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Dutch police: 4 children killed in crash between train, bike

Sep 20, 2018

A train slammed into an electric cargo bike carrying children to school in the Netherlands on Thursday morning, killing four children and critically injuring two people, police said

Germany to have 1 million electric cars by 2022

Sep 19, 2018

Germans are beginning to embrace electric cars, with experts predicting the country will have a million hybrid or battery-electric vehicles on the road by 2022

European nations plan to use more hydrogen for energy needs

Sep 18, 2018

European countries want to increase the use of hydrogen as part of a plan to cut the continent's carbon emissions

EU investigates German carmakers for possible collusion

Sep 18, 2018

The EU's anti-trust watchdog is investigating whether automakers BMW, Daimler and the VW group colluded to limit the development and roll out of car emission control systems

Will flying cars take off? Japan's government hopes so

Sep 18, 2018

Japan starts vertical-takeoff 'flying cars' project, working with airline, Toyota startup, Uber

Saudi fund pumps $1B into Silicon Valley electric car maker

Sep 17, 2018

Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund makes $1B investment in Silicon Valley electric car maker after talk of Tesla buyout fizzles

NASA satellite launched to measure Earth's ice changes

Sep 15, 2018

A NASA satellite designed to precisely measure changes in Earths ice sheets, glaciers, sea ice and vegetation has been launched from California

Markets Right Now: US stocks wobble in midday trading

Sep 12, 2018

Stocks are wobbling in midday trading on Wall Street as losses for big technology companies and banks cancel out gains elsewhere in the market.

McDonald's, Google strike wind power deals in Europe

Sep 12, 2018

McDonald's customers in the Netherlands will soon be able to buy fast food for their electric cars as well as themselves

Agency seeks anti-lock brakes on all new US road motorcycles

Sep 11, 2018

A federal safety agency is recommending that all new motorcycles built for road use in the U.S. have anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control as standard equipment

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