General Motors CEO Mary Barra testified on Capitol Hill today about an ignition switch defect linked to more than a dozen deaths. Why did it take a decade for GM and the National Highway Traffic Safety administration to recall 2.6 million cars? Also, today is the 10th birthday of Gmail. Some say the email service not only changed the way we think of electronic correspondence, but launched the modern web as we know it. Our weekly TV roundup includes talk of How I Met Your Mother, The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. We also talk to an Englishman documenting his experiences living in Los Angeles, and hear about a new bill that would protect temp workers in California.
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