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GM ignition compensation approved for 29 deaths

The leader of the GM Ignition Compensation Fund has approved settlements for surviving families in 29 fatal accidents involving defective ignition switches.

As of Friday, Kenneth Feinberg, who is directing the assessment of all claims, had ...

Honda, Acura announce new models

Honda and its luxury arm, Acura, will each be bringing some new sheet metal to the Los Angeles Auto Show, the automakers announced Monday.

Honda's all-new HR-V compact crossover is to make its North American debut on Nov. 19. The all-new ...

GM's embattled chief lawyer to retire

DETROIT -- Michael Millikin, General Motors general counsel, will retire early next year, about a year after the company's costly delayed recall of 2.6 million cars equipped with defective ignition switches that have been tied to 27 fatalities.

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Tesla Model S — is it a car or an iPad?

Is the Tesla a car or an iPad?

That's the question engineers at the IHS automotive research firm posed as they dissected one of the electric car company's pricey Model S sedans.

They found that the design, components and manufacturing process ...