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Thu, Mar 26, 2015 5:00 PM
A new report shows major metro employment is moving further away from where people actually live. It's worse for poor people and minorities — and Atlanta takes the cake.
Alex Pring, a 7-year-old-boy missing his right arm above the elbow, received an unexpected visit by the actor last week.
Cars with 10 horsepower, fish tanks and Home Depot hardware are just part of the fun. Some even plug in.
A new study suggests that there may well be a lot fewer self-driving cars, but they will be a lot busier and will cover more miles overall.
Space agency is radically redesigning passenger aircraft to reduce fuel use and pollution.
The students won the Intel Science Talent Search and each took home $150,000 for their experiments.
Raleigh, North Carolina's ecoPRT is a personal rapid transit system that's smaller, lighter and cheaper.
With more than 1,000 horsepower and 600 miles of range, this green car is sexy, fast and interesting — but it’s only in prototype mode.
Amazon continues to look for new ways to deliver things to customers even faster.
Who needs a spare tire in your trunk when you can have a spare multimodal transport device?
VetiGel could be the next big thing. It's easy to apply, stops bleeding instantly and speeds healing.
Seen at the Geneva Motor Show, this green family hauler doubles as an office.
Officials get creative in addressing a dearth of bike parking spaces in the cycle-happy Dutch capital city.
The Economist calls it 'the defining technology of the age' — and we're just getting started.
Resembling a pooch-sized space pod, the Dog Dream House is outfitted with a hot tub and entertainment system.
Scientists determined the age of the fossil by analyzing the layers of volcanic ash layered above and below the jawbone.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.