A laid-off General Motors worker shared his message to President Trump on "Fox & Friends First" Friday morning.
"Special Report" anchor Bret Baier said many people in Middle America support President Trump's tough rhetoric on General Motors after the company announced it will close five North American factories and lay off thousands of U.S. workers.
On Tuesday, President-elect Donald Trump issued a threat to General Motors: Build the Chevrolet Cruze in the U.S. or face a heavy tax.
Following the discovery of a serious security flaw that allows hackers to break into General Motors’ OnStar system and take control of certain vehicle functions remotely, GM says it has a fix.
Hillary Clinton conceded in a new interview that her recent comments about her wealth, or lack thereof, were "inartful." She said she should not have spoke about the family being "dead broke" when they left the White House.
In a heartbreaking case out of Texas, a woman was convicted of criminally negligent homicide in a crash that killed her fiancé, only to find out years later that her car was a faulty GM vehicle.
General Motors is arguing that it shouldn’t have to pay after faulty equipment triggered deadly crashes.
Howard Kurtz talked to Julie Banderas on Happening Now to discuss what was in the works for this weekend's Media Buzz.
Families affected by the faulty General Motors ignition defect are speaking out on Capitol Hill ahead of the congressional hearing today. According to GM, 31 crashes and 13 fatalities have been linked to the problem.
General Motors said it will recall an additional 1.3 million vehicles in the U.S. over a power-steering issue. The embattled automaker said it will take a $750 million charge in the first quarter, including a previously-disclosed $300 million over three separate safety actions.