Detroit News Articles – General Motors Ignition Switch Recall

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Foxx: No NHTSA officials fired, disciplined in GM probe – 7/21/14

GM waited more than 10 years to recall 6.7M cars after first report of stalling – 7/18/14

GM CEO, general counsel, Feinberg will testify at Senate hearing – 7/8/14

For Michigan’s Rep. Upton, auto safety a personal cause – 4/1/14

Safety advocate questions NHTSA’s failure to open GM probe – 3/26/14

Transportation chief seeks review of NHTSA GM probe – 3/21/14

Penalties change up recall game – 3/21/14

Auto safety group urges GM to set up $1B victims fund – 3/12/14

Analysts: Replacement part could be $2-$5 in GM recall – 3/12/14

Senator, safety advocates press NHTSA in wake of GM recall – 3/7/14

U.S. demands GM turn over information on handling of recalls – 3/5/14

Expert: Possible GM fine could fall short of full $35M in recall – 2/27/14

GM expands ignition switch recall to 1.4 million vehicles – 2/25/14

GM ignition-switch flaw reported to U.S. 7 years ago – 2/21/14