Edition:
International

James Kelleher

Chinese espionage cases touch DuPont, Motorola

Feb 09 2012

SAN FRANCISCO/CHICAGO U.S. prosecutors expanded a criminal case over the alleged theft of industrial secrets from chemical giant DuPont, securing an indictment against a Chinese company on economic espionage-related charges.

Chinese espionage cases touch DuPont, Motorola

Feb 09 2012

SAN FRANCISCO/CHICAGO U.S. prosecutors expanded a criminal case over the alleged theft of industrial secrets from chemical giant DuPont , securing an indictment against a Chinese company on economic espionage-related charges.

Chinese espionage cases touch DuPont, Motorola

Feb 08 2012

SAN FRANCISCO/CHICAGO U.S. prosecutors expanded a criminal case over the alleged theft of industrial secrets from chemical giant DuPont , securing an indictment against a Chinese company on economic espionage-related charges.

Navistar, Pickens in natural-gas truck push

Feb 01 2012

LISLE, Illinois Truck and engine maker Navistar International Corp is joining forces with Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens in a bid to get more natural-gas-powered heavy trucks on U.S. roadways.

Wisconsin judge agrees to hear challenge to voter ID law

Jan 19 2012

A Wisconsin judge agreed on Thursday to hear a challenge to the state's new voter ID law, passed last year by lawmakers concerned about ballot-box fraud but which critics say suppresses voting by the elderly and poor.

FBI data shows spike in U.S. firearm purchases in 2011

Jan 05 2012

CHICAGO The FBI performed a record number of instant background checks on would-be firearm buyers in 2011 as Americans went on an apparent gun-buying spree, according to new government data.

FBI data shows spike in U.S. firearm purchases in 2011

Jan 05 2012

CHICAGO The FBI performed a record number of instant background checks on would-be firearm buyers in 2011 as Americans went on an apparent gun-buying spree, according to new government data.

World News

Air strikes, rockets drag Israel-Gaza conflict into sixth day

GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel pummelled Gaza with air strikes and Palestinian militants launched rocket barrages at Israel on Saturday, with no sign yet of an imminent end to the worst escalation in years after six days of conflict and amid a rising death toll.