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Lebanon has 40 days to figure out what to do with Carlos Ghosn

Extradite the former Nissan boss back to Japan, or try him in Lebanon

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C8 Chevy Corvette winds up on cinder blocks in Detroit

Pro tip: Don't street-park, unless you just don't like the stock wheels

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Six Flags' new West Coast Customs roller coaster has 'drag races'

Claims to be world's first single track quadruple launch coaster

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Yamaha warns to stay out of large musical instrument cases after Ghosn escape

'We won't mention the reason,' but cases are for instruments, not people

Yamaha Corporation, has warned people not to try and squeeze inside musical instrument cases after reports former Nissan Motor boss Carlos Ghosn fled Japan concealed inside in one. Ghosn, who is accused of hiding earnings, transferring investment losses to Nissan and misappropriating company funds, escaped from Japan at the end of December for Lebanon. The former auto executive and fugitive has declined to reveal how he slipped past Japanese airport security, or confirm media reports accomplic

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Tesla's new dashcam honk feature gets tested with a flying hammer

Tooting the horn triggers recording, captures road debris in midair

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Airline says Ghosn used jets illegally; WSJ reports he was smuggled in audio case

5 arrested, as employee reportedly admits falsifying records

A Turkish airline company says its jets were used illegally in Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn's escape from Japan. Istanbul-based MNG Jet said an employee falsified records and that Ghosn's name did not appear on any documentation related to the flights. Ghosn earlier this week jumped bail in Japan and fled to Lebanon rather than face trial on financial misconduct charges in a dramatic escape that has confounded and embarrassed authorities.

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Carlos Ghosn pulled off mystery escape via a discreet airport lounge

'He would have had to go through as a passenger, perhaps in disguise'

Despite being one of the world's most-recognisable executives, former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn probably embarked onto a private jet from a quiet lounge in Japan's third-largest airport on his astonishing escape from a fraud trial. Somehow, Ghosn appears to have passed immigration and luggage checks before a flight to Istanbul from Kansai International Airport in western Osaka city, the plane's owner said, becoming one of the world's best-known fugitives. "He would have had to go through as

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Man on meth steals truck (and goat) from adult video store, police say

OnStar helped police by throttling the GMC Duramax down to 15 mph

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Cars get trapped in tumbleweeds on Washington state highway

Wall of weeds had to be removed with snow plows over 10 hours

Some people spent part of their New Year's Eve trapped on a Washington state highway after tumbleweeds blocked their route, authorities said. YakTriNews reported that the Washington State Patrol announced via Twitter at about 6:30 p.m. that State Route 240 was closed in both directions near West Richland. Trooper Sarah Clasen told KAPP-KVEW that vehicles were trapped in a pile of tumbleweeds that stood up to 15 feet (4.57 meters) tall.

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Video captures semi truck careening into first responders at freeway pileup

2 people were injured: a Texas state trooper and a guy whose pickup was crushed

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Why settle for a Cybunker when you can have a Cyberhouse?

7,500-sq-ft house designed for living well after the Apocalypse

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Top 10 automotive stories of 2019

From high-powered EVs to a mid-engine Corvette

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Backward 1952 Ford F-1 pickup redefines the term 'reverse engineering'

Retired IndyCar pilot Davey Hamilton built this wacky F-1

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'Fed up' Russian Instagrammer airdrops a Mercedes-AMG G63 without a parachute

Another supposedly frustrated owner publicly destroys another car

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Junkyard Gems: 20 Greatest Japanese Wrecks

From a 1974 Datsun 260Z to a 2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca

We've gathered 20 of the most interesting and noteworthy Japanese cars and trucks from our long-running Junkyard Gems series.

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Junkyard Gems: 25 Greatest European Wrecks

From a 1958 Vauxhall wagon to a 2007 Mini Cooper hatchback

Here are 25 of the most interesting European junkyard gems in America. Wrecked vehicles from Germany, England, Italy and Sweden can all be found in the wrecking yard.

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Junkyard Gems: 15 Greatest American Wrecks

From a 1950 Chrysler hot rod to a 2006 Pontiac Solstice

Here are 15 of our the most interesting American cars and trucks from our long-running Junkyard Gems series by resident expert Murliee Martin.

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Bill Ford praises John Dingell as Trump takes heat for hell wisecrack

White House says he was 'just riffing,' but even Trump's allies want an apology

The White House on Thursday defended Donald Trump's verbal assault against former Democratic Representative John Dingell, as members of Congress blasted the Republican president for insulting another veteran lawmaker after his death. Dingell, the longest-serving member of Congress, died in February at age 92 after representing his district outside Detroit for 59 years in the House of Representatives. At a campaign rally in Dingell's home state of Michigan Wednesday night, Trump suggested the l

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