Donald Trump blamed David Green, the local UAW president, for the plant's shutdown. Green is now fighting for his union members' futures.
If the British fail to negotiate a soft exit from the E.U. American car manufacturers, drugmakers, and banks could all suffer.
Dave Assman's attempt to get his last name on a Canadian plate has thrust the question back into the United States spotlight.
When more households fail to make payments on their vehicle, it shows too few people are sharing the benefits of an ostensibly healthy economy.
New research finds use of painkillers more than doubles the risk that a driver will set into motion a fatal two-car crash.
Some state legislators seem to agree that California's standards are what's in the United States' best interest.
The plan would end efforts to make cars and trucks average more than 50 miles per gallon by 2025.
This move will bring up questions about the waiver that currently allows California to set its own, stricter emissions standards.
To understand the outrage over the Volkswagen scandal and recall, consider the meat industry.
The latest entry in a special project in which business and labor leaders, social scientists, technology visionaries, activists, and journalists weigh in on the most consequential changes in the workplace.
Now that Uncle Sam is no longer a back-seat driver for the auto business, this is a good time to pull over and remember one of his signal acts while in the car.
(The point is the limits of mental multitasking.)
Zak Pashak's company is trying to bring the manufacturing tradition to Detroit, but instead of cars, they're making commuter bikes.
Steam-powered cars may sound like a shout-out to the early 1900s, but in 1970s California the idea was building up a real head of, umm, steam.
The traffic safety department is trying to get the nation used to today's silent cars. Something similar happened at the beginning of the 20th century.
A minuscule car that folds up to just 60 inches, made by MIT's media lab, will be deployed in cities around the world for neighborly sharing.