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USA-GM-RECALL/SENATE
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July 17, 2014 
Delphi Automotive Chief Executive Rodney O'Neal testifies before a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Delphi Automotive CEO O'Neal testifies before a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee... 
Delphi Automotive Chief Executive Rodney O'Neal testifies before a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington July 17, 2014. General Motors' legal department came under fire in the Senate hearing on Thursday, as lawmakers questioned why the automaker took more than 10 years to recall cars with ignition switch flaws while its lawyers worked on numerous cases involving deaths or injury caused by the malfunctioning switch. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW DISASTER) 
USA-GM-RECALL/SENATE
RTR3Z3CZ 
July 17, 2014 
General Motors general counsel Michael Millikin (L-R), Chief Executive Mary Barra, Delphi Automotive... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
GM general counsel Millikin, CEO Barra, Delphi Automotive CEO O'Neal and attorney Valukas testify before... 
General Motors general counsel Michael Millikin (L-R), Chief Executive Mary Barra, Delphi Automotive Chief Executive Rodney O'Neal and attorney Anton Valukas testify before a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington July 17, 2014. GM's legal department came under fire in the Senate hearing on Thursday, as lawmakers questioned why the automaker took more than 10 years to recall cars with ignition switch flaws while its lawyers worked on numerous cases involving deaths or injury caused by the malfunctioning switch. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW DISASTER) 
USA-GM-RECALL/SENATE
RTR3Z3CR 
July 17, 2014 
General Motors general counsel Michael Millikin (L-R), Chief Executive Mary Barra, Delphi Automotive... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
GM general counsel Millikin, CEO Barra, Delphi Automotive CEO O'Neal and attorney Valukas testify before... 
General Motors general counsel Michael Millikin (L-R), Chief Executive Mary Barra, Delphi Automotive Chief Executive Rodney O'Neal and attorney Anton Valukas testify before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington July 17, 2014. GM's legal department came under fire in the Senate hearing on Thursday, as lawmakers questioned why the automaker took more than 10 years to recall cars with ignition switch flaws while its lawyers worked on numerous cases involving deaths or injury caused by the malfunctioning switch. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
USA-GM-RECALL/DELPHI
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July 17, 2014 
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee questions... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Senator McCaskill (D-MO) of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee questions a... 
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee questions a witness in Washington July 17, 2014. GM's legal department came under fire in a Senate hearing on Thursday, as lawmakers questioned why the automaker took more than 10 years to recall cars with ignition switch flaws while its lawyers worked on numerous cases involving deaths or injury caused by the malfunctioning switch. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-GM-RECALL/SENATE
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July 17, 2014 
General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra (C), the company's general counsel Michael Millikin (L) and... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
GM CEO Barra, the company's general counsel Millikin and Delphi Automotive CEO O'Neal appear before the... 
General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra (C), the company's general counsel Michael Millikin (L) and Delphi Automotive Chief Executive Rodney O'Neal (R) appear before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington July 17, 2014. GM's legal department came under fire in the Senate hearing on Thursday, as lawmakers questioned why the automaker took more than 10 years to recall cars with ignition switch flaws while its lawyers worked on numerous cases involving deaths or injury caused by the malfunctioning switch. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
USA-GM-RECALL/SENATE
RTR3Z2SS 
July 17, 2014 
General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra (C), the company's general counsel Michael Millikin (L) and... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
GM CEO Barra, the company's general counsel Millikin and Delphi Automotive CEO O'Neal switch name plates... 
General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra (C), the company's general counsel Michael Millikin (L) and Delphi Automotive Chief Executive Rodney O'Neal switch name plates before testifying at the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington July 17, 2014. GM's legal department came under fire in the Senate hearing on Thursday, as lawmakers questioned why the automaker took more than 10 years to recall cars with ignition switch flaws while its lawyers worked on numerous cases involving deaths or injury caused by the malfunctioning switch. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW DISASTER) 
USA-GM-RECALL/DELPHI
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July 17, 2014 
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee questions... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Senator McCaskill (D-MO) of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee questions a... 
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee questions a witness in Washington July 17, 2014. The chief executive of Delphi Automotive, the auto supplier that supplied the defective switch to General Motors Co that has been linked to at least 13 deaths, said on Thursday that the automaker was responsible for approving the faulty part design. So far, GM has attributed 13 deaths and 54 crashes to the specific defect, in which the ignition switch can slip from the "run" to the "accessory" position, causing the engine to stall, air bags to not deploy, and a loss of power brakes and power steering. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-GM-RECALL/DELPHI
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July 17, 2014 
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who will oversee claims and compensation in the General Motors ignition/airbag... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Attorney Feinberg appears before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington... 
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who will oversee claims and compensation in the General Motors ignition/airbag failures, appears before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington July 17, 2014. The chief executive of Delphi Automotive, the auto supplier that supplied the defective switch to GM that has been linked to at least 13 deaths, said on Thursday that the automaker was responsible for approving the faulty part design. So far, GM has attributed 13 deaths and 54 crashes to the specific defect, in which the ignition switch can slip from the "run" to the "accessory" position, causing the engine to stall, air bags to not deploy, and a loss of power brakes and power steering. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER CRIME LAW) 
USA-GM-RECALL/DELPHI
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July 17, 2014 
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who will oversee claims and compensation in the General Motors ignition/airbag... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Attorney Feinberg appears before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington... 
