Fiat Chrysler labor talks with UAW could prove difficult

Labor talks between Fiat Chrysler and the United Auto Workers union get underway in earnest next week. Whether they are as easy as the just concluded talks at Ford or as bloody as those at General Motors that resulted in a six-week strike remains to be seen.

Pentagon kills contract for part of missile meant to hit ICBMs

The Defense Department terminated a $1.5 billion contract with Boeing that was to develop a new front end of a missile designed to "hit to kill" incoming North Korean intercontinental ballistic missiles, the Pentagon announced Wednesday.

Sens.: Embattled company plagiarized bid for Puerto Rico hot meal contract

The company that failed to deliver nearly all of the hot meals it promised to Puerto Ricans after Hurricane Maria plagiarized the bid that won it the $156 million contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, according to a letter penned by three senators this week.