This year, more automakers will roll out electric cars to American roadways.
A ski fan waves a swiss flag, backdropped by the Eiger mountain during the World Cup Men's downhill skiing event in Wengen on Jan. 16.
In the race for the best green auto technology, Detroit is a slightly late entrant. But from battery innovation to re-training workers, the Motor City is going to give green a go.
Government officials insist that the swine flu vaccine is safe. But critics have doubts about its effectiveness and effect on children.
Penske's bid to buy Saturn from GM fell apart Thursday, ending a grand experiment in American automaking.
The authorities have launched a pilot project allowing some trade in renminbi. It comes as top US and Chinese officials wrap up a summit on economic coordination Tuesday.
Lear Corp., the second largest producer of car seats, filed for bankruptcy Tuesday.
The role of the supreme leader has changed, but Iran's top cleric, Ayatollah Khamenei, still holds sway. How the political system in Tehran works, and who will determine what comes next.
Groups opposed to the decision have until Thursday to appeal it.
For many of the 41 million Americans who rely on light trucks, new efficiency isn't worth the higher upfront cost.