Relatives of people who died as a result of a defective part on some General Motors cars spoke before a hearing on Capitol Hill Tuesday.

The carmaker reportedly knew about the defect for years, before issuing a recall. Survivors and family members say a recall could have saved lives.

The congressional hearing is looking into faulty ignition switches in certain GM cars that are being...

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