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Newsweek: Will Americans ever buy small cars?

The auto industry's critics have been calling for Detroit to roll out small, fuel-efficient cars that they say Americans are clamoring for. The question is, do we really want to drive small cars? Actual sales figures may be a month or so away, but the answer, according to some analysts, is clear.

Fed: GMAC will still need more bailout money

The Federal Reserve says GMAC is the only one of 19 stress-tested U.S. banks that needs more capital to withstand a future downturn. Full story

GM posts first sales gain in nearly two years

GM reported its first monthly gain in U.S. sales in almost two years while Toyota and Ford also improved, a sign the auto industry it starting to crawl back from a yearlong slump. Full story

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Car industry supports texting-while-driving ban

Rules link fuel economy, emissions benchmarks

‘Clunkers’ moved almost 700,000 new cars

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Survey: U.S. automakers making improvements

Toxic mercury junked along with clunkers


  U.S. auto sales begin to stabilize

Nov. 3: The U.S. auto industry is showing signs of recovery from it's long slump as most automakers reported higher sales. NBC's Brian Williams reports.

  Greening the auto industry

Oct. 25: Automakers go green, but not just on the road. Msnbc's Alex Witt speaks with's Lou Ann Hammond about the push for green automobile manufacturing plants too.

  Squawk Box Auto Summit

Wayne Huizenga, chairman of Huizenga Holdings and founder of Waste Management, AutoNation and Blockbuster; Mike Jackson, CEO of AutoNation; and Fritz Henderson, CEO of GM, discuss the future of the auto industry.

  The Engines of Auto Recovery

Insight on whether the U.S. auto industry is on the fast track to recovery, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  Auto Industry Gears Up for Frankfurt Auto Show

The auto industry is gearing up for its first major international car show after suffering one of the worst slumps in decades. CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the story.

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