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  • Kentucky teen on confrontation with Native American: 'I'd like to talk to him' news

    The Kentucky high school student seen in a “Make America Great Again” hat during a confrontation with an elderly Native American protester on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial says he wishes it never happened, but isn’t sorry for standing his ground.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 10:49:19 -0500
  • Escort who claimed Trump secrets 'committed no crimes': lawyer news

    The lawyer of a Belarussian escort who claimed she had proof of Russian collusion with Donald Trump's election campaign on Wednesday insisted on her innocence after she was released from custody for allegedly coercing women into prostitution. Anastasia Vashukevich, also known as Nastya Rybka, had been expected to speak to the media in Moscow but did not turn up. Vashukevich was arrested at a Moscow airport last week after being deported from Thailand as part of a group convicted of participating in a "sex training course".

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 12:14:41 -0500
  • Death toll in Mexico gasoline pipeline blast climbs to 94: officials news

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The number of people who died from a gasoline pipeline explosion in central Mexico last week has risen to 94, government officials said on Tuesday, from 91 reported a day earlier The explosion last Friday occurred as about 800 people in Hidalgo state's Tlahuelilpan district were collecting gasoline that was gushing from a pipeline leak near a major refinery. ...

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 09:01:20 -0500
  • Government shutdown ‘causing FBI to lose informants’ at centre of terrorism investigations news

    A lack of funding due to the partial shutdown of the US government is hindering FBI investigations into drug and terrorism offences, the FBI Agents Association (FBIAA) has said. The bureau has lost several informants who have infiltrated groups under investigation, an anonymous FBI agent was quoted as saying in a report on the impact of the shutdown. Agents who had been working on an investigation into the MS-13 criminal gang said they were only able to communicate with Spanish-speaking informants through a conference call with a translator.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 07:46:00 -0500
  • Romania president: plan to invalidate graft cases not legal

    BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Romania's president said on Tuesday that a government decree that could invalidate hundreds of corruption cases involving senior officials is "crassly unconstitutional," a development that also prompted concern from the European Union.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 16:47:57 -0500
  • Every Photo of the Heavy Duty 2020 GMC Sierra

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    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 19:10:00 -0500
  • More strikes ahead? Teachers say they love their jobs but can't pay their bills, poll shows news

    Amid dissatisfaction with pay and demands, more than half of K-12 teachers in a USA TODAY/Ipsos Poll say they've thought about quitting.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 09:50:12 -0500
  • Alleged US spy received Russian 'state secret' without knowing: lawyer news

    A former US Marine charged with espionage in Russia was handed a USB drive containing state secrets without knowing what was on the device, his lawyer said Tuesday after a hearing extending his client's custody. Paul Whelan, 48, was taken into custody on December 28 by the Russian FSB security service, which said he was caught "while carrying out an act of espionage".

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 14:36:13 -0500
  • Tom Brady Fans: This Meal Delivery Program Lets You Eat Just Like Your Favorite QB news

    GOAT quarterback skills not included.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 13:46:00 -0500
  • WaPo Issues Correction after Falsely Labeling Nathan Phillips a Vietnam Vet news

    The Washington Post issued a correction Tuesday after falsely describing the elderly Native American man whose confrontation with a group of high-school students went viral over the weekend as a veteran of the Vietnam War. “Earlier versions of this story incorrectly said that Native American activist Nathan Phillips fought in the Vietnam War.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 16:31:48 -0500
  • Man let 11-year-old girl drive herself to school in stolen car, police say

    A little boy was in the backseat, school staffers told police. Now Round Lake authorities outside Chicago are looking for Khafilu Oshodi.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 13:42:50 -0500
  • Kerry, at Davos, sends Trump a one-word message: Resign news

    The former secretary of state goes after the president in a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 16:46:38 -0500
  • Opposition leader pushes for parliament vote on new Brexit referendum news

    Labour put forward an amendment seeking to force the government to give parliament time to consider and vote on options to prevent a "no deal" exit including a customs union with the EU, and "a public vote on a deal". "It is time for Labour’s alternative plan to take center stage, while keeping all options on the table, including the option of a public vote," said Corbyn, who put his name to the amendment. It was the first time the Labour leadership had put forward in parliament the possibility of a second vote, which was welcomed by some opponents of Brexit.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 07:39:35 -0500
  • North Dakota couple killed by fallen tree in San Diego news

    GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota couple died while vacationing in San Diego when a 75-foot-tall pine tree crashed onto their rental house as they slept, relatives and police said.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 13:01:17 -0500
  • Newark Among Airports With Longest MLK Wait Times Amid Shutdown news

