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April 6, 2018

In its second year, March for Science grows up

Science – The March for Science, which drew more than a million people to streets around the world last April in reaction to the policies of newly elected U.S. President Donald Trump, shows signs of becoming a movement.

April 6, 2018

Trump to tap No. 2 official to run NHTSA

Autoblog – The White House intends to nominate a top auto-safety agency official to run the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as regulators deal with contentious issues such as autonomous vehicles.

April 6, 2018

Before Uber pedestrian death, cyclists had warnings about self-driving cars

Consumer Affairs – Elaine Herzberg may be the first pedestrian to die in a collision with a car equipped with semi-autonomous technology, but she’s not necessarily the first bystander. For several years, motorcyclists and bicyclists have raised questions about cars currently being tested, as well as the autonomous cars that the industry promises will come in the future.

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