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Shipping trying to clean up its act

In the port of Antwerp in Belgium, a small boat whizzes around, shuttling 16 passengers back and forth. The "Hydroville" is fast, silent and, most strikingly, it produces zero pollution.

Electric vehicles changing all cars' looks

As automakers race to electrify their model lineups, the competition to stand out has never been greater. Luckily, thanks to electrification, the opportunities to develop new designs are abundant. But if automakers want to succeed, designers need to seize these new opportunities and start developing the cars of the future.

Tesla to teach drivers how to use cars

Tesla executives are looking for ways to improve service and lower costs after the company posted another three months of major losses Wednesday. One proposed strategy: doing a better job of teaching customers how to use their cars.

Lacrosse now has new US pro league

There's a new professional men's league playing its inaugural season in the U.S., and it might be the media-savvy approach with deep-pocketed investors to bring lacrosse to the next level in sports viewership. It's called the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL).

Apollo 11 paving path from moon to Mars

Fifty years after humans first stepped on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission, NASA has created a goal of landing the first woman and next man on the moon's South Pole by 2024. NASA has dubbed this path back to the moon Artemis, after Apollo's twin sister from Greek mythology.