National Transportation Safety Board
NTSB kicked Tesla off fatal crash probe, report saysApril 12
Musk, NTSB chief talk after spat over fatal crash probeApril 10
Waymo CEO says self-driving tech not to blame in deadly Tesla crashApril 3
NTSB 'unhappy' Tesla disclosed details of fatal crashApril 1
Tesla says crashed vehicle had been on autopilot prior to accidentMarch 31
NTSB opens probe into fatal Tesla crash, fire in CaliforniaMarch 27
Uber disabled Volvo vehicle's safety system before self-driving fatalityMarch 27
Fatal Uber crash provides ammo for opponents of Senate autonomous vehicle billMarch 20
Safety advocates urged the Senate to suspend consideration of legislation governing autonomous vehicles until regulators complete investigations into Sunday's fatal accident involving an Uber vehicle and the January crash in California involving a Tesla vehicle and a parked fire truck.
Tesla crash in California draws interest from U.S. investigatorsJan. 23
NTSB to probe autonomous shuttle crash in Las VegasNov. 10, 2017
Federal transportation safety officials headed to Las Vegas on Friday to investigate a collision this week between a self-driving shuttle bus on its first day of service and a truck, which was blamed on human error.
Operational limits played key role in Tesla crash on Autopilot, board saysSept. 12, 2017
U.S. streamlines autonomous vehicle guidelinesSept. 11, 2017
The new Transportation Department policy is expected to offer the lighter regulatory touch that automakers have pushed for. For example, automakers will not have to seek approval from regulators before putting self-driving vehicles on the road.