Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton Can't Park

Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton is a fiesty firebrand, and a largely respected non-voting delegate for her constituents in Washington, DC. She also doesn’t appear to understand the concept of angled parking, hitting another car in the process, and it makes you sad for the 77-year old more than anything else. » 3/26/15 9:31am 3/26/15 9:31am

How You Should Feel About Fisker Depending On Your Political Views

Members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee today took turns alternately hammering or defending the U.S. Department of Energy's loans to sinking hybrid manufacturer Fisker Automotive. Not much was revealed about Fisker's current status, but there was plenty of what Congress is best at: partisan… » 4/24/13 7:04pm 4/24/13 7:04pm

$70 Million For NASCAR Tracks And Other Surprising Pork In The Fiscal…

Unless you've been nursing a hangover so intense that it has kept you away from the news in recent days, you probably know that the U.S. House voted late yesterday to approve legislation that would avert the so-called "fiscal cliff." The bill was sent to President Obama today for his signature. » 1/02/13 1:20pm 1/02/13 1:20pm

These Are The Carmakers At The Detroit Auto Show Supporting SOPA

The Stop Online Piracy Act is a bill currently before the U.S. Congress that would limit free speech online under the guise of protecting copyrights, which "is one of the most insidious threats to democracy in the Internet age." Strangely, one group supporting this legislation is the Alliance of Automobile… » 1/08/12 5:45pm 1/08/12 5:45pm

President-Elect Obama: No Blank Check For Automakers

One of the first questions President-Elect Obama received at a major economic press conference held today related to the auto industry and, after stock comment about the importance of the industry and the responsibility of the government to assure it doesn't vanish, Obama makes the point they can't simply write a… » 11/24/08 2:30pm 11/24/08 2:30pm