General Motors CEO Mary Barra answers questions about the automaker's ignition switch recall. GM has recalled nearly 4 million vehicles for repairs over the past two months. The most serious was a recall to replace faulty ignition switches that have been linked to 13 deaths. GM says it plans to take a charge of about $750 million dollars as part of its first-quarter results to cover the cost of the recalls. 

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