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who will oversee claims and compensation in the General Motors ignition/airbag failures, appears before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington July 17, 2014. The chief executive of Delphi Automotive, the auto supplier that supplied the defective switch to GM that has been linked to at least 13 deaths, said on Thursday that the automaker was responsible for approving the faulty part design. So far, GM has attributed 13 deaths and 54 crashes to the specific defect, in which the ignition switch can slip from the "run" to the "accessory" position, causing the engine to stall, air bags to not deploy, and a loss of power brakes and power steering. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER CRIME LAW) 
USA-GM-RECALL/DELPHI
RTR3Z1NV 
July 17, 2014 
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who will oversee claims and compensation in the General Motors ignition/airbag... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Attorney Feinberg appears before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington... 
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who will oversee claims and compensation in the General Motors ignition/airbag failures, appears before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington July 17, 2014. The chief executive of Delphi Automotive, the auto supplier that supplied the defective switch to GM that has been linked to at least 13 deaths, said on Thursday that the automaker was responsible for approving the faulty part design. So far, GM has attributed 13 deaths and 54 crashes to the specific defect, in which the ignition switch can slip from the "run" to the "accessory" position, causing the engine to stall, air bags to not deploy, and a loss of power brakes and power steering. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER CRIME LAW) 
USA-GM-RECALL/DELPHI
RTR3Z1NP 
July 17, 2014 
A family member displays a photo of one of the victims of General Motors' ignition/air bag failure at... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
A family member displays a photo of one of the victims of General Motors' ignition/air bag failure at... 
A family member displays a photo of one of the victims of General Motors' ignition/air bag failure at the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee in Washington July 17, 2014. The chief executive of Delphi Automotive, the auto supplier that supplied the defective switch to GM that has been linked to at least 13 deaths, said on Thursday that the automaker was responsible for approving the faulty part design. So far, GM has attributed 13 deaths and 54 crashes to the specific defect, in which the ignition switch can slip from the "run" to the "accessory" position, causing the engine to stall, air bags to not deploy, and a loss of power brakes and power steering. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FILM-CRITICSCHOICE/
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January 17, 2014 
Director/Writer Richard Linklater (L), writer/actress Julie Delphy and writer/actor Ethan Hawke arrive... 
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES 
Linklater, Delphy and Hawke arrive at the 19th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards in Santa Monica 
Director/Writer Richard Linklater (L), writer/actress Julie Delphy and writer/actor Ethan Hawke arrive at the 19th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards in Santa Monica, California January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) (CRITICSCHOICE-ARRIVALS) 
GREECE/
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July 27, 2013 
Tourists visit the archaeological site of Delphi some 180 km (112 miles) north-west of Athens July 27,... 
DELPHI, Greece 
Tourists visit the archeaological site of Delphi 
Tourists visit the archaeological site of Delphi some 180 km (112 miles) north-west of Athens July 27, 2013. Greek tourism revenues are expected to bounce back this year to pre-crisis levels, the industry said. Tourism is the Greek economy's biggest cash-earner, accounting for about 17 percent of output. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL BUSINESS) 
GREECE/
RTX12198 
July 27, 2013 
A tourist takes pictures of Hellenistic era statues in the Archaeological museum of Delphi some 180 km... 
DELPHI, Greece 
Tourist takes pictures of Hellenistic era statues in the Archaeological museum of Delphi 
A tourist takes pictures of Hellenistic era statues in the Archaeological museum of Delphi some 180 km (112 miles) north-west of Athens July 27, 2013. Greek tourism revenues are expected to bounce back this year to pre-crisis levels, the industry said. Tourism is the Greek economy's biggest cash-earner, accounting for about 17 percent of output. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL BUSINESS) 
GREECE/
RTX12192 
July 27, 2013 
A museum guard sits by the "Twins of Argos", a pair of over lifesize Archaic Greek statues of kouroi... 
DELPHI, Greece 
A museum guard sits by the "Twins of Argos", a pair of over lifesize Archaic Greek statues of kouroi... 
A museum guard sits by the "Twins of Argos", a pair of over lifesize Archaic Greek statues of kouroi made around 580 BC in the Archaeological museum of Delphi some 180 km north-west of Athens, July 27, 2013. Greek tourism revenues are expected to bounce back this year to pre-crisis levels, the industry said. Tourism is the Greek economy's biggest cash-earner, accounting for about 17 percent of output. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL BUSINESS) 
GREECE/
RTX1218V 
July 27, 2013 
A Dutch tourist admires a 560 BC Hellenistic statue of the Sphinx of Naxos in the Archaeological museum... 
DELPHI, Greece 
Dutch tourist admires a 560 BC Hellenistic statue of the Sphinx of Naxos in the Archaeological museum... 
A Dutch tourist admires a 560 BC Hellenistic statue of the Sphinx of Naxos in the Archaeological museum of Delphi some 180 km (112 miles) north-west of Athens, July 27, 2013. Greek tourism revenues are expected to bounce back this year to pre-crisis levels, the industry said. Tourism is the Greek economy's biggest cash-earner, accounting for about 17 percent of output. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL BUSINESS) 
GREECE/
RTX1218T 
July 27, 2013 
A family of Dutch tourists rests in front of a 560 BC Hellenistic statue of the Sphinx of Naxos in the... 
DELPHI, Greece 
Family of Dutch tourists rests in front of a 560 BC Hellenistic statue of the Sphinx of Naxos in the... 
A family of Dutch tourists rests in front of a 560 BC Hellenistic statue of the Sphinx of Naxos in the Archaeological museum of Delphi some 180 km (112 miles) north-west of Athens, July 27, 2013. Greek tourism revenues are expected to bounce back this year to pre-crisis levels, the industry said. Tourism is the Greek economy's biggest cash-earner, accounting for about 17 percent of output. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL BUSINESS) 
SPORT AUTO RACING
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July 04, 2003 
Jeff Gordon (L) and Joe Nemechek chat in the garage area during
practice for the Pepsi 400, at the Daytona... 
Daytona Beach, United States of America 
JEFF GORDON AND JOE NEMECHEK CHAT DURING PEPSI 400 PRACTICE. 
Jeff Gordon (L) and Joe Nemechek chat in the garage area during
practice for the Pepsi 400, at the Daytona International Speedway in
Daytona Beach, Florida, July 4, 2003. Gordon will drive his number 24
DuPont/Pepsi Chevrolet and Nemechek his number 25 UAW-Delphi Chevrolet
in the race, set for July 5. REUTERS/Mark Wallheiser

