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U.S. to Fine Takata $14,000 a Day Over Airbags

The federal government will fine the Japanese air bag maker Takata Corp. $14,000 a day for what it said was the company's failure to cooperate with an investigation into defective devices. Takata’s airbag inflators can explode violently when they deploy, spraying metal fragments. The National Highway Traffic... Read More


Drugged Driving on the Rise, NHTSA Says

A new warning for all people on our roadways – beware of drugged driving. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says there are now more drugged drivers than drunk drivers. Drunk Driving Declines, While Drug Use Behind the Wheel Rises While drug-impaired driving was on the rise, NHTSA said... Read More


Thousands of Farmers Join Lawsuits against Swiss Corn Seed Maker

Farmers, grain elevator operators, and commodities exporters are joining a massive class-action lawsuit against Syngenta, the Swiss manufacturer of a genetically modified seed corn, claiming billions of dollars in damages after China refused shipments of all corn exported from the United States in 2013 and 2014.   The... Read More


Four National Retailers Selling Supplements with Unlisted Ingredients

After testing a number of supplements from four prominent national retailers, the office of the New York State Attorney General announced that test results showed Target, Walmart, GNC and Walgreens sold supplements that, in most cases, contained none of the ingredients listed on their labels. The New York Times reported Feb.... Read More


GM Pays 130 Claimants Ahead of Schedule via Victims’ Compensation Fund

Of the 4,180 individuals claiming injury or death of a loved one through General Motors Co.’s (GM) victims’ compensation fund, 130 have been paid ahead of the Jan. 31 deadline. The fund was established as a result of last year's ignition switch recall that affected millions of drivers across the country. Kenneth... Read More


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