The union and U.S. automakers are bracing for an especially tough fight at the bargaining table this summer.
But their appeal is rebuffed by the White House.
Automakers are showing off SUVs and trucks — and few electric cars — at the Detroit auto show.
This might be the Trump administration’s most destructive climate policy change yet.
Car companies' promises on climate change are running on empty.
SpaceX's successful maiden flight of its Falcon Heavy rocket puts humans one step closer to Mars.
The Chinese government considers the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader to be a dangerous separatist.
Asian shares fell sharply on Tuesday after Wall Street suffered its biggest decline since 2011.
BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen have distanced themselves from the studies or apologized.
The president hasn't really done anything on trade.
The government says Australia currently only sells about $1.5bn to $2.5bn in defence exports a year.
The plan to hire the automaker to overhaul internal practices at an agency that regulates it drew fire from former EPA officials and watchdog groups.
At least 21 deaths worldwide are linked to the Takata inflators that can rupture and send deadly metal fragments inside vehicles.
States can spend as much as 15 percent of their payout to subsidize construction of public charging stations for electric cars.
As 2017 ends and 2018 begins, many of us reflect on the year that has past and think about the year to come. In the United