After Chevy recalled all their Chevy Cobalts, workers at the plant say that there was trouble all along.
A Source asking not to be identified stated that two caught on fire in the building they were working on them.
"The ones checking out their...
The Government has today announced plans aimed at reducing the number of road accidents involving cyclists.
'Successive governments have been worried about the safety of cyclists in Britain for very many years,' admitted Secretary of State for Tra...
News that the UK now has more than four million drivers aged over seventy has surprised some, but it is the fact that they are subject to different driving rules which has come as a real shock to many people.
The over-seventies licence, which must...
As the fifteenth anniversary of Princess Diana's death creeps up on us, there is little or no mention of her in even the tabloid press, as the media spotlight seems firmly focussed on whether Stephen Hawking wins gold in the Paralympics high diving e...
Mercedes are already well known for their extensive feature list and super safe cars. Now, they have gone a stage further and produced what they claim is the safest car in the world. Although only currently in concept stage, they may have a point.
Concerns continue to be raised about risks associated with the silent motion of electric automobiles.
In a recent report, Ivor Hardhat, chairman of the International Society for the Prevention of Accidents, highlights the problem: 'Without an audi...
The fire in a scrap yard below the M1 in north London which caused havoc for many motorists during a busy weekend when there were major events at Wembley as well as the London Marathon has aroused concern about the safety of having industrial units b...
In a multi-billion pound effort to reduce unemployment and put an end to road rage, the UK Government has decided to implement changes on British roads.
"After a six year study," said Jacqui Smith, the Home Secretary, "we have determined the major...
According to research and figures released by the Department of Transport, a pedestrian is knocked down every six minutes on Britain's roads.
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