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'Thousands Of iPhones' Confiscated By The Authorities

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The father of a pregnant driver in Malaysia has sued Takata and Honda in US district court over the malfunctioning airbag that allegedly killed his daughter and unborn granddaughter.

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Fee Proposed On Rail Cars That Haul Ethanol And Other Flammables

A new fee proposed by six US Senators could raise $600 million for first responders dealing with train crashes involving ethanol, oil, and other flammable liquids.

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Senate Passes Legislation Aimed At Accelerating Discovery Of Safety Flaws

In hearing after hearing last year, members of Congress took turns admonishing auto executives and federal regulators for their roles in prolonging an ongoing series of safety crises. Now, Congress is taking action.

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FIA president Jean Todt can now add another title to his prestigious resume, joining the United Nations as its special envoy for road safety.

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The attorneys at the GM Ignition Compensation Claims Resolution Facility are now reporting a total of 90 confirmed deaths and 163 injuries in their latest progress report.

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GM Cites Unequal Standards, But Tesla Still Gets Four-Store Approval

Tesla Motors' automaker-to-customer bill approval in Maryland almost gets sidetracked by General Motors' lobbying.

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The US Federal Government is seizing valuable property that includes art work from Picasso, Renoir, Nieman, Miro, and Salvador Dali from a man who pleaded guilty in a scheme involving biodiesel.

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Bill Would Require $1 Million In Liability Insurance For Each Ride

A new bill filed by Massachusetts governor Baker would force companies like Lyft and Uber to conduct background checks and carry insurance.

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A ballsy street artist in Manchester, UK has grown tired of his town's plethora of potholes, and has taken matters into his own hands.

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In testing NHTSA's VIN lookup search, Cars.com found major problems with the tool not displaying some vehicles affected by Takata's faulty airbag inflators.

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A Judge in Argentina has ruled on the license plate controversy from Top Gear's Patagonia special, calling the stunt "arrogant and disrespectful" but dismissing the charges.

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The B-2 upgrade program will allow the iconic bomber to better manage the more potent and sensitive air defenses being allowed by today's computer systems.

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Even Hydrogen-Friendly Toyota Is Introducing Two New EVs There

China is lending massive support to EVs, and it's making sure automakers play along.

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Plus: Notes On The Shanghai Motor Show, Software Tampering, And Ford's Expansion In Mexico

We recap the week's events with a focus on General Motors' plan to avoid entanglements and partners. Plus other news and notes from around the auto world.

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New E15 Bill Introduced To US House

A new introduced to the House aims to deregulate E15. A bipartisan group of 37 senators are asking the EPA to strengthen the RFS. The Toyota Mobility Foundation is launching a pilot program in Bangkok, Thailand.

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A bill in the Washington State Senate would fine left-lane hogs on a sliding scale based on how slow they are going below the speed limit. The penalties come on top of the state's current ban on clogging up the passing lane.

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A bill currently in committee in the California State Assembly would allow some classic car owners to pay $200 to waive the state's smog check after meeting some other criteria.

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Despite opposition from the Pentagon and Government Accountability Office, the House Armed Services Committee will order more F-35 fighters.

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Oregon House Bill 2092 would auction tax credits to fund a series of rebates for alternative-fuel vehicles. Buyers could get $3,000 for an EV purchase.

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Few Safeguards In Place To Ensure Motorists' Privacy, NYCLU Warns

E-ZPass readers are used for more than collecting tolls in New York.

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