N.D. drone test site set to fly high at all hours

In this Aug. 4, 2015 photo provided by the University of North Dakota, UND pilot Schuyller Sky Andrew holds a Draganflyer X4ES drone that he flew on a test flight from the Lakota, N.D., airport that was conducted for the Northern Plains UAS Test Site. The North Dakota site has been granted approval by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly drones about 200 feet and fly them at night. It is the first of six national test sites to fly at night. (Andrew Regenhard/University of North Dakota via AP)

FARGO, N.D. — Of the six sites in the U.S. where researchers are trying to figure out how to integrate unmanned aircraft into civilian airspace, only North Dakota’s can fly high both day and night.

Recalls make Americans less satisfied with cars

FILE - In this Thursday, June 25, 2015, file photo, Japanese seat belt and air-bag maker Takata Corp. Chairman and CEO Shigehisa Takada gestures during a news conference regarding the expanding recall of his company's air bags in Tokyo. The 2015 American Consumer Satisfaction Index found that satisfaction with automobiles dropped for the third straight year to the lowest level since 2004. Last year automakers recalled a record 64 million vehicles for problems such as exploding air bags, including Takata air bags. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama, File)

DETROIT (AP) — Americans are less happy with their cars and trucks than at any time in more than a decade, and it’s largely because they’re getting sick of dealing with recalls.

Why stocks are tumbling 6 years into the bull market

Trader Kevin Lodewick works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, Aug. 21, 2015. The Dow Jones industrial average has plunged more than 530 points and is in a correction amid a global sell-off sparked by fears about China's slowing economy. Oil tumbled below $40 per barrel for the first time since the financial crisis. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

NEW YORK (AP) — Well, that was fun while it lasted.

US stocks tumble on global slowdown fears

A screen above the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange shows the closing numbers, Friday, Aug. 21, 2015. The Dow Jones industrial average plunged more than 530 points and is in a correction amid a global sell-off sparked by fears about China's slowing economy. Oil tumbled below $40 per barrel for the first time since the financial crisis. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

NEW YORK (AP) — Growing concerns about a slowdown in China shook markets around the world on Friday, driving the U.S. stock market to its biggest drop in nearly four years.

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