Automakers are responsible for Takata airbag recalls, NHTSA chief says

Automakers have “ultimate responsibility” for the costs of replacing potentially deadly Takata airbags, no matter what happens to the Japanese supplier, the nation's top vehicle safety regulator said.

Tower Q3 profits rise on higher N.A. contracts

Tower International posted third-quarter net income of $18.2 million, a 12 percent year-over-year gain driven by new business in North America. Revenue rose 3.4 percent in the quarter to $457 million.

VW board to discuss brand overhaul on Friday, report says

Volkswagen's supervisory board will hold an extraordinary meeting on Friday to consult on a wide-ranging restructuring of the carmaker, two supervisory board sources told Reuters on Wednesday.

Fleetwide fuel economy resumes its climb

After a brief stall, the auto industry saw fleetwide fuel economy improve last year despite continued growth in light-truck sales, according to new data released today by the EPA.

Horoscope: November 3, 2016

Astrologer Shelly von Strunckel reveals what’s in the stars for you today

Bono first man to make Glamour’s Women of the Year list

U2 frontman will be honoured in a ceremony with other women for his activism

Emmylou Harris: Helping the world with her guitar

The singer-songwriter is touring the US with shows aimed at raising awareness of the global refugee crisis

Jennifer Holliday enjoys ‘new lease of life’ on Broadway

Singer and actress is best known for her role in the 1982 production of ‘Dreamgirls’

Kunal Kapoor makes South Indian debut with ‘Veeram’

Bollywood actor trained in sword fighting for his lead role in the big budget trilingual film

Mohanlal’s ‘Puli Murugan’ is all about man versus animal

Director Vysakh talks about the challenges of filming the action film in the wild