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  • Skyline Solar taps auto parts maker for power plant components

     
    Machines that used to stamp out car parts are now making arrays for solar panels. Credit: Skyline Solar.Skyline Solar, a Silicon Valley start-up, has become the latest green energy company to tap the struggling auto industry???s manufacturing muscle....
  • Today's News From the Cars.com Family

     
    A reader wants to know which crossovers have the most interior room, and Ask.cars.com offers a few options. Then, PickupTrucks.com has a report on small pickups lagging in the IIHS crash and roof crush tests. Finally, are you looking for......
  • Volcanic Ash Delays New Ford Mustang, Others

     
    Car parts travel long distances before they are assembled into the automobiles we know and love and drive. These supply lines are vulnerable to the same types of disruption as other types of travel, and this became very apparent after......
  • General Motors To File Bankruptcy Monday In Lower Manhattan

    General Motors To File Bankruptcy Monday In Lower Manhattan
    General Motors, the humbled auto giant that has been part of American life for more than 100 years, will file for bankruptcy protection on Monday in a deal that will give taxpayers a 60 percent ownership stake and expand the government's reach into big...
  • Mourners Remember Two Victims of Taconic Crash

    Mourners Remember Two Victims of Taconic Crash
    Family and friends remembered a father and son Saturday, the victims of that horrific crash on the Taconic Parkway in Westchester County. Michael Bastardi, 81, and son, Guy, 49, were among the eight people killed when Diane Schuler of West Babylon,...
  • New Opportunities, New Struggles

    Before dawn one damp October morning three years ago, Leonardo and Vicente Diaz descended a muddy slope deep in Mexico's southeastern rain forest, hopped into a canoe and crossed the big river the Aztecs called "place of monkeys." The North American Free...