Keyless cars have a dangerous downside that has killed dozens of people

According to a New York Times report, there have been at least 28 deaths and 45 injuries caused by carbon monoxide emitted from vehicles with keyless ignitions since 2006. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) proposed a federal regulation for warning systems in keyless vehicles in 2011, but the regulation was opposed by the…

Ford's rejection of Michael Cohen offer prompts Mueller inquiry

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal (sub. required), Michael Cohen, personal attorney to President Donald Trump, offered to provide consulting services to Ford. Reuters reports that Cohen touted his close connection to Trump, but his overture was quickly rejected before any specific fees were discussed, according to a person briefed on the…

Elon Musk: Tesla Model 3 dual-motor ordering opens next week

In a sign that Tesla's Model 3 production continues to improve, CEO Elon Musk tweeted that the company will enable ordering of dual-motor versions of the sedan at the end of next week. Customers waiting for a Model 3 in performance or all-wheel-drive trim can find out how much the options will cost and put…

Curry "off the leash" in leading Warriors past Pelicans

Stephen Curry is back doing everything with fire, flair and without fear after impatiently spending almost a month and a half on the sidelines. Curry played his most minutes since missing nearly six weeks with a knee injury, finishing with 28 points and helping the Golden State Warriors advance to the Western Conference finals for…

Trump proposes $15 billion spending cuts, targets children’s health program

U.S. President Donald Trump will request a package of $15 billion in spending cuts from Congress on Tuesday, including some $7 billion (5.16 billion pounds) from the Children’s Health Insurance Program championed by Democrats, senior administration officials said on Monday. The proposal comes as the White House and conservative Republicans in the U.S. Congress were…