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Latest Chrysler Items
Chrysler recruited hometown star Eminem for a memorable 2011 Super Bowl ad that introduced the tagline "Imported From Detroit."
General Motors moved Wednesday to shed its "Government Motors" nickname, buying back a chunk of its stock from the federal government as the Treasury Department announced plans to eliminate its losses in the company's stock by early 2014.
Officials in the District, Maryland and elsewhere insist there's a foolproof way to ensure a photo radar ticket never appears in your mailbox: Don't speed. That bromide has helped provide cover for greedy municipal bureaucrats as they grab millions in revenue in the name of safety. New evidence reveals the speed camera frequently fibs.
A better economy and extra demand after superstorm Sandy lifted U.S. auto sales last month.
A 46-year-old Bladensburg woman died Monday night after being struck by two vehicles while crossing Kenilworth Avenue.
Reports that the auto bailouts will cost taxpayers $25 billion more than previously projected have sparked the predictable political squabbles that attend an election year.
Political mailers are stuffed in their front doors, and the phone rings nonstop. Under a fall canopy of crimson and golden leaves, the battle for independent voters is being waged hour by hour in battleground New Hampshire.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden is calling advertising released by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney "an outrageous lie" for asserting that automakers General Motors and Chrysler are adding jobs in China at the expense of workers in Ohio.
Mitt Romney is making a late-campaign play to win over Rust Belt voters by trying to dent President Obama's credentials on his federal auto bailout — but the claims he is making about Chrysler creating jobs in China are drawing return fire from Democrats and the auto workers union.