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In four years, Mexico's escalating drug violence has claimed almost 30,000 lives and focused attention on border states like California and Arizona. But as correspondent Tom Bearden reports from Colorado Springs, the conflict is having a far-reaching effect.
Margaret Warner speaks with Nicholas Casey of The Wall Street Journal about how American demand for illegal drugs is stifling efforts by the Mexican government to combat cartels and end the bloody drug war.
Toyota announced Monday it has found a solution to the gas pedal problem that forced the automaker to recall millions of vehicles and stop selling eight popular models in the U.S.
In an unprecedented move caused by faulty gas pedals, Toyota has halted the sale and production of eight of its top-selling models. Judy Woodruff reports.
By Dave Gustafson
The government's "cash for clunkers" program helped prop up sagging auto sales in July, but the popular program is almost out of cash and the Senate is considering a $2 billion infusion by the end of the week.
By PBS NewsHour
A day after Chrysler unveiled plans to close a quarter of its dealerships, General Motors followed suit Friday by telling about a fifth of its dealers their franchises will be terminated by late next year.
By PBS NewsHour
Embattled automaker Chrysler wants to shutter about 25 percent of its 3,200 U.S. dealerships by next month, stating in a bankruptcy court filing Thursday that the network is antiquated and has too many stores competing with each other.
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