Denver airport falls behind on maintenance for aging facility

It’s been a frequent occurrence for years at Denver International Airport: Out-of-order escalators and moving walkways gum up the flow of crowds. Broken fixtures in bathrooms greet arriving passengers. The once-gleaming airport has lost its luster, for some, even as

Discussions swirl on Trump’s removal after chaos at Capitol

WASHINGTON — Lawmakers in both parties and members of President Donald Trump’s own administration were engaged in discussions on removing Trump from power following the insurrection in the Capitol by his supporters. The lawmakers and officials were discussing the efforts

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Cars led a wave in spending on goods.

As the U.S. economy rebounded in the third quarter, one sector played a big role: Motor vehicles and parts were selling rapidly, contributing to an overall bounce in durable good spending. Americans bought $582 billion in automobiles and their components