New research finds that people who use it the most tend to use it like a credit card, instead of a credit card. And that's regardless of income.
In 2020, the United States experienced one of its most dangerous years in decades. But in 2023, crime in America looked very different.
Passengers on the flight before Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 allegedly heard and reported the sound “coming from the vicinity of the door plug.”
Gov. Mike Dunleavy said that sending 100 additional Alaska National Guard soldiers to Texas would cost about $1 million a month.
Justices are reviewing Colorado's disqualification of Donald Trump from its state primary ballot because he allegedly engaged in an insurrection.
According to preliminary NTSB findings, four key bolts were "missing" when a door plug blew off an Alaska Airlines 737 Max 9 in midair last month.
Tuesday's decision comes at a crucial time for both Donald Trump and the federal case against him. He has said he will appeal the ruling.
The emergency plan establishes a “command center,” where city, county and state staff will triage individual fentanyl users' resource needs.
Boeing's CEO said the company is focused on improving production after a fuselage panel blew off an Alaska Airlines 737 Max 9 jet in midair.
The discovery could solve the mystery of Earhart's disappearance with aviator Fred Noonan over the Pacific Ocean on a 1937 flight around the globe.
Demand for lithium and other rare metals is soaring. But more than half of these mineral projects are on or near the lands of Indigenous peoples.
The FAA has approved the Boeing 737 Max 9 to begin flying again, clearing the way for the planes to return to the skies as early as Friday.
New revelations from an alleged whistleblower suggest Boeing could be at fault in this month's door plug blowout on a Alaska Airlines 737 Max 9.
Donald Trump's 11-point victory over his last major GOP challenger, Nikki Haley, signals the start of his rematch against President Joe Biden.
In 2021 Wyoming led the nation in gun suicide rates, followed by Montana and Alaska. Survivors and health officials are working to change that.
Boeing's latest safety lapse renews concerns about its Beltway influence, and federal regulators' delegation of oversight authority to its employees.
Researchers reviewing dozens of studies looking at the quality of care children receive across pediatric specialties found widespread inequities.
The aircraft maker is under renewed pressure to strengthen quality management. But critics say a fundamental cultural shift is needed.
Donald Trump received more than half the vote in Monday's caucuses, as the GOP base remains committed to him despite his criminal indictments.
The lawsuit against Spirit AeroSystems doesn't specifically mention door plug systems like the one that failed last week, but adds to growing scrutiny.
Agency officials said the No. 1 reason passengers give for bringing guns to security checkpoints is that they forgot they were carrying them.
The airline said that it would cancel 110 to 150 flights a day, while the Max 9 planes remain grounded after last week's in-flight blowout.
Culling predators is appealing because it is a tangible action — even when evidence suggests the true threat facing Alaska’s caribou is much more complex.
U.S. regulators are deciding whether to block Fred Meyer owner Kroger's $24.6 billion purchase of Carrs owner Albertsons.
Flight crew said Friday's Boeing 737 Max 9 flight was chaotic, "loud" and "very violent" after a paneled-over door flew off during a Portland departure.
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