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Automakers' sales gains continue in new year

U.S. sales of cars and trucks rose in January, a strong start to what the auto industry hopes will be an extension of last year's recovery. Full story

Ford 2010 profit up; stumbles as year ended

Ford earned its largest profit in more than a decade in 2010, as demand for its cars and trucks rose and it benefited from years of restructuring. Full story

Clean-up tow hits car

  Amateur video captured one Brooklyn car owner’s blizzard clean-up nightmare: The back of his Ford Explorer is scrunched by a front loader pulled by a tow truck.

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In this photo made Monday, Nov. 2, 2009, Edward DeSmet, left, technical specialist, Global Seatbelts, Body Engineering and Srini Sundararajan, right, technical leader, Passive Safety, Research and Advanced Engineering adjust a crash dummy with an inflatable seat belt on a demonstrator at Ford Motor

Two Frederic men were in the vehicle when they crossed in front of a northbound train and were struck
Two Frederic men were in the vehicle when they crossed in front of a northbound train and were struck

A battered 2004 Ford Explorer is seen on Feb. 8, in Frederic Township. Two Frederic men were in the vehicle when they crossed in front of a northbound train and were struck, trapping them inside the vehicle. Both were extricated and transported to Grayling Mercy Hospital for treatment.

Behind The Wheel Ford Explorer 2011
Behind The Wheel Ford Explorer 2011

Plant employees drive 2011 Ford Explorer vehicles off the assembly line at Ford's Chicago Assembly Plant in Chicago. Demand for trucks and SUVs helped boost January sales at Ford and GM.