JLS/HB 
SPORT AUTO RACING
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July 06, 2002 
Brett Bodine's #11 Hooters Ford is on fire after a collision in the
Pepsi 400 NASCAR race at the Daytona... 
Daytona Beach, USA 
FLAMES ERUPT FROM BRETT BODINE'S CAR DURING PEPSI 400 CRASH. 
Brett Bodine's #11 Hooters Ford is on fire after a collision in the
Pepsi 400 NASCAR race at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona
Beach, Florida July 6, 2002. At right hitting the wall is Joe
Nemechek's #25 UAW-Delphi Chevrolet. REUTERS/Duffin McGee

JLS 
FOX AUTO INDUSTRY
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July 16, 2001 
Mexican President Vicente Fox (C) and his wife, Martha, join automotive
industry officials July 16,... 
Detroit, USA 
UAW AND TEAMSTERS LEADERS JOIN MEXICAN PRESIDENT FOX IN DETROIT. 
Mexican President Vicente Fox (C) and his wife, Martha, join automotive
industry officials July 16, 2001 in front of one of the Detroit
Industrial Murals, created by Mexican artist Diego Rivera in 1932-33,
after a dinner at the Detroit Institute of Arts in President Fox's
honor attended by 300 business, labor, and community leaders, as well
as local, state, and national government leaders. (L-R) Jim Schroer,
Chrysler Group Vice President; UAW President Stephen Yokich; Lear
Chairman Kenneth L. Way; Ford Motor Company President & CEO Jacques
Nasser; President and Mrs. Fox; Delphi Automotive Systems Chairman J.T.
Battenberg III; General Motors President & CEO G. Richard Wagoner, Jr.;
and Al Zapata, president of U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce.
REUTERS/John C.

