Volkswagen Hires One Fund's Kenneth Feinberg To Handle Emission-Cheating ClaimsCompensation expert Kenneth Feinberg, who has worked out payments to survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing, has been hired by Volkswagen to do the same thing for car owners caught in an emissions-cheating scandal.
Newton Woman Fights VW Over Emissions Cheating ScandalThe woman's car may put out certain pollutants as much as 40 times the legal limit. She’s now a plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit against Volkswagen.
Tractor-Trailer Bursts Into Flames After Collision On Route 128A tractor-trailer caught fire after colliding with a car late Wednesday night on Route 128 in Lexington.
Arrest Made In Deadly Lowell Hit & Run CrashPolice have arrested the driver they say left the scene of a deadly crash involving a pedestrian last week.
Police Find Car, Still Searching For Driver In Deadly Lowell Hit & RunPolice have identified the victim in a fatal Lowell hit-and-run, and seized the vehicle that allegedly struck the man, but have not yet made an arrest.
Car Found In Fatal Lowell Hit And RunLowell Police have found the car that struck and killed a man late Wednesday night, but they're still searching for the driver.
Pick-A-Side: Which Is The Hottest Convertible?Which convertible is hotter? The highly acclaimed and luxurious Lamborghini Gallardo or the more affordable Fiat 500? You decide!
DEFEND YOUR RIDE: Rachael At Auburndale Park“Florida. It’s not a crazy place, but the drive is nuts, especially when you take a 24-hour drive with your whole family.” - Rachael and her Volkswagen Jetta
Business Headlines: Super Bowl Ad Preview; Apple Dominates Volkswagen is trying to get a jump on the competition in the Super Bowl ad war.
DEFEND YOUR RIDE: Mark At The Breakfast Club “I was jobless, broke, and without direction. I needed to get out of Michigan.” - Mark and his Volkswagen Jetta
Super Bowl Ads: Winners & LosersTo some people, they are as big as the game itself. Here are some of the winners and losers in the Super Bowl commercials.
66 Vehicles Chosen 'Top Safety Picks'The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recognized 66 vehicles on Wednesday with its "top safety pick award" for the 2011 model year, the most-ever awarded.