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Human drivers don't do a good job of navigating dense traffic, researchers say, but an experiment using AI means help could be on the way.
Some banks give you more than $100 for opening a new account with them as a bonus. Here are a few things you should keep in mind. PennyGem’s Johana Restrepo has more.
With temperatures dropping, prepare to spend more time in the morning clearing frost, ice and potentially snow from their car.
The 2023 Acura Integra and the 2023 Mazda 3 Turbo both promise driving fun at a somewhat reasonable price. Which hatchback does it better?
One barrier to an all-EV future in the U.S. is the current lack of a nationwide charging infrastructure. Although the total number of EV chargers has increased from less than 500 to more than 115,000 over the last decade, they are not evenly distributed among states. To determine the states …
AAA predicted nearly 55 million people are hitting the roads in the days leading up to Thanksgiving this year, making it the third busiest Thanksgiving travel season since tracking started.
The CR-V was Honda's most popular vehicle in 2021 and the fifth-bestselling car in America. And for 2023, it receives a total makeover.
Tesla's Model Y SUV, the best-selling electric vehicle in the U.S., faces a new rival in the Genesis GV60. Here's a look at which is the better buy.
Car insurance is required to drive legally in nearly all states, so it’s helpful to know what you can expect to pay for coverage. Forbes Advisor found the average cost of car insurance is $1,601 for full coverage and $513 for state minimum coverage. We analyzed rates from the best car insurance companies to get […]
Kia is telling owners of Sportage SUVs in the U.S. to park them outdoors after reports of more engine fires — the 2nd recall of them due to fire risks.
Are vehicle brands willing to completely discontinue conventional cars if most buyers aren't too keen on making the switch?
This futuristic looking Roll-Royce is leading the race in electric, sleek-looking automobiles. Yair Ben-Dor has the story.
The humble baguette — the crunchy ambassador for French baking around the world — is being added to the U.N.'s list of intangible cultural heritage as a cherished tradition to be preserved by humanity.
The type of glass you choose to drink wine from has a significant impact on its taste.sses are a good option.
'Delish' reports that the World Cheese Awards took place on Nov. 2. The competition was organized by The Guild of Fine Food. Over 4,000 cheeses were judged at what is often referred to as the "World Cup of Cheese".
Q: We tried to purchase two different lots in a lake community about two hours from where we live. They have a right of first refusal clause in the bylaws of the community association. We had signed contracts on both of these lots.
From condos to single-family houses, there are many options to consider when buying a home. ZeroDown compiled a list of the six common types of homes.
The housing market is in grim shape. The hopeful news is that America has been through this before — in 1981 — and things eventually got better.
Thieves inspired by social media are stealing certain models of Kias and Hyundais with little more than a phone-charging cable. The trend started in Milwaukee before spreading to cities nationwide.…
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Cheapinsurance.com compiled this list of five common auto collision repairs using information from across the internet. Cost estimates come from a variety of sources, including LendingTree and Chase Bank.
Production of all-new 2023 Honda CR-V begins in North America.
Inventory is sticking around longer, too, as rising rates cause some consumers to pump the brakes.
Word of anti-lockdown protests in China spread on domestic social media for a short period last weekend, thanks to a rare pause in the cat-and-mouse game that goes on between millions of Chinese internet users and the country’s gargantuan censorship machine. Chinese authorities maintain a tight grip on the country’s internet via a complex, multi-layered censorship operation that blocks access to almost all foreign news and social media, and blocks topics and keywords considered politically sensitive or detrimental to the Chinese Communist Party’s rule. Videos of or calls to protest are usually deleted immediately. But at moments of overwhelming public anger, experts said, the system can struggle to keep up.
With his death, former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin leaves behind a very different China than the one he tried to shape. Now it’s Xi Jinping’s nation. It’s also a country in the throes of protests against “zero-COVID” lockdowns that saw protesters take to the streets of Beijing and Shanghai and call for an end to Communist Party rule. Jiang’s exit came smack in the middle of the most visible demonstrations since the 1989 bloodshed on Tiananmen Square. Looking at his leadership underscores the difference between the China of the late 1990s and early 2000s and today’s more insular and, in some cases, more authoritarian society.
A campaign to vaccinate older Chinese has sparked hopes Beijing might roll back severe anti-virus controls that prompted angry protesters to demand President Xi Jinping resign. But the country faces daunting hurdles before “zero COVID” can end. Global stock markets rose after Beijing announced the long-awaited campaign Tuesday. A low vaccination rate is one of the biggest obstacles to ending curbs that confine millions of people to their homes. Health experts and economists warn a vaccination effort will take months. They say China also must build up its hospitals and work out a long-term virus strategy, so “zero COVID” is likely to stay in place until mid-2023 and possibly as late as 2024.
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 30, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- For patients with early Alzheimer disease, lecanemab reduced markers of amyloid and resulted in moderately less decline in cognition and function at 18 months, according to a study published online Nov. 29 in the New England Journal of Medicine to coincide with the annual Clinical Trials on Alzheimer's Disease conference, held from Nov. 29 to Dec. 2 in San Francisco.
Jennifer Grey has teased "a few other characters" will be returning for the 'Dirty Dancing' sequel, though she didn't confirm who.
Will Smith missed "surprising" fans who had just seen a preview of his new movie 'Emancipation' after testing positive for COVID-19.
A OnePoll survey of 2,00 pet owners found that 81% of people are happy to stay at home for the holidays with their pets.
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