U.S. lawyers suing Volkswagen get $300 million in fees, costsJuly 21
First Shift: New push to clear the air in EuropeJuly 21
Diesel rescue plan reached in Germany, report saysJuly 21
VW bondholders can continue lawsuit, judge rulesJuly 19
Daimler will recall 3 million diesel cars in EuropeJuly 18
AutoNews Now: Diesel dilemmas for Daimler, PorscheJuly 18
Porsche may ditch diesel engineJuly 18
Porsche will decide at the end of the decade whether its latest generation of diesel engines will be its last, CEO Oliver Blume said, the first time a German automaker has said in public it could discontinue diesel.
Germany wrestles with diesel's future as large cities plan bansJuly 18
Germany is wrestling over the future of the diesel, with local courts considering action to compel cities to enact driving bans as pollution limits are breached. Diesels accounted for 46 percent of German new-car sales last year.
U.S. judge to name Feinberg as Fiat Chrysler diesel settlement masterJuly 10
Germans arrest Audi worker in diesel probeJuly 10
FCA resumes Ram 1500 diesel outputJuly 10
Fiat Chrysler has begun assembling diesel-powered Ram 1500 pickups again for the first time in months, workers at the company's Warren Truck Assembly plant in Michigan say, though the automaker and environmental regulators have yet to resolve a dispute over alleged excess diesel emissions and undeclared emissions software.
Audi employee arrested by German prosecutors in emissions probeJuly 7
Prosecutors in the German city of Munich have arrested an unnamed Audi employee on suspicion of fraud and false advertising in connection with the carmaker's emissions scandal, the first arrest in Germany related to VW Group's diesel scandal.