A DMV computer glitch could cost the state of Delaware millions of dollars.
The Real ID deadline extension means state-issued IDs and driver's licenses will be accepted for domestic flights through 2017.
Colorado officials are investigating a DMV appointment scalping scam victimizing undocumented workers applying for driver's licenses.
A recent technology upgrade by the CT DMV has incorrectly flagged several vehicles for suspended registrations.
The U.S. Department of Justice had filed a civil suit against Volkswagen regarding the recent diesel emissions scandal.
With the Real ID Act in effect, many citizens of states yet to comply, may have to show passports in order to fly domestically.
Utah residents hoping to start driving for the first time will now have to pass an additional written exam.
Minnesota will now have to scramble to meet the compliance deadline or risk leaving residents without federally-accepted identification.
Questions regarding driving while high arise as more states begin looking into legalizing marijuana.
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