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AP

Spurred by a woman who boarded the train in Simi Valley. He says a person who accompanied the woman but did not board with her said something to a train employee about the woman and her bags, and the employee called authorities.

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Terrence Aym

The sexy little Canadian vehicle is called the "Urbee" and it's the world's first '3D-printed' car. 3D seems to be all the rage nowadays. Recently, there's been a spate of articles about 3D-printed things from buildings to human veins. Many ar

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PC World

So far we've seen 3D-printed phone cases, shirts, buildings, human veins, braingears, and other random 3D-printed things. What's next you ask? Believe it or not, 2 companies have joined forces to build an entirely 3D-printed car called Urbee!

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arclein

o ensure the air bag doesn’t inflate during the normal course of a ride, the designers say they studied the movement patterns of a large number of riders in everyday cycling situations over a numbe

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LV Review Journal

When it opens to traffic, now scheduled for next week , it will be a relief to commuters, to interstate travelers and, especially, to the truckers who for nine years have taken the long way through Laughlin to deliver their goods to Las Vegas.

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mises.org / Justin T.P. Quinn

Traffic lights, erected by the state for the sake of "public safety," encourage dangerous and aggressive behavior, contradict other laws at the expense of justice, and are responsible for the loss of vast amounts of wealth and countless lives.

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PopSi

Happy 75th birthday to British automaker Jaguar! As a birthday present, they've actually given us something new to drool over: A 780 hp mostly-electric supercar capable of hitting 250 mph with a whopping 500-mile range, all wrapped in a body inspire

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AP

The state Senate made it a violation to ride a roaring hog. The only catch is that the decision now falls to the state's biker-in-chief, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, an avid motorcyclist. Still bitter over an 18-year-old state law requiring helmets —

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ABC News

A pair of fender-benders, two technology-loving hitchhikers and 22 hours blocked at the Russian border. That's the balance sheet so far for a team of driverless vehicles on a 13,000-kilometer (8,000-mile) roadtrip from Europe to China.

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arclein

This bus straddles the road allowing it to pass over the normal road traffic on China’s busy city streets. The buses are 6 meters (18 feet) wide and 4.5 meters (13.5 feet) high which means they take up two roa

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