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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The newly redesigned Corvette Stingray is unveiled by General Motors in a formal industrial complex Sunday. Carlos Osorio/AP hide caption

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With Redesigned Corvette, GM Ushers In New Era Of American Sports Car

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U.S. Car Makers Focus On Autonomy, Fuel Economy

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2012 Was A Very Good Year For The Car Industry

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Wind Power Changes Landscape In Multiple Ways

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Best Car Deals To Be Found This Time Of Year

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Toyota To Settle 'Sudden Acceleration' Lawsuits

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Alan Mulally, president and CEO of Ford Motor Co., stands next to the Lincoln MKZ. For the first time ever, Ford will promote the Lincoln brand during the Super Bowl. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Detroit Three Look To Revive Their Luxury Brands

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What Does A Gun Debate Mean For Retailers?

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Former British politician Ann Widdecombe tests Ford's active park assist feature in the U.K. in July 2011. Ford Motor Co. hide caption

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New Car Features May Keep Older Drivers Out Of The Big Yellow Taxi

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A right-to-work protester walks past Michigan state police at the capitol in Lansing on Tuesday. The Michigan Legislature is expected to pass legislation Tuesday that would bar contracts requiring employees to pay union dues as a condition of employment. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Right-To-Work Measure Expected To Pass In Michigan

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