Spanish subsidiary SEAT said 700,000 of its cars were also fitted with the engine.
BMW might be the next automaker in the sights of U.S. safety regulators.
The state must find another source to fill the 800-mile trans-Alaska pipeline.
Guidebooks rarely mention it, but Paris is one of the most polluted cities in the rich world.
Officials said that the strain caused by e-commerce forced the changes.
Utilities and smaller solar installers fight over the future of the U.S. energy system.
The new machine can make single servings of Coke, Sprite, Dr. Pepper and more.
The $265 million facility in Canada is expected to open in about 20 months.
Fourteen BMW vehicles were tested to show that they comply with EU NOx emissions rules.
The Mexican food chain stopped serving pork at about a third of its restaurants in January after it said one of its suppliers violated its animal welfare standards.
The plant is expected to employ about 2,000 workers throughout the next decade.
The results include sales in China, which was included in the launch for the first time.
This is the latest in a series of moves by the fast food giant to appeal to shifting consumer attitudes.
The new factory marks a step toward a production goal of 500,000 cars annually by 2020.
NASA finally announced what it billed as a “major” finding over the weekend.
So far, 23.4 million Takata air bag inflators have been recalled on 19.2 million vehicles.
The world's seventh biggest greenhouse gas polluter said it will cut emissions by 37 percent.
Alcoa Inc., based in New York, expects the split to be complete by late 2016.
The observatory, named Astrosat, will attempt a deeper study of star systems.
More than a year ago, a report chronicled the havoc wreaked on Starbucks' baristas by its sophisticated scheduling technology.