A natural gas pipeline rupture sparked a massive fire that prompted home evacuations.
A coalition of advocacy groups called for new safety standards for chemical plants.
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.
A coalition of groups called for a ban of eight food additives over potential cancer risks.
The ConAgra settlement was the largest ever in a food safety case.
Democrats blocked an effort to add a cybersecurity bill to a sweeping defense measure.
Flavor additives are regulated by the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association.
Costs are running at $3 million a day.
Accident investigators have said that they have not found any problems with the train.
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.
Foodborne illnesses cost the U.S. more than $15 billion annually.
The survey included more than 100 leaders of multinational corporations.
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.
Professor Joseph Turow discusses the loss of privacy in the digital age.
Some believe the engineer was using his cell phone before the train derailed.
Officials say World Fuel Services Corp. agreed to contribute $110 million.
GM agreed to make offers to 220 people who were injured in crashes caused by the switches.
Obama says part of the problem is the U.S. has old systems for detecting intrusions.
Officials are working to determine the cause of a fire that raged for hours.
The agency admitted fault in failing to link the switches to a series of fatal accidents.
The CDC continues to advise consumers not to eat any Blue Bell products.