Auto recalls continue, this time affecting Nissan vehicles produced from August 2003 through July 2006, including subcompacts like the March, Cube and Note, and about a dozen other models, including the Tiida sedan, Titan pickup and Infiniti QX56 luxury model.
Local police shot and killed a college football star, Danroy Henry, in New York, but witnesses say the police story is not accurate and they demand justice.
Since the bailout, GM belongs to the taxpayers. So why are they funding political candidates?
Fuel-efficient cars carry verdant pros, and pricey cons.
Auto sales in the US fell sharply in August, compared with numbers that were juiced a year ago by the federal "cash for clunkers" incentive program. But when you compare sales so far this year with the first eight months of 2009, industry sales have at least moved in a positive direction. Here are the top-gaining models for each of the seven biggest car sellers.
The US is no longer in a recession, most economists say. But the economic recovery has slowed due to cautious attitudes among consumers and businesses, among other factors.
Leasing options with low monthly payments could convince car buyers to invest in electric cars, even though the initial investment is high.
Chevy Volt will sell for $41,000 before a federal tax credit, while the Nissan Leaf will go for $32,780 before the credit. The two cars are trying to jump-start the US electric-car industry.
New York City opened its first public electric-vehicle charging station Wednesday as part of a nationwide push to add infrastructure for plug-in cars.
As the Tour de France gets under way, defrocked 2006 winner Floyd Landis has put forward fresh, detailed doping allegations against Lance Armstrong. But Armstrong has become as famous for deflecting scandal as for leading the peloton.