News Articles for "U.s. Ports"
In a story May 14 about a Senate immigration bill, The Associated Press erroneously reported that two of the Sept. 11, 2001, hijackers entered the U.S. on...read more
Latin American anti-drug push hurt by budget cuts
Deep federal budget cuts are forcing the U.S. to send fewer surveillance planes and Navy ships to halt Latin American drug shipments, meaning the anti-dru...read more
Michigan senators eye rainy day fund for dredging
Republican senators on Tuesday called for spending $30 million from the state's rainy day account this year to dredge Great Lakes harbors, saying emergenc...read more
Savannah port upgrades to mobile electric cranes
The Port of Savannah on Friday rolled out towering mobile cranes that run mostly on electricity, technology that port officials said would slash diesel fu...read more