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President Obama's top manufacturing adviser Ron Bloom will step down at the end of August, the White House said Tuesday.
President Obama's policies are, it can also be said at long last, a dismal failure. He has been in office for 30 months, so his agenda, with the help of a sympathetic Senate, has been, for the most part, enacted. And things have gotten worse.
Car buyers kept visiting dealerships in July, but not in big enough numbers to shake the auto industry's unease about its recovery.
President Obama and automakers ushered in the largest cut in fuel consumption since the 1970s on Friday with a deal that will save drivers money at the pump and dramatically cut heat-trapping gases coming from tailpipes.
Deep inside the GM Design building where future products from Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac take shape and substance, an elite team fashions components, intricate sub assembles and entire scale model cars from highly specialized three-dimensional rapid prototyping manufacturing equipment.
General Motors and OnStar will launch the first real-world pilot of smart grid solutions for electric vehicles this year, paving the way for utilities to increase energy efficiency and offer lower charging costs to customers.
Remembering the good times he had going to high school in an antique Chevrolet that he and his father had rebuilt gave Dr. John Mitchell an idea.
Twenty-five years ago, Geraldo Rivera hosted a greatly hyped TV special called "The Mystery of Al Capone's Vaults." It still stands as one of the highest-rated programs in television history.
At $196 billion, the amount of money taxpayers spent during the lifetime of the space shuttle program seems astronomical.