Australian man likely 18th death from faulty Takata airbagsJuly 22
Suppliers still wary of border taxJuly 19
Ford to petition to avoid U.S. recall of 2.5 million vehiclesJuly 21
Autos loom large in U.S.-Korea trade talksJuly 21
EU said to examine possible emissions collusion by German automakersJuly 21
Diesel rescue plan reached in Germany, report saysJuly 21
First Shift: Volvo to invest in sibling Lynk & COJuly 20
Corporate lobbying helps derail border tax, key lawmaker saysJuly 19
An aggressive corporate lobbying effort to derail a Republican-backed border tax has forced lawmakers working on tax reform to seek alternatives, said Kevin Brady, chairman of the tax-writing U.S. House Ways and Means Committee.
U.S. House panel approves broad proposal on self-driving carsJuly 19
NAFTA talks to start Aug. 16 in WashingtonJuly 19
GM cleared in first case over updated ignition switchJuly 19
A federal jury in New York found GM was not to blame for a crash of an Arizona man who alleged that his accident was caused by an updated version of the company's ignition switch that did not adequately fix the flaws in a previous model.
Advocates for blind join U.S. push for autonomous carsJuly 19
Advocates for the estimated 1.3 million legally blind people in the U.S., and millions more with other disabilities, have joined automakers and technology companies in lobbying Congress to help spur the roll out of self-driving vehicles.