White House weighs big cuts to mpg rulesFeb. 10
The Trump administration is looking at ways to reduce future fuel economy standards for automobiles in a move to appease carmakers, who have asked to ease future targets put in place under President Obama.
California gears up for Trump battle on car-emissions rulesFeb. 3
U.S. seeks major fines, recalls to settle FCA emissions suitFeb. 2
EPA official says fuel economy review will be data-drivenJan. 25
U.S. appeals court decertifies class action in Hyundai-Kia fuel economy settlementJan. 23
Government shutdown would curtail auto regulators, but not NAFTA talksJan. 19
U.S., California regulators meet to weigh mpg rulesJan. 8
EPA a fan of Toyota's leannessDec. 18, 2017
The Environmental Protection Agency could hire Toyota Motor North America's non-profit consulting arm to help improve administrative efficiency, but public interest groups say the arrangement poses a conflict of interest because the automaker is a regulated entity.
Why is this catalytic converter supplier smiling?Nov. 20, 2017
Coercion is not the American wayOct. 30, 2017
Regarding “Industry should speak up against Pruitt,” Oct. 16: Does Krishnan M. Anantharaman forget that many of the things Scott Pruitt is undoing were implemented during the Obama administration improperly and, in some cases, illegally.