Once again, General Motors CEO Mary Barra is getting hauled before a Congressional subcommittee, this time to answer questions about the damning internal investigation about the ignition switch recall.
You can read Barra's prepared remarks here before she answers lawmakers' questions. It's expected by most observers to be a pretty intense grilling session, one in which Barra will push a "the buck stops here" mentality and offer few excuses when it comes to GM's much-maligned culture.
Also, I'd be willing to bet that questions about Bloomberg Businessweek's exclusive on how GM punished a whistleblower in the early 2000s will come up. We'll see what Barra and her team have to say about that, if anything.
The hearing before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations starts at 10 a.m. ET. You can watch it online here.
We'll have a discussion going in the comments below, so feel free to chime in with your thoughts if you're watching it as well.