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  • Sept. 11 museum allowed to display Ground Zero cross-shaped beam

    NEW YORK — A cross-shaped steel beam pulled from the rubble of the collapsed World Trade Center in New York days after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks can be displayed in the national memorial museum at the site, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Monday....
  • Gov. taps new OIG, elections chief, hires House member

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced a number of significant appointments Friday afternoon, naming a new elections commissioner, a new port authority member, four new members on the board of corrections, making the acting inspector general permanent and re-...
  • APM Terminals finds buyer for Portsmouth facility

    APM Terminals sale of Portsmouth facility could allow state to renegotiate lease
    The state's $1.16 billion deal with a private firm that officials blame for driving the Virginia Port Authority deeply into the red could be restructured now that the company has agreed to sell its cargo terminal, Secretary of Transportation Aubrey...
  • Air India jet makes emergency landing in New Jersey after engine fire

    An Air India jet carrying more than 300 passengers made an emergency landing in Newark, N.J., with just one functioning engine after a fire in one of its two engines forced the pilot to abort the flight, an airport spokeswoman said Sunday night. No...
  • Check out the latest board appointments by Gov. McAuliffe

    Hampton Roads professionals have been named to the Virginia Port Authority Board, the Board for Architects, the Council on Aging and the Governor's Advisory Council on Revenue Estimates. Here are the local board appointments recently announced by Gov....
  • Carnival Sunshine makes Port Canaveral debut

    Carnival Sunshine makes Port Canaveral debut
    Port Canaveral may have lost a Dream, but now it has some Sunshine. The Carnival Sunshine arrived this week to replace the Carnival Dream, which had sailed out of Central Florida since its debut in 2009. The Sunshine, while smaller, is one of Carnival...
  • Asians at Sands Bethlehem casino 'ride bus to live'

    The endless hum of whirling slot machines washes over the food court at the Sands casino in Bethlehem, as Yuli Cui of Flushing, N.Y., reads a Chinese newspaper. Huddled at a table with her friends, Cui, 50, plucks a tangerine from the bagged lunch she...
  • CNN producers try to break into World Trade Center, get arrested

    CNN producers try to break into World Trade Center, get arrested
    Security at the World Trade Center site has been under fire recently after media reports of a teen sneaking in to take a selfie and a group of men BASE jumping from the top of One World Trade Center began to surface. In an attempt to see how difficult...
  • Did the World Trade Center BASE jumpers 'violate' the sacred site?

    Did the World Trade Center BASE jumpers 'violate' the sacred site?
    This week a video emerged online of a man BASE-jumping from the top of New York’s 1 World Trade Center. The video is a lot of things: Thrilling and frightening. Extremely stupid also comes to mind. Yet another way of looking at it is as a grave...
  • U.S. 460: Virginia has spent $270 million for a road that may not be built

    U.S. 460: Virginia has spent $270 million for a road that may not be built
    With more than $270 million already spent and more on the line, state transportation officials are working against the clock to keep the state's U.S. 460 project from becoming an unmitigated disaster. Not an inch has been paved. Taxpayers have already...
  • Philadelphia Inquirer Co-Owner Dies in Plane Crash

    Lewis Katz, co-owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer, died Saturday in an airplane crash on the outskirts of Boston, the paper reports. He was 72 and made his fortune building a parking business and investing in the Yankees Entertainment and Sports...