Since 2000, Americans more than doubled their annual per capita intake of bottled water from 16.74 gallons to just over 34 gallons.
The $6.7 billion contract is expected to support thousands of jobs.
Fires and explosions at a hazardous material warehouse in the eastern port city of Tianjin on Aug. 12 have killed 139 people and left 34 missing.
Researchers from the University of Michigan developed the substance intended to be used in spaceflight to stop potential oxygen leaks, but scientists said that it could also prove useful to automakers and other industries on Earth.
The service, called Hum, would be able to detect accidents, dispatch roadside assistance and help track stolen vehicles.
The Commerce Department said Wednesday orders for durable goods increased 2 percent in July after a 4.1 percent gain in June.
Respondents said they were less likely to use a technology if the seller didn’t explain the technology when they purchased the vehicle.
The settlement ending an 11-year legal battle that spanned both Democratic and Republican governors is "fair, reasonable, in the public interest, and consistent with the goals of the Spill Compensation and Control Act," Superior Court Judge Michael Hogan wrote.
Restarting North American production of the Ranger would mark Ford's return to the midsize truck market in the U.S. and improve its compliance with stricter fuel efficiency standards.
The production of methane could be sustainably fueled by microbes instead of collected as a byproduct of natural gas drilling, where it is a potent greenhouse gas.
The expansion of the program to Seattle and three nearby suburbs will also reportedly include alcoholic beverages for the first time.
Royal Truck & Equipment demonstrated its new driverless crash truck that it hopes will some day improve safety at work zones around the country.
U.S. safety regulators have rejected an electrical engineer's request to investigate low-speed unintended acceleration in Toyota and Lexus cars.
BP's refinery in Whiting, Indiana was shut down earlier this month after officials discovered leaking pipes in its largest crude distillation unit.
The fund has made offers in 124 death cases and 275 injury crashes. Of those, 325 were accepted, eight rejected and 65 haven't decided.
The latest round of cuts is expected to take place through early 2016.
Last year automakers recalled a record 64 million vehicles for problems.
This doesn’t change the robot’s operation path, just its speed and sequence.
The Industrial Equipment Manufacturing campus will be just over a million square-feet with the upcoming expansion, to be completed in September 2016.