General Motors went a long way on Thursday toward clearing the legal morass stemming from its decade-long failure to disclose a deadly safety defect in millions of older small cars.
In simultaneous announcements, the automaker said it had resolved two substantial avenues of litigation: a criminal investigation by the Justice Department, and hundreds of private lawsuits filed by victims of a faulty ignition switch that has been linked to at least 124 deaths.
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