Federal officials concede that the death toll is an undercount. Fatalities involving some trail machines are not included.
Business groups call on well-connected lobbying firm to help thwart unwanted federal standards. They have not been disappointed.
When sued for withholding records, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has fared poorly in court.
Garrett Wilhelm was chatting with the Facetime app on his Apple iPhone, police say, as he sped along an interstate highway northwest of Dallas on the day before Christmas in 2014. He crashed his SUV into a sedan carrying a young family, killing five-year-old Moriah Modisette and injuring her parents [...]
Innocent bystanders and others are killed when police chase drivers at high speeds, often for minor infractions and in risky circumstances.
For years, truck drivers hauling billions of dollars of clothing, appliances and other consumer goods from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have complained about rampant wage law violations by the trucking firms that hire them. The alleged abuses include failing to pay minimum wages and overtime. But [...]
Attorney David Kurtz's suit for 4 crash victims morphed into a legal fight calling into question the integrity of America’s No. 1 tire maker.
Without explanation, officials eventually altered crash data, revealing a death toll more than 3 times higher than previously acknowledged.
Car companies got more regulatory relief than they bargained for after they asked the administration to ease mileage requirements.
Despite mounting casualties from crashes of recreational off-highway vehicles, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has shot down a proposal to track injuries and deaths involving the popular trail machines.