For years, America’s spies had to take off their shoes before they got on planes, just like the rest of us. No more.
Paul Chambers, who was found guilty of sending a menacing tweet, has won his high court challenge against his conviction. Outside the court, Chambers, 27, said he felt “relieved and vindicated”, adding: “It’s ridiculous it ever got so far.”
Elon Musk is the most inspiring entrepreneur in the world right now.
If you’re an eco-conscious elitist but require the pomp and circumstance of a chauffeur, your options are limited. Which is why a custom stretched Nissan Leaf was commissioned by a hotel chain in Tennessee.
Researchers have long had high hopes for lithium-air batteries, a device that has the potential to store 10 times more energy than the best lithium-ion batteries on the market today.
Bay Area drivers could one day be tracked using a GPS-like device in their cars and taxed per miles driven – a scenario which is part of a proposed long-range study aimed at finding ways to reduce traffic and pollution, while also raising revenues.
The US state of California has approved the first phase of construction of a much anticipated yet controversial high-speed rail project linking Los Angeles and San Francisco, officials said.
The US market for all-electric cars is charging up, with plug-in vehicles rolling off US dealer lots despite much higher costs, battery fire scares and falling gasoline prices.
Esteemed Wall Street Journal car-reviewer Dan Neil is in love with Tesla's Model S.
The final report on the crash of Air France Flight 447 says France's flagship carrier was subject to fewer inspections than smaller airlines.
Six years after the initial announcement that Terrafugia, Inc. would develop a "roadable airplane," the Transition has completed the first phase of flight testing. The flight testing, carried out at Plattsburgh International Airport in northern New Y
This years X Games, which are being held in Los Angeles this weekend, added to their usual extreme events by constructing a real-life, 66 foot tall version of the Hot Wheels Double Dare Snare
The long-term transportation funding bill just approved by Congress includes funds for researching alcohol-detection technology that could eventually be standard equipment in all new cars.
woman in Houston, Texas, was arrested and jailed for 12 hours after she held up a make-shift sign to warn drivers about a speed trap.
The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled unanimously on Tuesday that the Environmental Protection Agency had lawfully determined that greenhouse-gas emissions pose a danger to public health and welfare.
Your good old 10-speed just got a whole lot cooler.
Electric car maker Tesla's first mass-market sedans took to the road Friday, but it's not certain whether their debut will make or break the fledgling company.
The development of affordable "green" cars and trucks - electric vehicles or hybrids designed to dramatically curb the nation's reliance on fossil fuels - is supposed to be a primary goal for the Obama administration and a number of government and in
El Reg has difficulty believing that this video of a VW concept hover-car in China is genuine...
At its electric-car factory in Silicon Valley, Tesla obsesses over details like making its own high-tech tools.
Saab is to be reborn as an electric car manufacturer focused on China under rescue plans drawn up by a Chinese-born entrepreneur.
Cyclists of the world unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains (and derailleurs)
A Drexel University professor patented a side mirror that totally eliminates the "blind spots" on each side when you're driving.
Everything is bigger in Texas. Even the speed limits.
Tesla's Model S sedan is the second model in Tesla's lineup and has been through a long gestation period.
As high-speed rail projects across America have run into political trouble or been cancelled, California's the largest and most ambitioushas continued to move forward.
Brian fills us in on his European Vacation - and the consternation it brought him after getting phenominal mileage in his UK rental, and finding it NOT AVAILABLE in the U. S.!
A judge in Sanford ruled Tuesday that a Lake Mary man was lawfully exercising his First Amendment rights when he flashed his headlights to warn neighbors that a deputy had set up a speed trap nearby. That decision is another victory for Ryan Kintn
It’s official: The first deliveries of the long-awaited Tesla Model S will begin on June 22.
As prices for most necessary commodities, such as fuel, rise and salaries fall, citizens of Europe’s strongest economy resort to desperate measures.