General Motors will pay $900 million to settle criminal charges related to its flawed ignition switch that has been tied to at least 124 deaths.
Problems with the ignition switch could shut off the car while it was being driven, disabling the airbag, power steering and power brakes -- and putting drivers and passengers at risk.
04:50 New Zealand judge upholds Kim Dotcom extradition ruling14
14:56 Dellin Betances loses arbitration case against Yankees, will get $3 million next season26
11:01 Spain's Princess Cristina not guilty in tax fraud case18
03:17 Arizona Diamondbacks RHP Taijuan Walker loses arbitration case, will make $2.25 million22