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By PBS NewsHour
Tuesday on the NewsHour, Volkswagen admits to rigging at least 11 million cars to pass emission tests. Also: the painful legacy of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church, the future of women in America’s armed forces, why girls still struggle…
By Shehryar Nabi
On Monday, Volkswagen certified the Union of Automobile Workers (UAW) as the sole representative of members of Local 42, a branch of UAW representing factory workers in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The decision came after an independent audit tallied over 50…
Jeffrey Brown gets debate from Linda Chavez of the Center for Equal Opportunity and Kate Bronfenbrenner of the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University on the significance of Volkswagen auto workers in Tennessee rejecting UAW membership and…
By Kayla Ruble
PBS NewsHour is following the news of the day, from Chattanooga to Lebanon.
Gwen Ifill looks at how Detroit's "Big Three" carmakers plan to expand into markets such as China.
In Detroit, automakers hope to lure customers back into showrooms with new models and better financing options. Are consumers ready?…
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