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What you need to know about the VW emissions scandal
Volkswagen admitted to installing software designed to cheat emissions tests in about 11 million cars worldwide. While the cars passed emissions tests, they released nitrogen oxide up to 40 times the level allowed by federal law. Here's what you need to know about the scandal.
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