White House Ends California Mileage Talks, Setting Up Showdown
Dropped Thermos Suspected in Deadly New York Bus Crash in 2017
No further discussions are scheduled over the critical auto industry rules, sources say.
The administration’s move comes amid escalating tensions between it and Democratic leaders of the most populous U.S. state.
The Tariffs No One Seems to Want Edge Closer to Trump’s Arsenal
NHTSA's Autopilot Claim That Tesla Touted Disputed in New Study
The 2018 total represents a decline of just 231 deaths -- roughly 1 percent -- from road deaths in 2017.
John Dingell Hailed by Automakers and Politicians on Both Sides
Fiat Chrysler Pays $77 Million for Missing Fuel Economy Target
EPA Chief Says Agency, California ‘Far Apart’ on Car Emissions
Speed, Distracted Driving Make U.S. Safety Board's ‘Most Wanted’
Delayed by Shutdown, NTSB Heads to Deadly Crash Scenes Weeks Late
Federal Workers Calling in Sick Spotlights Limits on Job Actions
Colorado Joining California in Mandating Electric-Vehicle Sales
Four Ex-Audi Officials Indicted by U.S. Over Emissions Cheating
Stretch Limos Would Be Banned in New York Under Cuomo Proposal
Officials from Washington to Wall Street are skeptic if the partial U.S. government shutdown extends into spring -- or beyond.
FAA to Recall Thousands of Furloughed Inspectors to Break Logjams
Fiat Chrysler CEO Says Shutdown Could Delay Launch of Its New Trucks
Fiat Chrysler Agrees to Pay Fine, Recall Vehicles in Diesel Case
Many government departments have been shuttered and some 800,000 employees are either furloughed or working without pay.