While Air France-KLM is scheduled to receive a total of five Boeing 777s next year, some deliveries will be postponed starting in 2016.
Hackers sent a new email Friday to Sony Pictures Entertainment, gloating over the studio's "wise" decision to cancel the release of "The Interview" and warning not to distribute the film "in any form."
The trickle down effect from Microsoft billionaires continues to benefit Southern California.
Only weeks after boasting to shareholders about “one of the most exciting and productive periods in the company’s history,” ClearSign Combustion chairman and CEO Richard Rutkowski is out — by all appearances pushed, although he officially resigned.
A pair of KingCo 4A girls soccer coaches – Don Braman of Skyline and Tom Bunnell of Issaquah – were named to coach the West squad in the 2015 High School All-American Game on Dec. 6 in Raleigh, N.C.
One Reel, which presents Seattle's annual arts festival, Bumbershoot, announced Friday that it has entered into a partnership with Showbox Presents/AEG Live, promoters of music at the Showbox, KeyArena and other venues around the country.
Here's our weekly Extra Points video preview of the Seahawks game, featuring Jayson Jenks and Bob Condotta:
Suspicions that North Korea was behind a destructive hacking attack against Sony Pictures and a threat against movie theaters are intensifying calls for tougher U.S. steps to cut that country's access to hard currency and declare it once more as a state sponsor of terrorism.
A few weeks ago, the Seattle School Board declined the chance to get the former Federal Reserve branch in downtown Seattle for free in exchange for turning it into an elementary school.
In one of its famous red kettles in South Florida, the Salvation Army has received a gift worth more than a little bit of change: an emerald and diamond necklace.
Authorities say a man faked a heart attack inside a Florida Wal-Mart store so his friend could steal toys.
An aerial drone testing program got off to a bumpy start Friday in Nevada, when the first unmanned aircraft authorized to fly without direct Federal Aviation Administration supervision crashed during a ceremony at a remote site.
To say that Kim Jong Un is the leader of his country is a gross understatement. In North Korea, he is regarded as the epitome of his country.
Is the relentlessly merry-merry hustle-bustle of the season wearing you down? Here are five ways to recharge.
The Edsel & Eleanor Ford House kept secret its 2013 sale of an oil painting by French post-impressionist Paul Cezanne to a private buyer for $100 million to help protect Detroit-owned artworks under threat due to the city's bankruptcy.
Here are 10 photos we love from hundreds of great images Times readers submitted this year, including the grand-prize winning shot of a gull stretching its wings.
T-Mobile will pay at least $67.5 million in restitution to customers around the country, including an estimated 230,754 Washington customers.
The parents of convicted spy Rolando Sarraff Trujillo feared the worst when their son failed to call home from prison and they were told he had been taken away at dawn. But officials assured the couple that their son was now better off.
An explosion and fire at a southeastern Oklahoma oil rig early Friday killed two workers and injured three others, two of them critically.