, 2015. Stocks are opening slightly lower in the U.S. as energy companies slide along with the price of crude oil. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

    Energy stocks lead a modest decline in early trading

    TOKYO (AP) — Asian stocks mostly fell Tuesday as weak Chinese manufacturing weighed on sentiment and investors looked ahead to a U.S. jobs report later this week that could cement expectations for a Fed interest rate hike.

    Updated: 9:24 pm

  • Rail Runner train service expected to resume Monday

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Rail Runner train service is back on track after repairs to a short section of track washed out by flash flooding Friday evening.

    Updated: 9:36 am

  • In this July 27, 2015 file photo, Republican presidential candidate, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks in Orlando, Fla. The largest Florida corporate donor to a “super” political committee backing former Gov. Jeb Bush’s presidential run is NextEra Energy, the company that owns electric utility giant Florida Power & Light.  (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)

    Pro-Bush super PAC received $1M from Florida power company

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The largest Florida corporate donor to a super political action committee backing former Gov. Jeb Bush’s presidential run is NextEra Energy Inc., the company that owns electric utility giant Florida Power & Light.

  • President Barack Obama speaks about his Clean Power Plan, Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in the East Room at the White House in Washington. The president is mandating even steeper greenhouse gas cuts from U.S. power plants than previously expected, while granting states more time and broader options to comply. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

    Who wins and loses under Obama’s stricter power plant limits

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama sought to clamp down Monday on power plant emissions with a federal plan that — if successful — would attempt to slow global warming by dramatically shifting the way Americans get and use electricity.

    Updated: 5:23 pm

  • FILE- In this Sept. 5, 1945, file photo, the skeleton of a Catholic Church, foreground, and an unidentified building, center, are all that remaining the blast center area after the atomic bomb of Hiroshima, Japan. On two days in August 1945, U.S. planes dropped two atomic bombs, one on Hiroshima, one on Nagasaki, the first and only time nuclear weapons have been used. Their destructive power was unprecedented, incinerating buildings and people, and leaving lifelong scars on survivors, not just physical but also psychological, and on the cities themselves. Days later, World War II was over. (AP Photo, File)

    AP WAS THERE: US drops atomic bombs on Japan in 1945

    EDITOR’S NOTE: On two days in August 1945, U.S. planes dropped two atomic bombs — one on Hiroshima, one on Nagasaki, the only times nuclear weapons have been used. Their unprecedented destructive power incinerated buildings and people and left lifelong physical and psychological scars on survivors and on the cities themselves. “Practically all living things, human and animal, were literally seared to death,” an AP story reported. A few days later, Japan announced its unconditional surrender. World War II was effectively over.