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  • Elizabeth T. Littleton, volunteer

    Elizabeth T. Littleton, a homemaker and volunteer, died March 6 of complications from a stroke at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 86. Elizabeth Margaret Taylor was born in Camden, N.J., and raised in Collingswood, N.J., where she was a graduate...
  • Australia leans toward buying Japan subs to upgrade fleet: sources

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan and Australia are leaning towards a multibillion-dollar sale by Tokyo of a fleet of stealth submarines to Canberra's military in a move that could rile an increasingly assertive China, people familiar with the talks said. An...
  • Orlando International to spend $65 million replacing long-serving people-movers

    Orlando International to spend $65 million replacing long-serving people-movers
    Chuck Waldron never really thought much about the automated people-movers at Orlando International Airport, even though he has ridden them countless times. "It seems to work quite efficiently. I get on, I get a handrail and enjoy the ride," said...
  • Battles over San Onofre nuclear plant costs gaining steam

    Battles over San Onofre nuclear plant costs gaining steam
    Heated battles over who pays for last year's permanent closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant — and how much — are just getting started. Even some consumer groups are already at odds with each other. Experts peg the immediate cost...
  • Edison's San Onofre settlement mirrors bailouts of banks

    Edison's San Onofre settlement mirrors bailouts of banks
    The concept of a corporation "too big to fail" is typically applied to big banks, usually as an explanation of why they haven't been brought to book for their role in the 2008 crash and why their top executives still roam free through corporate suites and...
  • Budget cutbacks spurring defense mergers

     Budget cutbacks spurring defense mergers
    With protracted federal budget cuts at the Pentagon and NASA on the horizon, aerospace companies across the nation are choosing to combine forces as they vie for fewer dollars and brace for the tough times ahead. In the first quarter of this year, there...
  • Customers would get $1.4 billion in refunds in San Onofre deal

    Customers would get $1.4 billion in refunds in San Onofre deal
    SACRAMENTO — Electricity customers in Southern California would receive $1.4 billion in refunds on their bills over the next eight years as part of an agreement between two utilities and ratepayer organizations over the closing of the San Onofre...
  • Boeing inspecting Dreamliner wings for cracks; possible delivery delays

    Boeing Co. has notified airlines that a change in a supplier’s manufacturing process may have resulted in hairline cracks on the wings of about 40 of its yet-to-be-delivered 787 Dreamliners. Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. told...
  • Customers still waiting for Edison refund decision

    Residents of Laguna Beach and other California cities must wait until at least mid-January to find out if they will receive refunds from two utility companies because of decisions made related to the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, including...
  • Edison and contractor are blamed for flaws that shut down San Onofre

    Edison and contractor are blamed for flaws that shut down San Onofre
    Federal regulators said Southern California Edison Co. and a contractor were responsible for design flaws that led to the permanent shutdown of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station in June. To the frustration of critics, the Nuclear Regulatory...
  • Nuclear watchdog faults Mitsubishi over San Onofre equipment tests

     
    The San Onofre plant has been out of service for more than 10 months because of excessive wear on tubes carrying radioactive water, one of which leaked a small amount of radioactive steam in January, prompting the plant's shutdown....
  • Environmental group pushes for hearing on San Onofre restart

     
    The environmental group Friends of the Earth made its case to federal regulators Wednesday that Southern California Edison should be barred from restarting the San Onofre nuclear plant unless it goes through a trial-like hearing process. The meeting...