Today on "The Morning Stream" we're sending you into the racing world and talking to a race car driver who'll show you Lamborghinis and Porsches going a zillion miles an hour.
Korean automakers Kia and Hyundai recalled 1.4 million vehicles for a potentially dangerous engine defect, a move that could undermine consumer confidence in the brands amid already-sagging U.S. sales.
A video of an LDS missionary who decided not to turn the other cheek, and instead beat up an armed attacker trying to rob him, has gone viral after surveillance footage of the exchanged surfaced.
A Colorado fugitive, wanted in connection with a murder, was captured Saturday after leading deputies and Utah Highway Patrol troopers on a high-speed chase through two Southern Utah counties.
A federal judge on Tuesday approved a pricey settlement between German automaker Volkswagen AG and U.S. regulators and customers for the emissions scandal that rocked the company last year.
The brand of airbag found in most car brands for several years has claimed another life, as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration confirmed an 11th death tied to the faulty airbag systems behind the most complicated recall in automotive history.
Seasonal trends in retail prices may finally be taking hold in the U.S. gasoline market as prices drop for 10 straight days, motor club AAA said.
Teen drivers in the United States were involved in nearly 14,000 fatal car crashes in the past five years, a number rising for the first time in a decade.
Volkswagen confirmed it has agreed to pay up to $1.2 billion to its 652 U.S. brand dealers as part of a $16.5 billion diesel emissions settlement.
Tesla has made a software update after Chinese security researchers said they successfully took control of a Model S sedan remotely in driving and parking situations.
Michigan automaker General Motors said it set a goal of getting all of its power across its entire global sector of operations from renewable energy by 2050.
Short-term spikes aside, retail gasoline prices in the United States should be moving lower as refiners switch to a cheaper blend, market analysis finds.
Volkswagen AG is reportedly working toward a final settlement with the U.S. Justice Department after a finding of criminal wrongdoing in the emissions scandal.
The fuel cells that power electric cars require a significant amount of water. Fuel cell membranes are hydrated with a radiator, water reservoir and a humidifier -- all energy-intensive components.