The Detroit Auto Show is in full swing, and it seems that every participant is promising a new hybrid, a gas-sipping microcar, or a fully electric vehicle.
Toyota, Honda, and BMW report declines of 30 percent or more in December.
Three environmental models: Toyota's Prius factory, an electronics recycler, and a village that recycles 80 percent of its trash.
In the South, host to foreign-owned plants, there is little sympathy held for Detroit.
Their CEOs visit Washington, trying a second time to win lawmaker approval for an auto industry bailout.
The snowstorm didn't halt one family's Thanksgiving celebration.
How did we become so dependent on a single corporation?
Readers write about s government bailout for US automakers, the importance of an interfaith dialogue, and the need for a long-term solution to the problem of nuclear waste disposal.