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Two people have died in Malaysia after airbag inflators made by Japan's Takata exploded, carmaker Honda announced, raising the global toll to 13 in a scandal that has led to the biggest auto recall in US history.

Uber agrees to pay $100 million to retain drivers as contractors

Leading rideshare company Uber has agreed to pay as much as $100 million to settle a class-action lawsuit from drivers who claimed they were employees rather than independent contractors.

San Francisco cabbies win one — Rideshare drivers must register

Drivers for Lyft, Uber and other ridesharing services will need business licenses to operate legally in San Francisco, city officials said Friday.

Strong interest in U.S. cab service just for women and children

US entrepreneur Michael Pelletz's project of a rideshare service for women and children -- with vehicles driven by women -- has prompted such interest that he is postponing the service's launch date.

Man caught on dashcam video charged with dangerous driving

A 20-year-old Calgary man has been charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle after he allegedly passed in between two cars on an Alberta highway. The driving was caught on another motorist's dashcam and uploaded to Facebook.

Thai drunk drivers to pay penance in morgues

Drink drivers in Thailand will be sentenced to community service in morgues, authorities said on Tuesday, stepping up efforts to combat the country's appalling traffic safety record.

US teen latest victim in exploding Takata airbag deaths

Honda has confirmed another death involving a Takata airbag, bringing the global total to 11 fatalities in a scandal that has set off the biggest auto recall in US history.

RCMP officer dies in Langford after truck hits her cruiser

RCMP commissioner Bob Paulson confirmed in a statement today that a female RCMP officer was killed in a car accident while on duty early Tuesday morning on Vancouver Island.

Tesla Motors unveils Model 3 — Electric cars for ordinary buyers

Thousands of people lined up outside Tesla Motors dealerships across the country Thursday as its lower-priced Model 3 went on sale for the first time.

One dead in CHP related crash

The California Highway Patrol was involved in an accident Monday night which resulted in a fatality. The identification of the victim has been released, the officer remains unnamed.

Judge gives Volkswagen one more month to settle diesel fix

Volkswagen missed its deadline today to present an agreement to fix diesel emission problems affecting over half-a-million cars in the United States.

Police suspect driver drowsiness or distraction caused Spain bus crash

Police investigating a weekend bus crash in Spain that killed 13 foreign students said Wednesday they suspect the driver either dozed off or became distracted by a conversation just before the accident.

Woman parked in disabled space freaks out when questioned

A man confronted an able-bodied woman outside a Toronto Tim Horton's after she returned to her car parked in a handicapped parking space. After she admitted she was not disabled, she threw two cups of coffee at the man as he recorded the exchange.

16 arrested in Colombian taxi driver protest against Uber

Sixteen people have been arrested during a major demonstration by Bogota taxi drivers against ride-sharing app Uber, authorities said.