Topic: The Detroit News
Chrysler 200: Detroit News' auto critic's original review made it into the newspaper's March 10 print edition. But some of the most critical passages, including Burgess' calling the sedan a 'dog,' were removed from the paper's online version.
03/18/2011 09:45 am
Ford recall involves 150,000 pickups. Federal government says 1.3 million F-150s should be part of the Ford recall because of an air-bag flaw.
02/23/2011 04:17 pm
The federal government’s role in the daily operations of General Motors is expected to lessen in the wake of this week’s initial public offering (IPO) that yielded the company over $20 billion in cash and reduced the US Treasury Department’s stake in the company to 37 percent.
11/20/2010 03:42 pm
Jeep Grand Cherokee has gotten positive media reviews, and sales of the Jeep Grand Cherokee in the third quarter were about double the pace of its predecessor. Chrysler said Monday that its profit outlook is improving.
11/08/2010 05:03 pm
Toyota recall and others could make 2010 the year of the recall. But it also could signal that cars are getting safer.
10/21/2010 08:34 pm
A family-owned company in Detroit has reportedly secured the highest bid to buy basketball's Detroit Pistons. Some say the firm wants to move the team downtown to help revive the city.
10/06/2010 08:08 pm
One of the prosecutors who helped convict Timothy McVeigh, the Oklahoma City bomber, says militias like the Hutaree are most dangerous when they create lone wolf terrorists.
03/31/2010 09:52 pm
A picture of Hutaree militia leader David Brian Stone is slowly emerging. His interest in guns and religion gradually spiraled out of control, reports suggest, leading to his arrest on charges of conspiring to kill police officers and oppose the US government by force.
03/29/2010 06:55 pm
Detroit city workers should no longer wear perfume, cologne or aftershave.
03/15/2010 10:53 pm
Toyota had the most driver complaints about rogue car acceleration over a five-year period. But other car makers, led by Ford, also had numerous complaints filed against them, reports Edmunds.com.
02/26/2010 07:03 pm