The commitments from General Motors, Ford and Fiat-Chrysler to pivot toward electric gives Michigan drivers hope for a greener future.
Speaking to Michiganders Wednesday, Joe Biden called unions America's "economic engine" and laid out a plan to reignite that engine.
Without a concrete plan for recovery, auto workers worry they'll be left "drifting in the wind."
Manufacturing workers are anxious about their financial future. Here's how Joe Biden's Build Back Better plan meets these middle class families’ needs.
The Big Three automakers have Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's clear to open May 11. That’s a full week earlier than their anticipated start date.
GM’s aggressive cost-cutting in recent years helped it stay in gear during the coronavirus, and a new Cash for Clunkers program might spur recovery.