The race to develop self-driving cars isn't just a competition among automakers
Short on cash and guidance, states tread lightly when it comes to spending on roads and sensors.
Patchwork of state, federal legislation emerging to regulate self-driving cars
Thomas Schlamme is the new president of the Directors Guild of America following an election held Saturday at the guild's Los Angeles headquarters. The veteran TV director, whose credits include N
Caleb Gilbert held No. 1 national seed Oregon State to two hits in 7 1/3 innings, Michael Papierski homered from both sides of the plate and Louisiana State beat the Beavers 6-1 on Saturday to rea
The Angels utilized a return to form from right-hander JC Ramirez and steady hitting to beat the Boston Red Sox 6-3 at Fenway Park on Saturday night. They scored in five innings, including right a
The famous pancakes always came with strawberries, and LaVar Ball didn’t change that just because there were VIPs in his house. So after Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson and
The Angels had hoped to have two of their injured starting pitchers return in the two weeks that remain before the All-Star break. That goal is looking unlikely. Left-hander Tyler Skaggs, out sinc
An MRI exam revealed that Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager suffered a mild strain of his right hamstring Friday night, an injury that will prevent him from starting for several games but might not b
It could be a tipping point for the tech industry as more women break their silence
Yemen's internationally recognized government on Saturday ordered the creation of a committee to investigate allegations of human rights violations after reports that U.S. military interrogators w
Sitting inside a pen with artificial grass at the Wallis Annenberg PetSpace, a new animal adoption center in Playa Vista, Jane Prather gave her husband a slight nod. He knew what she meant. “We’ll
To illustrate why she believes everyone should have access to comprehensive health care, Rep. Maxine Waters said she and her 13 siblings never saw a physician or a dentist their entire childhood.
Two of Britain’s biggest supermarkets could control almost a quarter of our 41,000 convenience stores if their plans go ahead.
Survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster not only lost their homes, they also lost everything they needed to go about their everyday lives. ranging from cash and vital financial documents to ID.
Rail fares are set to soar at their fastest rate for six years in the latest blow to consumers who are being squeezed by Brexit inflation.
The Government will reap an extra £1.5 billion in tax from small business owners this year after a clampdown on tax breaks for entrepreneurs.
Funerals are emotional affairs. Having just said goodbye to my father, I know how traumatic they can be, irrespective of age (my dad was a sprightly 90). The tears flowed.
Four months ago he walked into a conference room at Lakers headquarters, plopped down at the front of a table occupied by several media members, and emptied his emotional pockets. “I’m putting it
Mike Ashley, the billionaire boss of retailer Sports Direct, faces court action this week over an alleged multi-million pound deal hatched during an alcohol-fuelled meeting in a London pub.