With 8.45 million more vehicles being called back by General Motors on Monday, the auto company has officially broken the all-time record for most vehicles recalled in a single year by a single automaker. GM's new round of recalls are related to "unintended ignition key rotation," the same problem that was linked to more than a dozen deaths and scores of accidents. So far this year, GM has recalled back 25 million vehicles in 54 campaigns. On the same day, GM announced victims' families could file for compensation of at least $1 million. The compensation fund is being administered by 9/11 paymaster Kenneth Feinberg.