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Volkswagen to stop selling most of its vehicles in South Korea

This makes the diesel stop-sale in the US seem like a small hiccup.

By July 22, 2016


Lady Gaga is now banned in China

The American pop star is the latest victim of the Great Firewall of China, angering the country's officials by meeting with the Dalai Lama.

By June 27, 2016


Video catches 100 drivers blow through stop signs in 90 minutes

Technically Incorrect: One New Jersey resident resorts to a modern method of shaming -- a video posted to YouTube and Facebook -- to help solve a local traffic problem.

By June 21, 2016


Russian government hackers allegedly stole Democrats' research on Trump

The hackers allegedly gained access to the Democratic National Committee's network and snagged emails, chat transcripts and a database of political info on the likely Republican presidential nominee.

By June 14, 2016


India rejects Google Street View over security concerns

The 360-degree mapping service, currently unavailable in the subcontinent, was reportedly rejected by the Indian government after a terror attack on a military base.

By June 10, 2016


France launches anti-terror app to keep fans on the ball at Euro 2016

The app will provide reliable information to football fans travelling to the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament.

By June 8, 2016


Germany to take a second look at dozens of cars with high CO2 output

According to a member of Germany's transport ministry, nearly 60 percent of cars tested had "inexplicably" high carbon-dioxide output.

By May 24, 2016


Spellbound: Harry Potter fans rave about 'Cursed Child,' but (mostly) keep its secrets

The long-awaited new play begins with previews in London this week, and fans are finding it magical.

By June 8, 2016


Getting closer: VW receives green light to fix 800,000 European diesels

800,000 down, about 8 million left to go.

By June 3, 2016


Apple may yet be allowed to roll out retail stories in India

The Indian government may exempt Apple from local component sourcing rules, but only for the first two or three years, says the Times of India.

By June 6, 2016