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- Burning Question: Time for the government to sell its stake in GM?
- Opinion Brief: The Chevy Volt's $89,000 production cost: A waste of money?
- Instant Guide: Why is GM barring Obama and Romney from its plants?
- Analysis: Will GM go bankrupt again?
- Petty Controversy: Petty controversy: Newt Gingrich vs. the Chevy Volt
- The List: G.M.'s record-smashing profits: 6 talking points
- Cartoon View: GM's race to the top
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- Fact Sheet: Ford's 'Traffic Jam Assist': Are we close to a driverless car?
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- Best Video: Honda's Segway alternative... that you steer with your butt
- Opinion Brief: The Ford Mustang's new European look: A big mistake?
- In-depth briefing: Coming soon: Self-driving cars?
- Controversy: Should America ban cell phones for drivers?
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GM's green-energy star hits a speed bump — with some Volts catching fire weeks after being damaged in government crash tests
GM, Chrysler, and Ford all enjoy a spike in vehicle sales. What caused it?
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So-called green vehicles are expensive and tough to dispose of, and may actually increase America's dependence on foreign resources
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