California sues EPA, NHTSA over data used for car emissions rollback
The agencies allegedly withheld data to keep their justifications a secret.
Fiat Chrysler settles with US over diesel emissions cheating
It could pay upward of $800 million, even though it's not admitting guilt.
Shutdown means government won't engage with the tech industry at CES
At least ten officials are no-shows at the event.
2019 Jaguar I-Pace receives 234-mile range rating from the EPA
A respectable number, but it still can’t compete with the Model X.
Tougher emissions rules helped cut US air pollution deaths in half
Reduced car emissions may have played a key role.
The EPA will dissolve its science advisory office
The office will be merged with another that's led by the current science advisor.
19 states vow to sue over proposed fuel efficiency rollbacks
They say the federal government has a duty to protect the environment.
Even automakers don’t want Trump’s emissions rollback
The only winners are the lawyers.
Trump administration reveals plans to roll back vehicle fuel standards
The proposed policy would significantly curtail emission goals.