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EPA Publishes US Emissions Inventory

In a video, Tesla discusses its Utah store that was shut down days before it was scheduled to open. The EPA has published a report quantifying greenhouse gas emissions in the US. Formula E is seen as a hot commodity for cities that want to host a race.

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Oklahoma's HB 1614 would allow ridesharing companies to operate in the state, but a new amendment would also allow discrimination of gay customers.

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Cummins has stepped in to oppose a Michigan repair shop owner who's refusing service to gays, asking that he remove their logo from his website.

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Bills Received Bipartisan Support; One Could Set Nation's Shortest Retention Limit

Virginia could soon set the strictest limits in the nation on how long law-enforcement agencies can retain automated license-plate reader records.

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Brian Klawiter, the owner of an automotive repair shop called Dieseltec in Grandville, MI, says he will "not hesitate to refuse service to an openly gay person or persons." Oh yeah, he's a winner.

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Dealers Association Supports EV Maker-Owned Outlets, In Limited Numbers

Tesla may be on the verge of getting approval from the state of Maryland for direct-to-consumer sales.

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Democratic Hopeful Called 'Extremely Receptive' On Renewable Fuels

Hillary Clinton was reportedly 'extremely receptive' when asked about biofuels in a private meeting with ethanol supporters.

Hillary Clinton's Van, LBJ's Amphicar, Reagan's Subaru Brat And More

The President of the United States doesn't drive anywhere these days. But that doesn't mean presidents or presidential hopefuls don't have interesting cars.

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The Hong Kong subway system makes $2 billion in annual profit thanks in large part to the fact that it controls the land that its stations are situated on. Fares still support the system's operating costs.

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Only 76 Of 100 Likely To Be Ready In Time

Reuters reports that the Japanese government will probably not meet its target of having 100 hydrogen stations up and running by early next year. After the last deadline for financial subsidies passed, only 76 stations had been approved.

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Hillary Clinton is officially a presidential hopeful for 2016. She has already started campaigning around Iowa in a Chevy Express conversion van with the nickname Scooby.

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Cars from General Motors are having steering issues, but neither the company nor governmental safety regulators, see a point in issuing a recall.

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Western automakers continue to anticipate a nuclear deal between Iran and the West that will lift economic sanctions and allow the companies to access what is said to be the world's ripest emerging market.

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A cab driver responsible for hitting and killing a young boy received a ticket and a temporarily suspended license Monday, much to the frustration of the child's parents and local leaders.

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NHTSA is opening an investigation into the 2012 Subaru Impreza that could affect an estimated 33,500 cars. In the vehicles, the Occupant Detection System might not correctly identify the passenger and not deploy the airbags in a collision.

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The GM Ignition Compensation Claims Resolution Facility continues its weekly release of deaths and injuries caused by the automaker's bad ignition switch. In the latest tally, it records 84 deaths and a total of 157 people harmed.

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Ethanol Industry Challenges Natural Gas Tax In Iowa

Chevrolet will sell the Spark EV in Canada. Dealers settle with EPA over illegal ORVs. Iowa upholds natural gas taxes despite challenges from the ethanol industry. Audi to use Valeo's electric supercharger in a production car as soon as next year.

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The US Army has commissioned a tech company to develop a new type of crash-test dummy that will better measure the forces exerted on soldiers by IEDs.

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Plus: Aston Tangles With Henrik Fisker, Gordon Murray Returns And Robert De Niro Will Play Enzo Ferrari

We curate the week's events with a focus on the future of Aston Martin. Plus, other news and notes from around the car world.

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Residents' Refueling Costs Will Fall By More Than $200 Million

A new study says Oregon electric-vehicle rebate will boost state GDP by $83 million through 2030.

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Settlement Reached Between Government Agency, Biofuel Producers

Two biofuel producers – AFI and AFPM – filed a lawsuit earlier this year to get the EPA to make a decision about the 2014 RFS. Today, the EPA said it will decide by the end of November, 2015.

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