The New York Democrat is pushing the OMB to require rearview cameras in cars.
A new House bill targets drivers under the influence of marijuana.
Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) and two other Democrats have reintroduced legislation giving states the authority to regulate tow truck drivers, which some say have been allowed to aggressively tow cars away without any regulatory check from government at any level.
The Tennessee Republican denied tainting a United Auto Workers election.
The Arctic blast has sent gas prices to five-year peaks.
GOP candidate says inquires into accident resulting in man's death are politically motivated.
The UAW is claiming "extraordinary interference" from politicians, including Sen. Bob Corker.
Older drivers are less likely now to be involved in automobile accidents than other generations, according to a new study reported on by the Detroit News.
The study, which was conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, found that drivers over 70 years old had a lower accident rate since 1997 than drivers between 35- and 54-years-old did.
The study found the accident rate among drivers older than 70 declined by 31 percent between 1997 and 2012.
The Obama administration is moving forward with another fuel efficiency rule that would cost automakers more than $14 million each year, according to government estimates.
The recall triggered memories of the company's massive 2009 recalls that set Toyota back $2 billion.