Supreme Court Turns Away GM Appeal Over Ignition SwitchesA federal appeals court ruled last year that GM remains responsible for ignition-switch injuries and deaths that occurred pre-bankruptcy.
GM Halts Operations In Venezuela After Factory Seized By AuthoritiesGM says the plant was taken in disregard of its right to due process.
How Dangerous Air Bags Can Find Their Way Into Used CarsAt least 16 people have been killed by Takata inflators worldwide and more than 180 injured.
U-M Study: Majority Of Americans Want Flying CarsWhile automakers are developing driverless vehicles, a new study suggests what Americans really want are flying cars.
Subaru Recalls Over 33K Cars To Fix Engine Stalling ProblemThe company began investigating in January after getting several reports of stalling.
Truck, SUV Sales Keep Rising As Car Sales Continue To SlideAmerica's love affair with SUVs and trucks continued in March, but that's being offset.
Ford Recalls 440K Vehicles For Fire Risk, Door Latch TroubleThe recalls will hit the company's bottom line in the first quarter of this year.
Trump Announces Plan To Re-Examine Fuel Economy Standards"The era for the economic surrender for the United States is over, it's over," Trump told the crowd.
Autoworkers Get Time Off To Attend, Others Protest Detroit Area Trump SpeechThe crowd inside was a mix of supporters and the curious.
Trump Headed To Michigan To Discuss Eliminating Regulations, Creating Jobs In U.S. Auto IndustryPresident Donald Trump is headed to Ypsilanti this week to discuss federal policy concerning the U.S. auto industry.
Michigan Auto Supplier Expects Nearly 200 LayoffsThis is despite a more than $23 million expansion plan just six months ago.
GM Will Lay Off 1,100 At Lansing Delta Township Assembly Plant"The seniority employees will be laid off; the temporary employees will be released," GM spokesman Tom Wickham said Monday.