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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Authorities have been hunting for more than 24 hours for an Oklahoma man they say posted live videos to social media while running from police during a violent rampage that included shooting two police officers, armed car thefts and killing his aunt and uncle, apparently attempting to cut off their heads.
By Bernie Woodall and Joseph White DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors Co shares fell over 3 percent on Tuesday despite better-than-expected third-quarter results amid fears that a slowdown in U.S. vehicle sales and currency turmoil in Europe will undercut future profits. GM Chief Financial Officer Chuck Stevens told reporters that the overall U.S. car and light truck market is a "plateaued environment," with sales flat for the year. The largest U.S. automaker said it expected full-year results would be on the "high end" of its previous forecast of $5.50 to $6.00 a share.