EPA details rationale for rewriting CAFE standardsApril 13
Senate Democrats vow to defend existing emissions standardsApril 10
Attorneys general from 11 U.S. states vow to defend auto efficiency standardsApril 3
EPA's Pruitt, automakers in lockstep over fuel economy standardsApril 3
EPA poised to roll back Obama-era mpg targetsMarch 29
The EPA is expected to use a Virginia car dealership on Tuesday as the setting to formally reject the Obama administration's landmark fuel efficiency rules for light vehicles, a move that could put automakers in the middle of a battle between the Trump administration and California.
EPA poised to side with automakers' calls to ease fuel rules, report saysMarch 23
CAFE math gets trickier as industry innovatesMarch 26
Decisions about locking in or revising fuel economy and emissions standards will be made by policy chiefs at the EPA and NHTSA, but teams of technocrats are working behind the scenes to provide the scientific evidence for how best to reduce pollution from light-duty vehicles.
Moves on CAFE could just bring uncertaintyMarch 23
The Trump administration finally will tip its hand this week about how it intends to treat fuel efficiency rules in place for early next decade, but clear answers on potential changes likely will take several months.
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.