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Aerial refueling is tough, but this KC-135 crew and an F-16 pilot got a lot of practice after a malfunction meant the fighter had to refuel every 15 minutes.

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How To Strangle A Brand To Death In 13 Long, Painful Years

Scion will die an ignoble death absorbed back into the massive, generic brand it lamely tried to make cool. It didn't have to go down like this.

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Rash Of Deadly Helicopter Crashes Raising Questions

Three times as many servicemen were killed in helicopters in 2015 as in 2014, raising questions about the impact of cuts to maintenance and training budgets.

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Is anyone really surprised that the Reliant Robin from Jeremy Clarkson's iconic Top Gear skit was fettled with so it'd roll at the turn of the wheel?

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At 22-feet long and with a 1,400-pound payload, the Urban Aeronautics AirMule provides VTOL capability without all the drawbacks of a typical helicopter.

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If a report from The Sun is to be believed, massive storm clouds are circling overhead the reborn Top Gear franchise before a single episode has even finished filming.

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Gas prices could stay below $3 a gallon through the end of 2016. But then what?

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The Silver State is suddenly positioned to become a locus of the fledgling American electric car industry.

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Brand Also Needs Another Small SUV To Make Up For CTS Decline

Automobile interviews Cadillac CMO Uwe Ellinghaus, touching on just about every major issue affecting the brand and the industry.

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The $15-million collection of confiscated art from a biodiesel fraudster will soon hit the auction block at Christie's. A fascinating read tells the story and shows some of these works.

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A Clear-Headed Look At Electric Vehicles At The End Of 2015

Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says the transition to electric vehicles is imperative, and needs the support of business and the public sector.

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Don't Sit Ford, Toyota Executives Next To Each Other At Holiday Parties

Toyota isn't exactly happy with the breakup with Ford over a proposed hybrid pickup.

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What happens when robot cars meet complex social interaction, like head nods, horn honks, or even road rage? Dr. Melissa Cefkin is here to teach autonomous cars how to behave.

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What do you do when your dreams of being a fighter pilot are dashed? Good question. What you shouldn't do, though, is steal a USMC fighter for a joyride.

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Hemmings tells the fascinating story of the effort to save the Bonneville Salt Flats that brings together racers, geologists, politicians, and the local mining company.

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Lincoln execs don't see a rear-wheel drive niche model on the company's horizon. They first want to focus on the brand's rejuvenation through mainstream vehicles and increased sales.

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Classy Wood Pairs Well With Lead-Acid Batteries

McLaren Design Director Frank Stephenson creates an electric-powered riverboat inspired by the sleek, wooden-hulled boats of the mid-nineteenth century.

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Despite the omnipresence of nuclear-powered steam turbines in today's naval vessels, like so many weapons systems, early efforts were an absolute mess.

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Bob Lutz has some not-so-nice things to say about Ferdinand Piech, going so far as to blame the former Volkswagen Group exec for the company's diesel woes.

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Reuters scopes out the competing visions in Japan and China for an alternative-powertrain future, with huge investment in support of the either the FCEV or EV.

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Extensive Supercharging Falsely Thought To Be The Culprit

One 2013 Model S owner's battery has issues that dropped capacity quicker than advertised.

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