The touch screen systems in new vehicles are distracting, increasing the risk of accidents. That's according to a new study from the University of Utah. Researchers say all 30 systems they tested cause some level of driver distraction. A prominent safety advocate says automakers can make their systems safer by preventing drivers from using certain features when the car is moving.
As President Trump is expected to take a step against the Iran nuclear deal, experts in weapons inspections see a strict process that is meant to follow nearly every bit of nuclear fuel in Iran — but still has some gray areas.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt announced Monday that he will sign a proposed rule Tuesday to withdraw from the Clean Power Plan, an Obama-designed plan to meet US obligations under the Paris climate accord.
Spanish flags suddenly adorn Madrid balconies. Many Spaniards are rallying behind their government, as it cracks down on an independence push by Catalonia. Some accuse Catalonia of threatening the democracy Spaniards created after a 40-year dictatorship.