    The Transportation Security Administration screened 2.18 million people Monday, the close of the three-day holiday weekend, and four airports had wait times that exceeded 30 minutes, according to the agency. The partial shutdown that began Dec. 22 has forced TSA’s security-critical employees to continue working without pay. In addition to airport screening glitches, the shutdown has also hurt airlines because almost all Federal Aviation Administration safety inspectors were off the job until last week.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 11:01:51 -0500
  • No public mood for compromise as Brexit gulf widens: study news

    There is "no compromise" on Brexit that commands majority public support in Britain, with opposition to Prime Minister Theresa May's deal the only point of agreement, a leading pollster said Tuesday. "No procedural or substantive option appears to be both widely popular and capable of bridging the Brexit divide," said the University of Strathclyde's John Curtice. "The problem with Brexit is that the centre ground of politics is rather thinly populated," he said, presenting a report entitled "Brexit and Public Opinion 2019" in London.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 09:44:37 -0500
  • New poll: Most voters say President Trump is responsible for the partial government shutdown news

    Democrats, Republicans, President Trump play the blame game over shutdown; reaction and analysis from the power panel on 'Fox News @ Night.'

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 23:23:38 -0500
  • D.C. Is Still Divided Over the Shutdown. But Celebrity Chef José Andrés Briefly Bridged the Gap news

    D.C. remains divided on partisan lines on the government shutdown, but celebrity chef José Andrés briefly brought both sides together.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 15:50:46 -0500
  • Supreme Court Temporarily Reinstates Transgender Military Ban news

    The Supreme Court on Tuesday temporarily reinstated the Trump administration’s partial ban on transgender individuals’ serving in the military. While declining to consider the legality of the policy, the Court granted the administration’s request to halt district-court injunctions against the policy’s enforcement until the Ninth Circuit could rule on it. Federal trial judges in California, Washington, D.C., and Washington state have ruled against the ban after plaintiffs argued that it violates the the Constitution’s First Amendment and equal-protection and due-process clauses.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 12:03:03 -0500
  • Atlanta nightclub faces backlash over alleged sexual assault that was streamed on Facebook Live

    Police are investigating a video which appears to show a woman being sexually assaulted on the dance floor of an Atlanta nightclub.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 21:18:14 -0500
  • Shutdown hits national security employees across government news

    Officials serving in intelligence and national security roles in the FBI; the departments of Homeland Security, State and Justice; and other agencies have large numbers of employees either furloughed or working but not being paid.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 16:50:38 -0500
  • A century on, Basra's British-era shipyard going strong news

    Thousands of ships, including former dictator Saddam Hussein's yacht, have passed through the Iraqi shipyard's three docks, where a giant steam engine hauls them out of the water and up the century-old wooden tracks. Mohammed Adnan, who has been operating the huge steam engine for six years now, says it is not easy. "They say they [the British] brought in the wood from Burma... we tried to drill a 1.5 inch nail into it once, we couldn't," said Jassim Hussain Sabour, the shipyard's longest-serving worker.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 10:47:06 -0500
  • The Latest: White House reaches out to Kentucky students news

    COVINGTON, Ky. (AP) — The Latest on reaction from a recent encounter between white teenagers, Native American marchers and a black religious sect outside the Lincoln Memorial. (all times local):

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 04:32:40 -0500
  • The Moon was hit by a meteorite while you were staring at the ‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’ eclipse news

    Skywatchers had plenty to be excited about this past weekend thanks to a lunar eclipse that was visible from the Americas as well as parts of Europe, Africa, and Asia. It got the nickname "Super Blood Wolf Moon" thanks to a combination of labels that may or may not have much meaning, but it was an undeniably cool sight nonetheless. As it turns out, the eclipse was even more special than most observers had noticed, as the Moon was actually struck by a meteorite while everyone was gazing in wonder at its rusty appearance. A new video from astronomer Jose Madiedo, using imagery gathered by the MIDAS impact survey effort, shows the exact moment of impact. In the video you can clearly see a tiny dot flash in the upper left corner of the Moon sphere, appearing for only a fraction of a second before being shrouded in darkness. Some observers who were watching live coverage of the eclipse spotted the brief flash, debating what might have caused it. The MIDAS survey is a Moon-watching that scours video of its surface in the hopes of detecting the tiny flashes associated with meteorite impacts. In this case, MIDAS scored a home run, and it was the first time the system was able to spot an impact during a total lunar eclipse. "In total I spent almost two days without sleeping, including the monitoring time during the eclipse," Madiedo explained to Gizmodo. "I was exhausted when the eclipse ended--but when the automatic detection software notified me of a bright flash, I jumped out of my chair. It was a very exciting moment because I knew such a thing had never been recorded before." The meteorite itself wasn't terribly large, and is estimated to have only been around 22 pounds. Still, its impact was large enough to be spotted by observers as well as the automated MIDAS system, and that's pretty cool.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 13:01:56 -0500
  • US, regional powers recognise Maduro opponent as Venezuela leader news

