By Jessica Dye Feinberg has said that airbag non-deployment is a key sign that the ignition switch may not have been properly
GM spokesman Greg Martin did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment. GM faces investigations by Congress, the
"Out of respect for their privacy, we do not discuss private conversations we may have had with family members or their legal
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By Ryan McNeill and Paul Lienert Using the FARS database of crashes reported to U.S. safety regulators between 2003 and 2012
General Motors CEO is defending the company for the second day now against charges of covering up a deadly defect.
GM did change the ignition switch, in 2006, but the process did not comply with the company's own rules, documents and testimony
The Center for Auto Safety said it referenced crash and fatality data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's