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Safety Advocates Say Fatal Car Seat Failures Are 'Public Health Crisis'
Safety advocates say automakers and regulators have acted with "criminal" negligence in failing to remedy a long-acknowledged auto safety flaw that watchdogs say has played a role in hundreds of deaths, creating a "public health crisis."
New Ad Technology Begs Question: Is Big Brother Selling You Out?
With today's billboards, you can literally be a target on the road. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Detroit's Automakers, Sensing A Threat, Embrace Mobility
For Detroit, the days of simply making cars are over.
Kenseth Holds Off Larson For Thrilling Win At Dover
Matt Kenseth used some of his veteran experience to find the high groove on the mile concrete track and surge to victory Sunday in the wreck-filled race at Dover International Speedway.
I-Team: New England Drivers Susceptible To 'Title Washing' Scam
As many as 800,000 cars on the road across the country have evidence of title washing.
Natick Teens Escape Limo That Burst Into Flames On Way To Prom
A limousine on the way to the Natick prom caught on fire in Friday night.
Boston Finds 'Success' By Participating In Waze's Connected Citizens Program
Navigation apps on cell phones are used by millions of drivers and even Boston has formed a partnership with Waze to help locate traffic trouble spots.
Reading Police Officer Accused Of Texting While Driving
A Reading police officer is under investigation after a photo appears to show him using a cell phone while driving a police cruiser.
Report: Fiat Chrysler, Google In Partnership Talks
The partnership would be the first to match an automaker with Google's 7-year-old autonomous car project, which is now part of the so-called X lab at Alphabet Inc., Google's parent company.
Move Over Drones, Driverless Cars -- Unmanned Ships Up Next
It's not only drones and driverless cars that may become the norm someday — ocean-faring ships might also run without captains or crews.