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U.S., Canada set sweeping oil train safety rules

The braking requirement applies only to the U.S., but Raitt said Canadian regulators are moving on a separate, faster track to adopt a new braking standard. Officials estimated the cost of the

St. Louis sinkhole

Workmen stand outside a 30-foot deep sinkhole that appeared in a busy street in Industry, a suburb of Los Angeles, early January 11, 1995. A motorist drove into the hole but was rescued with minor

California homeowners face higher insurance costs after

"We've heard from the industry that labor shortages and the cost of building materials has increased," said Ruiz. "The tariff on Canadian products is raising prices because the U.S. uses a lot of

Dakota Access and Keystone Pipelines Revived: Why Does It

A State Department report issued during the Obama administration found that the project would create 1,950-3,900 direct construction jobs depending on whether the work was spread over one year or two.

Women in tech: The numbers don't add up

This story is part of Solving for XX, a CNET special report exploring what people and companies are doing to make the tech industry more diverse, more equitable and more welcoming to women. There

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Employment Background Checks: What They're Really Looking

Snap reports record revenues, but struggles to add users Struggling social media company gets a badly needed boost in growth, while its losses narrowed Feb 5

Who benefits from revived Keystone XL and Dakota Access

President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that construction would move forward on the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, both of which had stalled under the Obama administration.

Lumber tariffs are making new homes even more costly

The industry group met with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Tuesday to plead their case to relax the tariffs on Canadian lumber, which they say are adding to supply woes as the price of lumber

How would the Keystone pipeline affect U.S. gas prices

Keystone would transport crude oil from the tar sands regions of the Canadian West, across parts of the U.S. Midwest and down to refineries on the Gulf Coast for potential export overseas.

State of the solar industry: 10 stats to know

The report also stated that the industry grew 53% in the last four years, adding nearly 50,000 jobs. Currently, there are more than 143,000 people employed by the solar industry today.

Florida Bridge Collapse: Design Change Put Project Behind

MIAMI --Construction of the broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this report. U.S. More U.S. Meghan McCain: I won't forget Trump's comments about my

Best and craziest high-end wireless speakers

It's a stereo speaker pair that features an acrylic construction. While the company suggests the speakers are quite rugged and portable, at $3,680 we'd be content leaving these on a sidetable.

Why natural gas is the future -- not coal

The EIA reports that the industry will expand gas capacity by 8 percent over the next two years. And the power companies themselves say they prefer gas because its cheaper and -- perhaps with

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