ABC's America's Money: Toyota fighting wron­gful-death lawsuit

Topping "America's Money," a landmark case involving Toyota getting underway Monday.

It stems from the death of a 66 year old, whose family says Toyota is liable for her death because her 2006 Camry unexpectedly accelerated to 100 miles per hour, before she crashed.

Toyota says there was no defect on her vehicle.

President Obama begins a series of speeches about the economy on Wednesday.

The White House says that over the next several weeks, Mr. Obama will address some new ideas on bolstering the middle class.

They will include steps he'll take on his own, without congressional approval.

Late this year, the TSA wil begin accepting online applications for the program that lets some frequent fliers speed through airport check-in's.

You'll have to provide I.D., fingerprints, and $85.

And finally, it was "The Conjuring" topping the weekend box office.

The haunted house thriller brought in over $41 million.

"Despicable Me 2" was second, "Turbo" was third.


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