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Uber self-driving car in fatal crash did not recognize that pedestrians jaywalk

The automated car lacked "the capability to classify an object as a pedestrian unless that object was near a crosswalk," an NTSB report said.

Feds charge former UAW vice president with money laundering and bribery

Joe Ashton is the 13th person charged in connection with embezzlement of union funds.

UAW president taking leave amid corruption probe

The federal government has been investigating fraud and misuse of funds at the UAW for more than two years.

Ford avoided a lengthy strike — thanks to GM

Sources close to the negotiations say the deal echoes many of the key details of the new GM contract, which includes billions in new investments meant to safeguard jobs.

Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot confirm deal to create the world's fourth-largest carmaker

The proposed tie-up would reportedly create an industry behemoth with 8.7 million vehicle sales, $190 billion in turnover and a combined 400,000 employees.