Chicago Seized, Sold 50,000 Cars Over Tickets

The city of Chicago has seized and sold almost 50,000 cars over the past seven years due to unpaid tickets, a practice that has disproportionately affected the city's poor and minority residents, according to a new investigation.

Trump Fuel Economy Rollback Skewed Data: Study

The administration's proposal, the study said, relied upon an economic analysis that discarded at least $112 billion in benefits to keeping a higher standard of emissions.

Republicans Scrap Auto Anti-Discrimination Guidelines

The worry is that Republicans could now rollback any set of guidelines intended to protect the environment, public lands, and consumers.  "This is an inappropriate and misguided use of the Congressional Review Act," said Representative Maxine Waters Tuesday. "It sets a dangerous precedent."