JCH 
RTRFQ9J 
July 21, 1998 
United Auto Workers President Stephen Yokich (L) shakes hands with a union member July 20 as he departs... 
UNITED STATES 
UAW PRESIDENT YOKICH LEAVES DELPHI RALLY. 
United Auto Workers President Stephen Yokich (L) shakes hands with a union member July 20 as he departs a rally for UAW Local 651 members at Delphi Flint East Operatrions. Flint UAW members were joined by UAW leaders from around the country during rallies at Delphi Flint East operations and GM Flint Metal Center in support of striking members. The two Flint strikes by 9,200 workers have idled 26 of 29 GM assembly plants in the US, Canada and Mexico. The strikes cost GM $1.2 billion in losses in the 2nd quarter according to industry analysts. jch/Photo by John C.

JCH/CM/WS 
RTRFQ9B 
July 21, 1998 
UAW Vice President Richard Shoemaker (R) autographs a picket sign July 20 at a rally for UAW Local 651... 
UNITED STATES 
UAW VP SHOEMAKER AUTOGRAPHS PICKET SIGN. 
UAW Vice President Richard Shoemaker (R) autographs a picket sign July 20 at a rally for UAW Local 651 members at Delphi Flint East Operations July 20. Flint UAW members were joined by UAW leaders from around the country during rallies at Delphi Flint East operations and GM Flint Metal Center in support of striking members. The two strikes in Flint by 9,200 UAW workers have idled 26 of 29 GM assembly plants in the US, Canada and Mexico. The strikes have cost GM $1.2 billion in losses in the 2nd quarter according to industry analysts. jch/Photo by John C.

JCH/CM/WS 
RTRFQ8Z 
July 21, 1998 
UAW President Stephen Yokich addresses union members July 20 during a rally at Delphi Flint East operations... 
UNITED STATES 
UAW PRESIDENT YOKICH ADDRESS RALLY OF FLINT STRIKERS. 
UAW President Stephen Yokich addresses union members July 20 during a rally at Delphi Flint East operations in support of striking Local 651 members. About 300 United Auto Workers leaders gathered at a hotel here to map strategy and shore up support for the union's crippling strikes against General Motors Corp. The two strikes in Flint by 9,200 UAW workers have idled 26 of 29 GM assembly plants in the US, Canada and Mexico. The strikes have cost GM $1.2 billion in losses in the 2nd quarter, and the company looses $80 million every day the stikes continues, according to industry analysts. jch/Photo by John C.

JCH/CM/WS 
USA
RTXI5K0 
July 20, 1998 
United Auto Workers President Stephen Yokich (L) shakes hands with a union member July 20 as he departs... 
United Auto Workers President Stephen Yokich (L) shakes hands with a union member July 20 as he depa..... 
United Auto Workers President Stephen Yokich (L) shakes hands with a union member July 20 as he departs a rally for UAW Local 651 members at Delphi Flint East Operatrions. Flint UAW members were joined by UAW leaders from around the country during rallies at Delphi Flint East operations and GM Flint Metal Center in support of striking members. The two Flint strikes by 9,200 workers have idled 26 of 29 GM assembly plants in the US, Canada and Mexico. The strikes cost GM $1.2 billion in losses in the 2nd quarter according to industry analysts. 
RTRFQ74 
July 20, 1998 
UAW members greet honking motorists July 20 as they pass General Motors' Flint Metal Center during a... 
UNITED STATES 
UAW MEMBERS RALLY IN SUPPORT OF FLINT STRIKERS. 
UAW members greet honking motorists July 20 as they pass General Motors' Flint Metal Center during a rally in support of striking Local 659 members. Along with the strike at Delphi Flint East by Local 651, the two strikes in Flint by 9,200 UAW workers have idled 26 of 29 GM assembly plants in North America. The strikes cost GM $1.2 billion in losses in the 2nd quarter, and GM looses $80 million every day the stikes continues, according to industry analysts. jch/Photo by John C.

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