WASHINGTON, Jan 12 (Reuters) - A U.S. auto regulator asked 29 carmakers to disclose if the safety of any of their vehicles or engines containing products supplied by Kobe Steel Ltd could be affected by data cheating, according to a letter seen by Reuters.



Latest News

FOX: 'Rogue' Trump staffer that duped nearly 1M deemed 'fake' by Facebook amid Fox News questions

FOX: Sides drop rape lawsuit against Russell Simmons

CNN: Finding art on the edge of the DMZ

CTV News: OPP warning the public about the dangers of 'purple heroin' and other opioids

CTV News: Ontario government understates deficit by billions

Reuters: UPDATE 1-Southwest 1st-qtr profit rises on strong demand, tax benefits

Reuters: BRIEF-GNC Holdings Reports Q1 Earnings Per Share $0.07

Reuters: Canada's Husky Energy profit surges as costs fall

Reuters: GM agrees to provide $3.6 bln funding to S.Korean unit -S.Korea

Reuters: CORRECTED-UPDATE 4-Biosimilar worries takes shine off Roche's guidance hike

Reuters: UPDATE 1-Lazard profit beats on growth across businesses

Reuters: BRIEF-Two Harbors Investment Announces Definitive Agreement To Acquire CYS Investments

Reuters: BRIEF-Group 1 Automotive Announces Q1 Earnings Per Share $1.70

Reuters: BRIEF-Cloudera Announces Formation Of Three Business Units

CTV News: One dead, three in hospital after collision on Toronto-area highway

CTV News: Officials: 3-year-old killed in Pennsylvania fire was alone

CTV News: Kevin Koe rebounds with 6-5 win over Kurt Balderston at Champions Cup

CBS: New DNA technology helps nab suspected Golden State Killer

Daily Mail: Video: Diane Abbott defends Jeremy Corbyn over anti-Semitism on GMB

Reuters: Flashes of past paradise as Philippines' Boracay empties for makeover

Reuters: GM agrees to provide $3.6 billion funding to South Korean unit: South Korea

Reuters: ConocoPhillips quarterly profit jumps 52 percent

AP: Palestinians bury Gaza journalist killed by Israeli fire