U.S. moves forward with revised fuel economy targetsMay 15
The Trump administration is moving ahead with plans to submit a series of options for easing fuel efficiency standards to the White House for approval in the coming week, two officials briefed on the matter say.
Trump reiterates desire for more U.S. car exports before CAFE meetingMay 11
President Trump pressed automakers to build more vehicles in America and launched a fresh attack on NAFTA, which has benefited the companies, while auto executives urged him to work with California to keep nationwide vehicle emissions standards.
GM supports modernizing CAFE standards, Barra saysMay 8
Major automakers urge Trump not to freeze fuel economy targetsMay 7
Auto execs seeking to contain CAFE chaosMay 7
Trump to meet with automakers to discuss U.S. fuel rules, report saysMay 2
U.S. likely to back freezing fuel economy standards from 2020 through 2026, report saysApril 27
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.