To stay competitive with other automakers, it launches payment protections for buyers.
In dispatching GM's Rick Wagoner and directing carmakers toward clean cars, Obama indicates tax dollars won’t come free.
A new partnership is evolving between Washington and the car companies.
GM is asking the US Treasury for an extra $16.6 billion. Chrysler wants another $5 billion.
The industry itself bears some, but not all, of the responsibility, as GM and Chrysler seek more US aid.
Lawmakers say bankruptcy for Detroit's Big Three is 'not a viable option.'
For many lawmakers of both parties, it may be one costly bailout too many.