Uber self-driving car failed to recognize pedestrian, brake in Ariz. fatality, U.S. findsMay 24
An Uber autonomous vehicle that struck and killed a woman in Arizona in March failed to identify the pedestrian or to brake, raising serious questions about its performance, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a preliminary report released Thursday.
Automakers to White House: Climate change is realMay 21
U.S. safety agency to probe Tesla crash in UtahMay 16
King's nomination hearing for NHTSA chief hits on lethal airbagsMay 16
NHTSA slams low Takata airbag recall rate by automakers, asks for meetingsMay 14
Software error led to fatal Uber crash with pedestrian, report saysMay 7
NTSB 'unhappy' Tesla disclosed details of fatal crashApril 1
Uber reaches settlement with family of autonomous vehicle victimMarch 28
The family of the woman killed by an Uber self-driving vehicle in Arizona reached a settlement with the ride services company, ending a potential legal battle over the first fatality caused by an autonomous vehicle.