Authorities largely accepted the procedures since no links to illnesses were established until later.
Takata President Shigehisa Takada made his first public apology.
GM paid $200 million to settle claims filed with Feinberg as of March 31.
The NHTSA says it has 32 complaints alleging that electric vacuum assist pumps can fail.
At least eight people have been killed and 100 injured by the defective air bags.
The air bags have the potential to push sun visors into passengers and cause injuries.
An air conditioner pulley can fall off, creating a hazard for other motorists.
Ford Motor Co. is recalling more than 200,000 Transit Connect vans and Escape SUVs.
Government audit reveals extent of NHTSA’s poor management of the nation's largest auto recall.
Niagara has recalled 14 brands produced at two Pennsylvania manufacturing plants.
Takata might have placed profit over safety by halting safety audits of factories.
The death toll from faulty ignition switches has risen by three.
Jeni's closed its shops and halted production after listeria was found in the plant.
Honda says the car was recalled but not repaired even though the company sent four notices.
The Takata air bags can explode with too much force.
The growing recall covers air bags that can explode with too much force.
Nestle insists the noodles are safe and is challenging the ban in a Mumbai court.
Federal officials wrapped up an investigation into a listeria outbreak at Blue Bell.
The death toll from faulty ignition switches in General Motors small cars has risen by three.
Jeni's is temporarily closing its 21 retail shops.
When appropriately used, track and trace technology significantly reduces recall risk.
Ten other automakers use Takata inflators and have had to expand their recalls as well.
The recall forced Blue Bell to lay off more than a third of its workforce.
Acura has recalled two models because the emergency braking systems can malfunction.
The lawsuit alleges that Honda and Takata covered up the problem for more than a decade.
"We have cooperated fully. We continue to do that," Barra said.
GM agreed to make offers to 220 people who were injured in crashes caused by the switches.
Administrator Mark Rosekind says the GM case changed the culture at NHTSA.
Many people who complained said the mysterious braking nearly caused other cars to hit them.
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