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By David McHugh, Raf Cassert, Associated Press
President Donald Trump moved to invoke a federal law that allows the government to marshal the private sector to deal with the coronavirus epidemic with word that Detroit's Big Three automakers agreed to shut down all their factories to protect…
By Tim Sullivan, David Rising, Associated Press
Trump’s economic promises helped him carry Ohio in 2016. But as voters in this critical swing state state turn their attention to the 2020 election, many say they’re increasingly frustrated with Trump’s record on economic issues.
By Daniel Bush
Nearly 50,000 workers at General Motors plants across the country went on strike at midnight Sunday, bringing production to an immediate halt. It’s the first nationwide work stoppage since 2007 for United Auto Workers, which says it hasn't been able…
Ford announced Tuesday it’s scrapping plans to build a $1.6 billion plant in Mexico and will instead invest $700 million into an existing Michigan plant, and hire 700 workers in the U.S. Though it’s a drop in the bucket in…
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Tuesday, Ford announced it’s scrapping plans to build a factory in Mexico and will instead create 700 jobs at Michigan plant. The announcement came after President-elect Donald Trump chastised General Motors on Twitter. Also, Mr. Trump…
As General Motors begins paying back its loan from the U.S. government, Margaret Warner talks to a reporter with the Detroit News about the auto giant's prospects for recovery after last year's government bailout.
This spring, Toyota expects to slam the brakes on one of its California-based assembly plants. About 5,000 workers are preparing for unemployment at the New United Motor Manufacturing Inc. plant, as well as hundreds more in the auto pipeline across…
Following is a transcript of Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama's Monday energy policy speech, as prepared for delivery in Lansing, Mich., and distributed by his campaign.
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