President Obama signs executive orders on fuel efficiency and vehicle emissions in Washington
President Barack Obama hands an executive order to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa Jackson after signing a series of executive orders during a ceremony in the East Room at the White House in Washington on January 26, 2009. The executive orders will give states more control over car emissions and increase vehicle fuel efficiency standards. (UPI Photo/Kevin Dietsch)
GE Aviation reports it will invest $27 million into a facility in Delaware that makes aircraft engine components from ceramic matrix composites.
U.S. carrier United Airlines Monday relaunched its 787 Dreamliner jets following four months of grounding due to safety concerns.
President Obama Sunday told a Democratic National Committee event in Atlanta politics are to blame for the difficulty in getting anything done in Washington.
A new tilt-rotor helicopter, called the V-280 Valor, was unveiled by Bell Helicopter this week.
Owners of Honda cars got some bad news and some good news.
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Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co. has agreed to settle class-action lawsuits over exaggerated fuel efficiency ratings for its cars, court papers say.
The U.S. government needs to increase domestic crude oil production and ensure fuel efficiency and help keep gasoline prices down, trade group API said.
Of all the new cars and concepts unveiled at the North American Auto Show in Detroit only a handful are all-electric or hybrids.
A rare 1903 Ford Model A that's one of the oldest surviving cars made by the company was purchased at auction by Bill Ford Jr.