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  1. U.S. Demands Nationwide Air Bag Recall 

    The Feds are losing their patience. U.S. safety regulators want to recall millions of vehicles equipped with driver’s-side air bags manufactured by Japanese supplier Takata Corp. The inflatables — found in vehicles from Ford, Honda, Chrysler, Mazda and BMW — have been linked to several deaths. Takata has been reluctant to take a regional recall national, but the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s chief, burnt by the debacle over GM ignition switches, says “we will make them do so.”

    NYT, USA Today, WSJ (sub)

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