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Connecticut is extending emissions testing and waiving late fees for owners of General Motors cars being recalled.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra didn't squirm on the hot seat Tuesday. On the job less than three months, she calmly answered or deflected tough questions from a congressional committee about faulty parts responsible for at least 13 deaths and the recall of 2.6 million cars.
Congress, the Justice Department and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are all investigating General Motors Co.'s recall of 2.6 million vehicles for an ignition switch defect which can cause the car to stall and deactivate the air bags. GM links the defect to 13 deaths and more than two dozen crashes.
General Motors has hired attorney Kenneth Feinberg to advise it on its recall of small cars, but says his hiring doesn't necessarily mean it will establish a fund for victims.
General Motors Co. said Monday it is recalling 1.5 million vehicles worldwide because the electronic power-steering assist can suddenly stop working, making them harder to steer.
Congress, the Justice Department and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are all investigating General Motors Co.'s recall last month of 1.6 million vehicles for an ignition switch defect which can cause the car to stall and deactivate the air bags. The defect is linked to 12 deaths.
General Motors Co.'s chief executive Mary Barra will get an honorary degree when she speaks at the University of Michigan's spring commencement.
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