Aerospace giant Boeing says it will cut 300 jobs in Australia, primarily fixed-term contractors, as its aircraft programmes mature in the country. This was always our intention when the companys aircraft programmes stabilised at full production rates, said Boeing in a statement.
The Utica Comets picked up a pair of one-goal American Hockey League victories over the weekend to improve to 20-23-3-4 overall on the season. They defeated the Toronto Marlies, 2-1, at the Ricoh Coliseum Sunday afternoon, a day after downing the Rochester Americans by the same score on Saturday in front of a packed house at the Utica Memorial Auditorium. With the wins the Comets have collected a point in 11 of its past 14 games
The end of the government shutdown may have brought NASA back online, but it will take the space agency a few days to get back up to speed, officials say. NASA Headquarters and all 10 of the agency’s research and operations centers were open by Thursday afternoon (Oct
Visitors poured off the ferry Thursday to greet the nation’s gatekeeper. NBC’s Katy Tur reports. By Elisha Fieldstadt, NBC News The Statue of Liberty reopened to visitors Thursday during an Independence Day ceremony, eight months after the island Lady Liberty calls home wasflooded and destroyed by Superstorm Sandy
CSU Channel Islands will remain closed Friday, a day after officials evacuated the Camarillo campus and the nearby University Glen neighborhood after they were threatened by the Springs fire. Friday typically is a light day for academic classes, said university spokeswoman Nancy Gill. It makes sense at this point.
OAKLEY — Freedom High School has moved into the finals of a national competition that could bring it a truckload of technology. And anyone who wants to see that happen can give the Oakley campus a thumbs up with the click of a mouse
Security personnel outnumbered the crowds of Chinese protesting against Japan outside its embassy on Sunday, a day after demonstrations over islands that both nations claim spread across China and turned violent. Japan's leader said the dispute was affecting the safety of Japanese citizens in China.
JAPAN has agreed to buy a group of islands disputed with China from their private owners, a government official said today, prompting an angry rebuke from China a day after Chinese President Hu Jintao warned against such an “illegal” move.
Shares of Osiris Therapeutics traded higher Friday, a day after Canadian regulators approved the company's first-of-a-kind stem cell therapy Prochymal, a treatment for a deadly side effect of bone marrow transplants.