Two-faced industry on display at L.A. auto showDec. 10
President George H.W. Bush, free-trade proponent, ethanol supporter, dies at 94Dec. 1
George H. W. Bush, the nation's 41st president who championed NAFTA and faced pressure from U.S. automakers to ease Japanese imports in the late 1980s and early 1990s, died Friday. He was 94. Bush, a Republican, also supported wider use of ethanol in cars and light trucks to lower the nation's reliance on foreign oil and supported safety advances such as airbags in light trucks.
Why self-driving vehicles need a crystal ballDec. 1
Self-driving wonder meets Michigan weatherNov. 30
Even a little crummy weather might pose big problems for self-driving systems. New research from Michigan State University suggests light rain and drizzle can confound the algorithms that autonomous systems use to detect pedestrians, bicyclists and other road users.
IIHS says headlights improve, but with high costNov. 29
Judge orders new talks in FCA, U.S. case over diesel emissionsNov. 28
A federal judge in San Francisco ordered the Justice Department and Fiat Chrysler to hold new talks with a court-appointed settlement master to try to settle the government's civil suit over the company's diesel vehicle emissions.
California counters Trump's car emissions rollback with new planNov. 13
D.C. forecast: Cloudy, chance of tariffsNov. 11
House panel could shift auto finance stanceNov. 12
As Democrats gain control of the House, a new chairman of the House Financial Services Committee with views radically different from her predecessor could shift the panel's stance on automotive finance regulation.
White House, California to meet over emissions rulesNov. 8
California clean air regulators will hold talks on Tuesday with their federal counterparts and the White House over Trump administration efforts to stop Sacramento from adopting tighter vehicle emissions rules than Washington.
GM is making a big mistakeNov. 5
Time running out for autonomous car bill sought by automakersOct. 31
A push on Capitol Hill to speed development of self-driving vehicles may not cross the finish line in time for this Congress — casting doubt on the future of unusually bipartisan legislation in Washington.