General Motors Co. will have to tell owners of 2.59 million recalled small cars to “park it” if customers suing the automaker convince a judge faulty ignition switches linked to 13 deaths make them too dangerous to drive.
Representative Paul Ryan’s budget plan will frame an election between a Republican Party that wants to eliminate the deficit partly by cutting U.S. social spending and Democrats who want to boost the safety net.
General Motors Co. Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra pushed yesterday to separate herself from an old GM that weighed the costs of improved safety, insisting she’s the face of a new GM that puts customers first.
President Barack Obama’s declaration that 7.1 million health-plan enrollments serve as a rebuke to critics of his signature law won’t diminish the opposition nor stop the scrutiny of the overhaul’s effect.
A dispute over an Alabama law requiring abortion clinic doctors to have hospital admitting privileges must be resolved at a trial, a judge ruled four days after a U.S. appeals court upheld a similar Texas statute.
The University of Kentucky and its five freshman starters completed the Final Four of college basketball’s national tournament, which features two schools that were seeded seventh or worse in their region for the third time in 36 years.