Safety advocates want Congress to go slow on autonomous carsTue, 27, Jun 2017
U.S. House panel spars over self-driving car rulesTue, 27, Jun 2017
Cybersecurity push may tie up autonomous-car legislationSat, 24, Jun 2017
U.S. states could not set self-driving car rules under Republican planThu, 15, Jun 2017
U.S. Senate panel sets goals for autonomous vehicle deploymentTue, 13, Jun 2017
Public safety, reducing roadblocks to innovation, and clarifying federal and state regulatory roles are among the chief goals a U.S. Senate panel plans to follow while drafting legislation covering the development and deployment of autonomous vehicles.
Senate bill to drive research in fuel-saving technologiesThu, 18, May 2017
EPA chief says Congress should weigh whether carbon dioxide is a pollutantThu, 09, Mar 2017
In an interview with CNBC, EPA chief Scott Pruitt also said the Trump administration will make an announcement on fuel efficiency standards for light vehicles "very soon," stressing that he and President Donald Trump believe current standards were rushed through.
Senate confirms Pruitt, giving EPA foe control of agencyFri, 17, Feb 2017
South Korea wants to dispel 'misunderstanding' on U.S. trade pactTue, 07, Feb 2017
South Korea's trade minister said his country will seek to explain the benefits of its free-trade agreement with the United States to the Trump administration, as the pact enacted in 2012 comes under fresh scrutiny.
CFPB head may have violated U.S. law with lending rules, U.S. House Republicans claimWed, 18, Jan 2017
In a blow against the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau just two days before President-elect Donald Trump takes office, U.S. House Republicans accused the CFPB of potentially violating federal law with its rule authorizing the agency to regulate certain auto lenders.
Record or not in 2016, auto sales growth seen drawing to endFri, 30, Dec 2016
While it's still too close to call whether 2016 delivered another annual record for U.S. auto sales, it's clear the era of rapid growth is over. The industry is entering 2017 with analysts projecting the first significant decline in eight years -- a drop of 200,000 vehicles, about the equivalent of one factory's production -- to 17.3 million cars and light trucks.