State Gives Example Of New Federal Gas Standards

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Researchers Expect Oil Demand To Plateau By Decade's End

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Ford Unit Apologizes For Demeaning Ads

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Which Helps The Economy More: A Rebound In Stocks Or Housing?

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2 Former CalPERS Officials Indicted For Fraud

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Cars at the GM Heritage Center in Sterling Heights, Mich., include a 1951 Le Sabre concept, at left. General Motors hide caption

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GM's Archive Offers Glimpse Of Its Past And Future

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Hackers Target Celebrities' Financial Information

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Jobs Report Produces More Relief Than Celebration

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Ford unveils the F-150 Atlas concept pickup during January's North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Experts say the boom in construction will boost pickup sales. Carlos Osorio/AP hide caption

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As Construction Picks Up, American Truck Makers Race

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Subaru, known for its success in Denver, the Pacific Northwest and the Northeast, aims to expand its market to Texas and Tennessee. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images hide caption

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Beyond Portlandia: Subaru Drives For America's Heartland

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Chicago High School Students Cheer Obama's Speech

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Taking A Train From Chicago To D.C. For Obama's Big Day

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Chicagoan Janice Trice was an Obama volunteer in 2008 and 2012. Her husband died on Election Day in 2008, before he could celebrate Barack Obama's victory, or even find out that he won. She says this pilgrimage is a way for her to honor his memory. Sam Sanders/NPR hide caption

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'That's Our Guy': Chicagoans Welcome Obama Back To D.C.

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Car companies are picking up automobile concepts such as this Lexus SL 600 Integrated Safety driverless research vehicle, shown at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January in Las Vegas. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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Bump On The Road For Driverless Cars Isn't Technology, It's You

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