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on Mon Nov 24 10:59 PM

Honda Says It Underreported Serious Accidents

WALL STREET JOURNAL ASIA

Honda said it failed to report 1,729 death and injury incidents involving its vehicles to U.S. regulators in an 11-year period starting in July 2003.
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on Mon Nov 24 8:15 PM

Honda Says It Underreported Serious Accidents

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Honda said it failed to report 1,729 death and injury incidents involving its vehicles to U.S. regulators in an 11-year period starting in July 2003.
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on Mon Nov 24 6:00 PM

Takata to face U.S. House hearing into airbag crisis

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS

Takata and Honda executives will return to Capitol Hill next week to testify about the growing safety crisis surrounding Takata airbag inflators that may explode in a crash.
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on Sun Nov 23 12:01 AM

Frustrated senators blast Takata, signal more safety legislation

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS

Senators' frustration with what they see as an inconsistent and disorganized response to the Takata airbag recall crisis boiled over last week, signaling a push for more auto safety regulations.
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on Fri Nov 21 6:54 PM

Holman Jenkins: Air Bag Agonistes

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

In the future, cars won’t need an IED in the dashboard.
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on Fri Nov 21 8:08 AM

Cloud of Uncertainty Lifted for Many Floridians

FLORIDA POLITICS

tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8877087.post-3511516936901212162014-11-21T08:08:00.001-05:002014-11-21T08:08:23.924-05:00Cloud of Uncertainty Lifted for Many Floridians - Cue the WingnutsOur digest of, and commentary on today's Florida political news...
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on Fri Nov 21 7:47 AM

Partisan split on reaction to Obama's immigration speech

ORLANDO SENTINEL

U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D, and and Democratic U.S. Reps. Alan Grayson and Corrine Brown support President Obama's immigration reform actions, while Republicans U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and U.S. Rep. Bill Posey oppose.
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on Fri Nov 21 6:46 AM

Takata exec warns about ability to fix deadly airbag flaw

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS

An executive from Japan's Takata told lawmakers on Thursday the supplier is urgently trying to ramp up replacement parts for millions of vehicles fitted with potentially deadly airbags, but said it may not be able to move quickly enough.
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on Thu Nov 20 3:13 PM

Florida reaction to President Obama's immigration action

THE BUZZ

Florida reaction to President Obama's immigration action:
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