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It's fortunate that auto industry officials have enjoyed a seat at the table in the Trump White House, and that they'll now have an opportunity to make their case with regard to the greenhouse-gas and fuel-economy programs.
Detroit's fake-news factories are humming again with announcements of massive new investments in American manufacturing.
Scott Pruitt distanced himself from candidate Donald Trump's promise to "gut" the agency and his claim that climate change is a hoax perpetrated by China.
Mark Rosekind, looking back on his two-year tenure as head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, credited the auto industry for being open to the agency's aggressive efforts to create a more proactive...
Federal regulators offered the auto industry some relief today on two key areas of the U.S. government's light-vehicle fuel economy program that had sparked new tensions between the administration and the industry.
When Mary Barra faced a massive recall crisis as General Motors' new CEO, she implored employees to never forget the errors of GM's past.
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