The proposal - presuming it sees the light of day - will be the first shot in what is expected to be a long battle in the USA courts.
According toBloomberg, President Trump will seek to ease future fuel economy regulations by directing the Environmental Protection Agency to revoke the Clean Air Act waiver that allows the state of California to impose its own tailpipe rules.
California and 16 other states, plus the District of Columbia sued May 2 to block the Trump administration from pumping the brakes on emissions standards. Freezing the standards would reduce the average fleet fuel economy standard from a current projected level of 46.8 miles per gallon in 2026 and reduce it to 37 miles per gallon, according to an earlier draft obtained by Democratic Senator Tom Carper.
The Obama administration had proposed tougher standards - 36 mpg by 2025.
In May, California and a group of 16 other states challenged the Trump administration's decision to reopen strict US vehicle emissions rules for review.
California and like-minded states are girding for a legal battle with the Trump administration on whether those states have gone too far in controlling greenhouse gases from automobiles, a prospective case that legal scholars say - barring a last-minute settlement - is sure to reach the U.S. Supreme Court.
The administration also contends the new rule would reduce "societal costs" by about $500 billion over the life of the vehicles but the administration's overall forecast net benefits are unclear, once higher fuel consumption is taken into account.
The other attack on California comes in the form of a proposed revocation of the state's mandate that automakers sell electric vehicles.
The state's ability to set its own rules has also let to regulations that many in the trucking industry have found onerous. The revision would also impact California's mandate on electric vehicle sales in the state.
The EPA and Transportation Department did not immediately provide comments on Monday.
An annual report issued this month by the California Air Resources Board found that California already has met its 2020 goal for cutting greenhouse gas emissions back to 1990 levels.
And a long legal fight between the state and federal governments could make it hard for the automakers to plan, since the process of designing, engineering and introducing a new auto typically takes more than three years, Brauer said. Meanwhile, California has announced that the state plans to take legal action to fight the intrusion into their state politics.
"What we don't want to see is two different standards for the country", Wheeler said, calling for a "50-state solution" to disputes over mileage standards.
"One of the reasons they've been somewhat quiet is because they're torn, " said Karl Brauer, executive publisher of Autotrader and KBB.com, speaking of the auto companies.
"It's going to be an interesting battle because it's going to go to California's authority", McGarity says.
The rules could thwart efforts to boost EVs in California.
Brunson, and call on Turkish authorities to resolve his case immediately in a transparent and fair manner", he said on Twitter. Pence's initial announcement of possible sanctions came at the close of a three-day conference on religious freedom.
Taiwan's cabinet spokeswoman Kolas Yotaka called China's behaviour "unjust" and asked for support from the worldwide community. A check of American Airlines' website showed it now listed only Taipei's airport code and city, but not the name Taiwan.
The average estimate of 15 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of $1.75 per share. The stock slide began right after Facebook reported second-quarter results after the market closed Wednesday.
Salts in the lake are believed to have kept the water - which has a temperature as low as -68C (-90F) - from freezing over. Lake beds like those explored by Nasa's Curiosity rover show water was present on the surface of Mars in the past.
PT to a medical emergency call on the 8000 block of Laurel View Drive in Hollywood Hills , a department spokeswoman said . In the wake of her hospitalisation, the singer's Atlantic City concert, set to take place tomorrow, has been cancelled.
Almost 10.6 crore people are registered to vote for members of the lower house of parliament and four provincial assemblies. According to the latest opinion polls, neither Mr Khan nor Mr Sharif are likely to win a clear majority in the election.
The affected countries have in turn targeted USA agricultural products, including soybeans, dairy, meat, produce and liquor. After the meeting with Mr Juncker, Mr Trump said the two sides would now be "more reciprocal".
Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani has said the proposed payment was a personal matter and not subject to campaign finance law. In May, President Trump admitted he had reimbursed Mr Cohen for a payment he made to hush up her claims.
Vettel needs to bounce back strongly at the Hungarian GP next weekend, or Hamilton will take the momentum into the summer break. Team principal Toto Wolff has denied that team orders will be the norm for the rest of Mercedes' 2018 season.
Democratic Senate leader opposes more meetings between USA and Russian Federation until summit details are known. The poll found that 64 percent of USA adults believe Trump is not tough enough on Russian Federation .
He had been quickly identified after the attack with the help of BART surveillance videos. (Officers) asked him what his name was. A man who said he witnessed a portion of the train attack said he had his back to the victims when he heard a commotion.
Tini has been waging legal war against her husband since 2016, when a family court judge refused to grant her divorce. Tini Owens, 68, has been denied a divorce from her millionaire husband Hugh Owens, 80, by the Britain's Supreme Court.
This will be a historical eclipse as it will last three hours and 55 minutes, making it the longest eclipse of this century. As the Moon continues on its orbit, and pulls away from the Umbra, stargazers will notice another partial lunar eclipse.
To date, every time that the Trump administration has imposed a tariff on China, China has imposed an equal tariff on US goods. Officials say they will be using a depression-era program, the Commodity Credit Corporation, to secure money from the U.S.
Deportations were suspended for a period in January 2018 when a Taliban attack killed more than 100 people in a hotel. A Swedish woman successfully halted an Afghan man's deportation by refusing to sit down on an airplane this week.
On Wednesday, 31 people were killed near a polling station in Quetta, the capital of the southwestern province of Baluchistan. The 2013 election was also marred by violence, with 150 people killed in the six weeks leading up to polling day.
Manchester City have been linked with a £72m move for the 28-year-old Bosnia worldwide after missing out on Jorginho to Chelsea . City manager Guardiola, however, could not be prouder of the record-setting Premier League champions post-match.
This faith from Silva obviously stems from working with the player daily and seeing his development while together at Watford . New Everton record signing says he is delighted to be at the club and says that Everton are a "very big club ".
The biggest news from the Trump-Juncker meeting is that it appears to have delayed an impending trade war over autos. Mr Juncker added he had travelled to Washington with "the intention to make a deal today and we made a deal today".
House of Representatives has introduced articles of impeachment against Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein . Democrats have argued the focus on Rosenstein is an attempt to broadly undermine the Mueller investigation.
Bloys also revealed that HBO is only going forward with one of the five Game of Thrones prequel series that were in the works. The final season of Game of Thrones doesn't have an official return date yet, but the final six episodes will air in 2019.
In a statement on Monday, Spencer apologised for the "ridiculously ugly episode" but he initially refused to step down. Who is America? airs on Showtime in the USA and on Mondays at 10pm on Channel 4 in the UK.
Addressing the China trade relationship, Trump wrote on Twitter , "They are being vicious in what will be their failed attempt". The programme is not meant to extend beyond this year, officials at the agriculture department said.