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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 4/22/14 *** Plaintiffs seeking damages for the faulty ignition switches in General Motors cars have filed a class action suit to block the auto giant's effort to avoid liability. On Monday, GM formally asked a bankruptcy judge to protect it from all claims that predate its 2009 bankruptcy and taxpayer bailout. GM wants the court to distinguish the "Old GM" from the post-bankruptcy "New GM," exempting it from Old GM's liabilities. The plaintiff's lawsuit says: "GM's argument suggests that the government would have agreed to extend $40 billion of taxpayer money, and supported shielding it from liability, had it known of GM's intentional misconduct." The ignition switch defect has been linked to 13 and possibly hundreds of deaths as well as the recall of more than 2.6 million vehicles *** The international deal to contain the conflict in eastern Ukraine is in jeopardy with both sides trading blame. Pro-Russian separatists remain in control of several government buildings they have seized over the past two weeks. The United States says it will hold Russia responsible and impose new sanctions "within days" if the separatists don't withdraw *** The Obama administration is reportedly considering limiting the deportations of undocumented immigrants who do not have criminal records. Recent figures show two-thirds of those deported under President Obama had committed minor infractions, such as traffic violations, or had no criminal record at all *** *** More tomorrow

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