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General Motors cars are displayed at a California dealership (David McNew/Getty Images)
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Safety Chief Slams GM Over Fatal Defects

The head of the nation's auto safety watchdog is blaming General Motors for a failure to act sooner to warn consumers of a defect in small cars that is linked to 13 deaths.

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General Motors Reports 1.2 Billion In Quarterly Profit
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GM Recall Excluded Saturn Crash Deaths

General Motors excluded the Saturn Ion from a Feb. 13 recall for faulty ignition switches after engineers inexplicably failed to look at fatal crashes involving the compact car.

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Two Men Killed as Car Hits Tree in Plainfield

Two men were killed and another was hospitalized Sunday when their car struck a tree on a central New Jersey roadway.

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Record Low for Traffic Fatalities in NJ [AUDIO]

Motor vehicle fatalities in New Jersey hit an all-time low last year.

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Collision Causes Death on Rt. 78 in Springfield

One man was killed and another was injured when two cars crashed on a northern New Jersey highway.

State police say the crash on Route 78 in Union County occurred around 2 p.m. Sunday. Both cars were

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NJ Holds Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day [AUDIO]

The New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety (DHTS) is participating in "Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day" today, a national awareness campaign to remind the public about traffic safety issues

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Summer Months are Deadly for Young Drivers [AUDIO]

The 100 or so days between Memorial Day and Labor Day are some of the deadliest for teen drivers and their passengers, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic's analysis of federal crash data from 2011.

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Traffic Deaths Surged in 2012

Traffic fatalities rose 5 percent last year, according to an analysis of preliminary state data, reversing a seven-year decline in which the number of annual traffic deaths reached their lowest level in more than six decades.

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New Year’s Day Ranks Most Dangerous on Roadways

New Year’s Day consistently ranks among the year’s deadliest days for alcohol-related traffic fatalities.

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Traffic Fatalities Down Nationwide, Up in New Jersey [AUDIO]

Traffic deaths nationwide are on a downward trend, hitting the lowest level in six decades. But, in New Jersey, there was a 13 percent increase.

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