The U.S. government plans to sell another 30 million shares of General Motors stock in a public offering.
Auto companies are hoping lower lease prices can put a charge into sluggish electric car sales.
The president of Russia signs a new law banning American families from adopting Russian children in foster care and orphanages. The ban goes into effect on the first of January and many families are now wondering if their adoption proceedings will be thrown out.
A plan to end the AIDS epidemic was recently outlined by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in anticipation of World AIDS Day.
Customer satisfaction with vehicle purchases has hit an all-time high, tying a mark set back in 2009.
Three popular auto-related claims from the Democratic Party are examined and graded for accuracy.
With the best hybrids getting about 50 miles to a gallon now, can all new cars really hit 54.5 by 2025?
The numbers are in: Find out America’s top 10 cities for avoiding (and getting into) an accident.
The death toll blamed on storms and the ensuing blackout across the eastern U.S. is now at 26 after two accidents in Virginia.
The move equates to lower production costs, and hopefully a lower sticker price too.
We’re learning you need to be less concerned about nosy Aunt Margaret than Uncle Sam.
“Poetic” is certainly not the first word that comes to mind when trying to describe what it’s like to work in an automotive plant. And that makes the naming of Motor City native and former […]