Sonari Glinton

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How Trump Uses Talk Of Patriotism To His Advantage

Thursday, October 12, 2017

President Trump has repeatedly criticized NFL players for protesting during the National Anthem, saying they show "disrespect for country." A decade ago, at a golf course of his, Trump got into a very similar fight over the American flag.


Insults, Lawsuits And Broken Rules: How Trump Built A California Golf Course

Thursday, October 12, 2017

In 2002, Donald Trump was expected to be a savior for Rancho Palos Verdes. But over the next decade, he brought lawsuits and offended residents. It's a lesson in Trump's management style.


Touch Screens Are Distracting Drivers. What Are Carmakers Doing To Help?

Monday, October 09, 2017

The touch screen systems in new vehicles are distracting, increasing the risk of accidents. That's according to a new study from the University of Utah. Researchers say all 30 systems they tested cause some level of driver distraction. A prominent safety advocate says automakers can make their systems safer by preventing drivers from using certain features when the car is moving.


Episode 648: The Benefits of Bankruptcy

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

It might just be the secret weapon of the U.S. economy.


Rental Firms' Disaster Readiness May Help Usher The Age Of Self-Driving Cars

Monday, September 25, 2017

With more than 1 million autos damaged in recent hurricanes, rental firms have had to move cars quickly into affected areas. That involves tech tools and data, keys to a future of autonomous fleets.


As Millennials Get Older, Many Are Buying SUVs To Drive To Their Suburban Homes

Friday, September 15, 2017

Having put off buying cars and becoming homeowners, America's largest demographic is starting to make big-ticket purchases.


Here's What Happens To All Those Flooded Cars After A Hurricane

Thursday, September 07, 2017

Hurricane Harvey damaged about 1 million vehicles, many beyond repair. We look at what happens with all those damaged cars.


So You Want To Buy An Electric Car? It Requires Some Planning

Monday, September 04, 2017

With new models aimed at the mass market going on sale this fall, Americans will hear a lot more about electric cars. Here's what you should know if you're on the market for one.


Jeep: Why This American Icon Could Soon Be Part Of A Chinese Company

Thursday, August 24, 2017

The Chinese company Great Wall Motor has expressed interest in acquiring the Jeep brand from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Sales of Jeep and other U.S. brands have been growing in China.


Wealthy Collectors Show Off Their Cars Along Pebble Beach Golf Course

Monday, August 21, 2017

Some of the most expensive cars in the world are displayed and auctioned off at a week of car shows in Monterrey, California. It's a beauty contest for cars. We travel there to see what it's like.


PHOTOS: Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance Showcases Most Exotic, Rare, Expensive Cars

Sunday, August 20, 2017

This year's Concours features 204 of the best cars that have ever been made. The 67th annual event caps off a week of intensive, obsessive car love in Monterey Peninsula, Calif.


First Customers Get Tesla Model 3 Electric Cars

Saturday, July 29, 2017

The vehicles are comparatively affordable at $35,000. Tesla says it can't build them fast enough to meet the demand.


U.K. Bans Gas And Diesel Cars Starting 2040: Electric Cars Are The Future

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Promoting a future of electric cars, the U.K. will ban sales of new gas and diesel vehicles by 2040. Many European politicians and regulators see electric autos as critical for reducing air pollution.


Auto Industry Benefits For Now From Subprime Loans

Monday, July 24, 2017

A factor in the auto industry's record sales the past 2 years has been the return of loans to borrowers with less than perfect credit. This has led some to worry about a bubble in subprime auto loans.


Morning News Brief: Trump Meets Putin, Russia Probe Update, New Tesla Car

Friday, July 07, 2017

President Trump meets with Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit. Also, an update on Robert Mueller's Russia probe, and a look at electric carmaker Tesla's new lower-priced car.


As First Model 3 Rolls Off The Line, Can Tesla Sustain Momentum?

Friday, July 07, 2017

Tesla's first Model 3 comes off the assembly line Friday, a pivotal moment for the company. It's Tesla's mass-market electric car — with a $35,000 price. But it faces challenges ramping up production.


Volvo Moves To Phase Out Combustion Engine For Electric Motors Starting In 2019

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

With a pledge to move on from the internal combustion engine, Volvo announced Wednesday that it's going all electric. The company says all the vehicles it makes will be electric or hybrid starting in 2019. The development comes as Tesla prepares to sell its first mass market electric car later this month.


Diesel Vehicles Stay Alive Despite Constant Drama For Car Companies

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Diesel vehicles have caused more than their fair share of drama in the last few years. They have cost Volkswagen billions in fines and judgments. Chrysler is defending itself against allegations of cheating on emissions, and several other companies are still under investigation. But diesel manages to hang on.


Ford Gives New CEO Jim Hackett A Big To-Do List

Friday, May 26, 2017

Hackett's job description: Prepare Ford for a future of self-driving cars and keep things profitable by selling trucks. While Hackett has a unique set of skills, that's still an extremely tall order.


Ford Replaces CEO Mark Fields After Stock Prices Dwindle

Monday, May 22, 2017

Ford has just come off two straight years of record earnings. Its F-150 trucks are the best selling vehicles in America. But none of this was enough to save CEO Mark Fields' job. The career Ford executive has been replaced by a relative newcomer, Jim Hackett. One reason for the move: Ford's stock price tumbled nearly 40 percent in the three years Fields was at the helm.