Chrysler

The UAW Versus the World

Union, Democrats argue against inclusion of Japan in trade treaty

A trade agreement that has garnered broad support from a diverse array of organizations in the United States has drawn staunch opposition from labor unions and congressional Democrats.

Fiat Built That

Obama Touts Success of European-owned Chrysler

President Barack Obama is championing the profits of a European-owned carmaker as proof the auto bailout worked.

Warren’s U-Turn

Elizabeth Warren Trades Moccasins for Flip-Flops on Auto Bailout

Democratic Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren appears to have changed her position on President Obama’s 2009 auto bailout, records show, and experts believe national Democrats are to blame.

The Auto Bailout Bust

Obama’s rescue of Chrysler and General Motors unpopular with voters, creditors, and GM management

President Barack Obama has made the auto bailout a centerpiece of his reelection campaign, using it to bash Republican nominee Mitt Romney. But the tactic may backfire as the general election heats up, public opinion surveys suggest.

The Shameless
Obama Campaign

Column: At-risk president panders to key groups

While the media cluck their tongues at social conservatives and obsess over the rather boring and predictable Republican primary, can we pause for a moment to observe just how panicked President Obama seems to be about his reelection?