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KickingTiresIf government projections hold true, Americans this year will pay the lowest summer gas prices they have in two years. The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported this week that the price for a gallon of regular gas is expected to......
KickingTiresDodge sold just 7,154 Dart sedans in January ??? better than December 2012, but a shabby performance when you consider that Honda moved 21,881 Civics, Ford sold 16,161 Focuses and Toyota moved 23,822 Corollas and Matrixes. Dodge dealers opened January.......
KickingTiresThe return of Michelle Rodriguez as the ostensibly back-from-the-dead Letty Ortiz in "Fast & Furious 6," roaring into theaters May 24, has been a key element in the film's prerelease marketing. Similarly, the resurrected-for-2013 Dodge Dart is ready for...
KickingTiresCalifornia became the third state to legalize self-driving cars, according to the Wall Street Journal. Nevada passed similar legislation around this time last year, as did Florida, the newspaper reports. At the signing ceremony for the legislation were...
KickingTiresModel-year 2012 versions of the BMW 7 Series and 3 Series now have access to a sophisticated speech-dictation software, according to The Wall Street Journal. The app, called Dragon Drive Messaging, is made by Nuance, a popular speech-recognition developer...
KickingTiresAs auto sales continue to rise, so too does the number of car dealerships and salespeople working at them, according to The Detroit News. In the first three months of 2012, 66 auto dealerships opened and 146,500 more jobs were......
With the Iraq War behind us and our departure from Afghanistan underway, the United States could be entering a well-earned respite from fighting. But even before peace can take hold, hawks are singing the old country song: "I've enjoyed as much of this as...
Does torture work? It is a Bush-era debate that has found Obama-era relevance because of a new movie, "Zero Dark Thirty," in which torture seems to work quite well. The film, an Oscar nominee for Best Picture, is being sold as a fact-based...
If President Obama was the darling of that so-called liberal media, he is certainly its biggest enemy today. Instead, he’s basically a lame duck pariah who now has the full attention of every broadcast analyst, Internet blogger and newspaper...
Things are awfully good at SeaWorld nowadays. Sales have topped $1 billion. Profits are soaring. A public stock offering wildly exceeded expectations. You might expect SeaWorld's tax bill to soar as well. After all, that's what happens to most of us...
Once in a while, a government agency adopts a policy that is logical, hardheaded, based on experience and unswayed by cheap sentiment. This may be surprising enough to make you reconsider your view of bureaucrats. But not to worry: It usually doesn't...
Rude, entitled, arrogant and off-putting: That's how the conventionally wise in Washington are characterizing Ted Cruz, the conservative new senator from Texas. It's a better description of the critics themselves, who are inadvertently helping Cruz...
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