DETROIT -- Gas prices are spiking. But this time, Detroit is ready.
When prices soared in 2008, the city's three U.S. automakers were caught flat-foo...
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DETROIT — Auto sales are growing so fast that Detroit can barely keep up.
Three years after the U.S. auto industry nearly collapsed, sales of c...
How many biodiesels could we put on the road with the $15-30 billion the Big 3 Auto Monsters are going to receive? Let's tell Congress how many!
The failures of the "Big 3" had nothing to do with union workers, as the GOP has been saying. It had to do with the fact that these industries didn't adapt to the times
If we're going to minutely examine autoworkers' wages, and dictate the travel plans of one industry we are bailing out, then it seems eminently reasonable to do the same for the banking industry.
The history of profanity in American political discourse is an untold story out there just waiting for someone to research and write about -- although...
WASHINGTON — The U.S. auto industry's problems will cost taxpayers plenty whether or not the government helps Detroit.
Just walking away and le...
In one of the great events in our nation's history, the United Auto Workers brought GM to its knees with the Flint sit-down strike of 1936-37. For six...
It makes more sense for Congress to tell ExxonMobil, ARCO, Chevron, ConocoPhillips and their fellow travelers that they should lend the automobile industry $25 billion
We all make jokes about how lazy and lobby-driven Congress is, and as sad as the truths behind those jokes are, when times are good, we can afford to have government operate like that.
The Big 3 are looking for a bailout. They should only get it if they agree to stop building autos that contribute to global warming now.
A little more than two weeks away from this state's January 15 primary, I have yet to hear a single person mention his or her intention to vote.
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