As more law enforcement departments—and the DMV—increase use of facial recognition technology, do we need to regulate how our images are being used?
Boston and neighboring cities aren’t the first to challenge Bird Scooters legally, but are the easy-to-use vehicles too popular to be stopped?
Do your homework when buying a new car: these popular vehicles are surprisingly expensive to insure.
Travel America from border to border and experience the incredible variety in the country’s majesty—from alpine forests to desert canyons, and everything in between.
The EPA is ramping up its battle against states’ right to set emissions standards. California, with a handful of other states, is fighting back.
A new law in the Prairie State gives teens the opportunity to register as organ donors upon applying for their first Illinois driver’s license.
The automotive giant’s Smart Mobility arm will set up shop as a separate company, called Ford Autonomous Vehicles, beginning August 1.
A new study finds teens take more risks when they first get their driver’s license.
The North American International Auto Show is ditching January for June in Detroit in an effort to reignite interest in the annual showcase.