With its Prius and Lexus recall, Toyota is gearing up to fix a software glitch for the braking system.
Federal investigators are looking at Toyota's electronic throttle system as a possible cause for the sudden acceleration that has led to a global recall. Toyota insists sticky gas pedals are the problem.
Some Florida neighborhoods are overrun with peacocks, but not all agree that the colorful birds should be removed.
Investors have redeemed $1.3 billion from troubled hedge firm Galleon.
In a survey of customer satisfaction, American-made brands pull even for the first time in a decade. GM's Cadillac ties for first place.
Police chaplaincy lets Khalid Latif embody both Islam and American culture.
The Detroit Auto Show is in full swing, and it seems that every participant is promising a new hybrid, a gas-sipping microcar, or a fully electric vehicle.
Big or small? Used or new? Who pays for gas? So many decisions to make about teens' cars.