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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?
- Cartoon View: The Ku Klux Klean up crew
- 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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One in every five U.S drivers admits to having fallen asleep behind the wheel — a problem that leads to nearly 1 in 5 fatal car crashes. What can be done?
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says drivers shouldn't even use hands-free cell phones. Would it be unfair to force drivers to hang up?
Federal investigators and Toyota engineers say "virtually all" the recent Toyota crashes were caused by driver error. Is the Japanese carmaker off the hook?
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