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Your Week in Review: May 23

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Primaries in six states, GM's latest recall and a military coup in Thailand all made headlines this week. Primaries in six states, GM's latest recall and a military coup in Thailand all made headlines this week.
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(RNN) - Tuesday was primary day for voters in six states.

One of the most closely watched elections this year will be in Kentucky, where Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is running against Democratic challenger and Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Grimes.

GM recalled more than 2.5 million more vehicles this week for various safety issues. The total number of recalls from GM so far this year has topped 13 million - more vehicles than GM has sold in the U.S. in the five years since it filed for bankruptcy.

Thailand's military said it has taken control of the country in a coup. The army chief made the announcement in a televised national address on Thursday.

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