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  • U.S. Government Fines Honda $70 Million

     
    In November, Honda disclosed that it failed to report safety problems in a timely manner, specifically underreporting how many people died or were injured by faulty Takata airbag inflators in its vehicles. Now it's time to pay the consequences. The...
  • The new (gas) math: Full tank=empty wallet

     
    Now that gas has broken the $4-a-gallon barrier, car-crazy South Floridians are finally changing their behavior. In nearly every conversation I???ve had the last few weeks, talk inevitably turns to gas prices and the impact it???s had on budgets and...

    Ecocabs Are a New Twist on Bicycle Rickshaws

     
    I???ve always been intrigued by public transportation here in the U.S. and around the world: subways and taxis, light rails and trolleys, bus systems, bicycles or rickshaws. Ecocabs, an interesting take on bicycle rickshaws, are a new approach to public...

    Blakeman, staying on PA board, backs Clinton move

     
    Bruce Blakeman should leave the non-pay Port Authority of New York and New Jersey board while running for mayor, suggests Gene Russianoff of New York Public Interest Research Group. Holdover Blakeman, an appointee of Gov. George Pataki and former Nassau.....

    Election Day weather looks sunny, mild

     
    You may find other excuses for not voting next Tuesday, but bad weather likely will not be one of them.National Weather Service forecasters out at Sterling are predicting 'mostly sunny' skies for Tuesday, with high temperatures in the mid-60s in...