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  • Chrysler Group recalling 645,000 minivans for fire risk

    Chrysler Group recalling 645,000 minivans for fire risk
    Chrysler Group is recalling 645,000 minivans in the U.S. to fix faulty window switches that can potentially lead to a fire. The recall affects Chrysler Town and Country and Dodge Grand Caravans from the 2010-2014 model years, the automaker announced...
  • Film Review: 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'

    No skyscrapers blow up, no cities are leveled, and while the White House and a football stadium suffer some serious structural damage, the wholesale destruction of human civilization is kept to a refreshing minimum in "X-Men: Days of Future Past" --...
  • Lee Wilson Of Avon Served In Persian Gulf War

    Lee Wilson Of Avon Served In Persian Gulf War
    AVON — These days, Lee M. Wilson owns his own computer company and is adjusting to his duties as the new commander of the VFW Post 3272 in Avon. Two decades ago, however, he was driving heavy equipment through the Iraq desert, fighting Saddam...
  • U.S., Iranian leaders need success, but see peril in nuclear talks

    U.S., Iranian leaders need success, but see peril in nuclear talks
    The negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program that resume here this week could, if successful, give a huge boost to the governments in Washington and Tehran. But if they collapse, there could be damaging political blowback for leaders in the two...
  • Drone companies unveil new tech at Orlando AUVSI expo

    Drone companies unveil new tech at Orlando AUVSI expo
    Despite controversy raging about the sudden explosion of drone technology, businesses are eagerly announcing new products at this week’s AUVSIexpo at the Orange County Convention Center. The conference, called simply AUVSI's Unmanned Systems...
  • Beverly Hills reviews traffic safety laws after LAPD cops killed

    Beverly Hills reviews traffic safety laws after LAPD cops killed
    Traffic officers are preventing large trucks from using a steep, winding road in Beverly Hills after crashes there killed two Los Angeles police officers in three months. City officials have put a 30-day moratorium on heavy-hauling trucks from...
  • Self-driving car drops off driver, finds parking spot

    Self-driving car drops off driver, finds parking spot
    Technology that helps park a car is no longer new. But what about a car that drops you off, parks itself, then when you’re ready to go, it comes and gets you? It’s not KITT from Knight Rider and you don’t need to be David Hasselhoff....
  • Audi A3

    Audi A3
    The press kit for the redesigned 2015 Audi A3 provides a glimpse into the future of automotive marketing. In it, Audi focuses on features most prized by the tech-savvy buyers the company is targeting. Audi says the A3 sedan features the first-ever 4G...
  • California bill would require recalled cars be repaired before sale

    California bill would require recalled cars be repaired before sale
    Used cars that get recalled by manufacturers need to be fixed before they're sold. That's what a bill pending in the California Legislature would require of all new and used car dealers in the state. And with 2014 on pace to break the auto industry...
  • Massachusetts police share photo of windshield struck by flying ax

    Massachusetts police share photo of windshield struck by flying ax
    A photo Massachusetts State Police posted to its Facebook page on Wednesday looks like something out of a horror movie: A poorly secured ax went flying into the passenger-side windshield of a car on a Massachusetts highway, police said. No one was...
  • Robert Drew, Documentarian Who Fathered Cinema Verite, Dies at 90

    Robert L. Drew, a documentary filmmaker and the father of American cinéma vérité, died today at his home in Sharon, Connecticut. He was 90. In the early 1960s, Drew and his associates pioneered a kind of filmmaking that's now a staple of the...