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N.Y. Auto Show Gets Pumped Up with Brawny Cars
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While there are a number of new, fuel-efficient products on display, muscle cars have muscled their way to dominance at the show.
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Before the cars could make their way to the streets around Central Park, legislation banning carriage horses would have to be passed.
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College Tour Tragedy
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How Did It Happen? Officials to Recreate Grisly Crash
California law-enforcement officials on Thursday said they were releasing recordings of 911 calls made in the deadly Northern California bus crash.
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Judge Won't Order 'Park it Now' Notices for GM Cars
A federal judge rejected a bid to compel GM to tell customers to stop driving millions of cars that have been recalled.
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Documents Suggest Costs Prompted GM To Reject Safer Switch
The Center for Auto Safety today revealed that it has discovered that GM had designed two ignition switches in 2001 for the Saturn Ion and Chevrolet Cobalt but opted for the less expensive design. Chris Clackum reports.
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Jon Hamm(s) It Up with New Mercedes
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Would Don Draper drive this car? Jon Hamm says yes (but he's paid to).
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Did GM Reject Safer Ignitions to Save Money?
Auto safety advocates say newly released internal documents show automaker rejected safer switch in 2001, and that cost was the reason.
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