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Innovative minds help tech with spina bifida realize his dream

At Kenny Kent Toyota in Evansville, Austin Frazier, a 23-year-old with spina bifida, may be the dealership's most inspirational employee yet.

U.S., Canada ready to expand 'reverse inspections' of cargo

After testing the waters for more than a dozen years, authorities are gearing up to operationalize the concept of placing U.S. Customs officers on Canadian soil to clear shipments there, rather than at the U.S. port of entry.

Backers of V2V aren't waiting for a mandate

Government groups and auto industry insiders are meeting up at conferences to talk about how to get this complicated tech out there.

VW settles diesel owner suit on eve of trial

Volkswagen AG's U.S. unit on Friday resolved a lawsuit brought by a North Carolina man whose diesel emissions case was set to be the first to go to trial on Monday.

VW pledges rules to ensure moral, ethical behavior

VW will take steps to bring its academic research projects into line with moral standards, the carmaker said, seeking to demonstrate lessons learned from the latest diesel scandal aftershock.