Ford's new aluminum F-150 got mixed results in the IIHS small overlap front crash test.
Here’s a look at how women are faring in manufacturing, by the numbers.
The Haynes Automobile Co.'s four-story brick building dates to 1916.
Lack of control is the main issue for drivers who prefer no self-driving capability.
Engineers at the giant social network say they've built a drone with a 140-foot wingspan.
The 2015 report surveyed 116 manufacturers and distributors.
A panel has approved legislation that would lift the 40-year-old ban on crude oil exports.
The deal includes damages related to pollution at about 1,700 gas station sites.
They can print matrices that serve as the internal structure for buildings.
Also in this episode, unions might get overhauled and self-driving taxis are coming.
Boeing could move some of its operations overseas.
Hacking into the TrackingPoint self-aiming rifles can make the guns miss the target.
It would be a major shift for both the e-commerce giant and the grocery industry.
The expansion will allow ARI to retrofit tank railcars to meet stricter safety standards.
The tread can separate, causing a loss of air and increasing the risk of a crash.
Toyota is banking on the demand for robot helpers to grow.
Shell expects to eliminate 6,500 staff and contractor positions this year.
Ford switched from steel to aluminum for the body of the truck late last year.
The dangling protesters have caused quite the spectacle.