The latest news on General Motors
Bailout haters harass GM customers for helping the automaker get back on its feet.
President Barack Obama has falsely taken credit for "saving" the auto industry, leading to his popularity in Ohio.
New Romney ads bash GM for one of the things it has done right.
Workers at auto supply company Delphi were not saved by the bailout.
With GM's stock price sagging, the government isn't likely to sell its stake any time soon.
Chevy's no-haggle pricing promotion evokes the defunct Saturn.
The baby boomers who dominate the auto market have stopped pretending to be off-roading daredevils.
The bailed-out automaker makes an impressive showing in the J.D. Power quality rankings.
His plan to sell the government's stake at current prices would lose $15 billion.
GM's battery-powered car is flawed yet wonderful.