A pastor leading a protest outside a Detroit-area police department threatened to shut down the city until two white officers are fired for the bloody arrest of a black man who was pulled from his car and repeatedly punched in the head.
Families of at least 74 people killed in crashes caused by defective General Motors ignition switches will get compensation from the company.
Brian Vickers will be sidelined for at least three months while the NASCAR driver is taking blood thinners to treat clots in his lungs.
A car carrying three off-duty New Jersey police officers from a visit to a strip club drove the wrong way down a New York City highway and crashed head-on into a tractor-trailer, killing an officer and a civilian.
A German court banned Uber from offering its ridesharing service nationwide, adding to the company's troubles in Europe.
Sara Bahai's decision to become Afghanistan's only known female taxi driver was motivated less by ideals of equality than by the need to support an extended family and a love of driving.
U.S. retail sales fell in February, as auto purchases dropped by the most in more than a year and Americans spent less at restaurants and home improvement stores.
With enough money to buy electric car company Tesla seven times over, Apple is sitting on a lot of cash. While Apple shareholders asked Tim Cook to purchase the car company, some think the purchase may not be in the company's future.
A battery recycling plant that violated hazardous waste laws and spewed toxic emissions for decades on the outskirts of Los Angeles will close and spend $50 million to clean the site and surrounding neighborhoods, federal prosecutors announced.
Toyota is recalling 112,500 cars and SUVs to fix problems with electric power steering controls and electric vehicle software.