Prince Consort Henrik of Denmark tests drive a Tesla electric Roadster during his visit to the Tesla headquarters in Palo Alto, California June 13, 2011

Top Gear Tesla Roadster Lawsuit Dismissed in British Court

Electric car company Tesla Motors has lost its suit against British comedic car show Top Gear, in a final ruling by a British court.
Steven Tyler

Steven Tyler Act Passes In Hawaii Senate To Protect Celebrity Privacy From Parapazzi

In the name of celebrity privacy, the Hawaii state Senate has voted to pass the "Steven Tyler Act" on Tuesday which will prohibit paparazzi from taking unwanted photos or video of celebs in their private moments when they visit the islands of Honolulu.
Vanuatu

Vanuatu Quake: 6.1 Magnitude Earthquake Causes Minimal Damage On Island, No Casualties

On Thursday afternoon, a strong earthquake shook Vanuatu, a small South Pacific island. However, officials report that there was no major damage or causalities.

Delta (DAL) Offers Starbucks, New Products & Services On Flights Between New York And West Coast Cities

Delta Airlines says its transcontinental trips between New York and either Los Angeles, San Francisco or Seattle will offer more dining and entertainment choices for those traveling in all customer classes.

Italy and Greece Flooded by Torrential Rain [VIDEO]

Overnight, streets throughout Italy and Greece turned into rivers as torrential rains flooded south eastern Europe on Friday leaving many neighborhoods in ruin
A Tesla Model S electric sedan is driven near the company's factory in Fremont, California, June 22, 2012

Tesla Motors Model S Review: Tesla Releases Latest Earnings Report, How Has the NYTimes Review Affected Tesla Stock?

Tesla Motors, the electric car company founded by Elon Musk, posted its fourth quarter earnings on Wednesday.
The Tesla Model X Concept SUV is displayed at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan January 15, 2013

Tesla Motors Model S Review: NYTimes Public Editor Responds to Uproar, Cites "Problems With Precision and Judgment, but Not Integrity"

The New York Times has officially weighed in on the debate over a biting review of the Tesla Model S electric car published two weeks ago.
Tesla Model S electric cars before the journey

Tesla Motors Model S Review: Many Model S Owners Successfully Recreate NYTimes Review Trip

Outraged over John Broder’s scathing New York Times review of the Tesla Model S electric car, a group of Model S owners banded together over the weekend to recreate Broder’s ill-fated trip up the I-95 corridor.
Delta Flight

Man Slaps Crying Baby And Uses A Racial Slur On A Delta Flight

A man from Idaho went too far in response to a toddler who was crying on a Delta Airlines flight traveling from Minnesota to Georgia. Joe Rickey Handley slapped and used a racial slur toward a 2-year-old boy aboard Flight 721.
The Tesla charging station is displayed at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan January 15, 2013.

Tesla Motors Model S Review: NYTimes Reviewer John Broder Responds to 'Fake' Review Allegations by Elon Musk

New York Times reporter John Broder responds to Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk’s data dump, refusing to back down and vigorously defending his negative review of the Tesla Model S electric car last week.
View of the Tesla Model S with rear facing seats and the company's charging station (L) at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan January 15, 2013

Tesla Motors Model S Review: CNN Recreates NYTimes Reviewer's Disputed Trip With No Problems and Charge to Spare

Tesla founder Elon Musk and New York Times reporter John Broder are still trading barbs over Broder’s now infamoud test drive of the Tesla Model S, but now CNN is weighing in with their own test drive.
carnival cruise

Stranded Carnival Cruise Ship Conditions 'Getting Worse by the Hour'

The vacation from hell has apparently gotten even worse. Conditions on the fire-damaged Carnival Triumph cruise ship adrift in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico are "getting worse by the hour."

Winter Storm Nemo Forecast Causes Airlines to Cancel 1,400 Flights Ahead of Blizzard

Airlines are reporting more than 1,400 flight cancellations in anticipation of the major winter storm targeting the Northeast that could bring up to two feet of snow in some regions.
MTA subway train

MTA Subway Safety Doors: MTA Cites $1 Billion Price Tag for Subway Platforms Gates; 100 Deaths Likely for 2013

Subway Safety Doors: MTA Cites $1 Billion Price Tag for Subway Platforms Gates; 100 Deaths Likely for 2013
American Airlines

American Airlines, US Airways Merger Update: Negotiation Talks Are in 'Final Stages'; TWU Workers to Receive 4.8 Percent Pay Increase, Pending on Merger

About two months after U.S. Airways issued a merger proposal to AMR Corp., a decision could come in the next two weeks.
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