Despite setting aside billions of dollars to pay for recalls and crash victim payments, General Motors Co. squeezed out a small second quarter profit. Meanwhile, Ford Motor Co. reported a large profit for the quarter, helped by a turnaround in Europe and the robust U.S. auto market.
Consider Volvo?s 2015 V60 station wagon penance for all the boxy cars the company threw at us in the 1980s and '90s.
General Motors announced six safety recalls Wednesday covering 717,950 recent model year vehicles, including Chevrolet Camaros and Silverados, Cadillac CTS and ATS sports sedans, Buick Regals and LaCrosses and other models.
Toyota?s tiniest car, the subcompact Yaris hatchback, is getting an attitude for 2015.
The California Highway Patrol has withdrawn its safety guidance on motorcycle lane-splitting.
To the End of the Land A Novel David Grossman Translated from the Hebrew by Jessica Cohen Alfred A. Knopf: 582 pp., $27.95 From an American standpoint, the degree of moral authority conferred upon Israeli novelist David Grossman in his homeland can be difficult to fathom. A writer of literary fiction can also be a significant social figure? The idea seems too quaint to entertain. But although Grossman, the widely translated Hebrew storyteller and prominent peace activist, rarely aligns his politics with a Knesset consensus, his words have more than once provided a genuine shock to his embattled country's conscience. In 1987, a few months before the first intifada, a newsmagazine...