    The United States and major South American nations recognised Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim leader Wednesday while the UN urged dialogue in Caracas to avoid "disaster", leaving President Nicolas Maduro increasingly isolated. Major regional players Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Peru and Argentina all gave their backing to Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president, which he made in front of crowd of tens of thousands of supporters in the capital Caracas. The European Union called for free elections to restore democracy.

    Thu, 24 Jan 2019 03:46:48 -0500
  • Haute couture: the best catwalk beauty looks from day two news

    Day two of Spring/Summer 2019 Haute Couture fashion week saw some of the biggest houses in the industry get gloriously playful with catwalk hair and makeup. Alexis Mabille ushered in the springtime with kaleidoscopic flower crowns that tumbled down the models' faces for a lesson in surreal romanticism. It was all about the pompadour at Chanel, where the models sported towering vertical hairstyles that added several inches to their height, commanding respect.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 04:41:09 -0500
  • Steph Curry Sells North Carolina Home for $1.19 Million news

    The Golden State Warrior star previously sold his Walnut Creek, California, home in August 2017

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 14:00:29 -0500
  • Photos From Our Drive of the New 2020 Porsche 911

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    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 16:44:00 -0500
  • Norwegian Cruise Line denies claim crew member used passenger's cabin for sex

    Norwegian Cruise Line on Tuesday denied that a crew member used a British couple's cabin for sex during a recent voyage.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 14:24:11 -0500
  • FBI agents say shutdown hinders fight against gangs and terrorism news

    The FBI Agents Association (FBIAA) repeated its call for the partial government shutdown to end, arguing that it is undermining the bureau’s ability to protect the nation.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 14:18:17 -0500
  • Gunman surrenders after killing five in central Florida bank: police news

    The shooting occurred at the SunTrust Bank in Sebring, a town of about 10,000 people 95 miles (153 km) south of Orlando, around 12:30 p.m. ET (1730 GMT), Sebring Police Chief Karl Hoglund said at a news conference. The 21-year-old suspect, identified as Zephen Xaver, called 911 dispatchers and said he had shot five people inside the bank, according to authorities. When police entered the bank, the gunman had barricaded himself inside but eventually surrendered, the Sebring Police Department said in a statement posted on Facebook.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 22:21:30 -0500
  • The Latest: Los Angeles teachers ratify deal by large margin news

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on the end of the Los Angeles teachers strike (all times local):

    Thu, 24 Jan 2019 00:14:18 -0500
  • Supreme Court Allows Redacted Appeal in Possible Mueller Case news

    Mueller is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible obstruction by President Donald Trump. The dispute apparently marks the first time the Supreme Court has been asked to intervene in the probe. The Supreme Court previously refused to block the daily fines, but the company is still pressing the court to hear an appeal.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 11:14:26 -0500
  • Kentucky mother of newborn twins missing since leaving bar with men 3 weeks ago news

    'If you know anything, we beg you, come forward': A Kentucky family is making an emotional plea to help find a mother of four who vanished.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 15:38:51 -0500
  • Trump recognizes Venezuela opposition leader Guaido as 'interim president' news

    The United States on Wednesday recognized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the interim president, urging the overthrow of hard-left strongman Nicolas Maduro following tainted elections and a spiraling economic crisis. In a coordinated bid to oust Maduro, Guaido declared himself acting president during a mass demonstration and within minutes was recognized by President Donald Trump as well as the Organization of American States.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 14:13:48 -0500
  • Boeing's flying car lifts off in race to revolutionize urban travel news

    Boeing Co said on Wednesday its flying car prototype hovered briefly in the air during an inaugural test flight, a small but significant step as the world's largest planemaker bids to revolutionize urban transportation and parcel delivery services. Boeing is competing with arch-rival Airbus SE and numerous other firms to introduce small self-flying vehicles capable of vertical takeoff and landing. Boeing's 30-foot-long (9 meter) aircraft - part helicopter, part drone and part fixed-wing plane - lifted a few feet off the ground and made a soft landing after less than a minute of being airborne on Tuesday at an airport in Manassas, Virginia, Boeing said.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 16:53:02 -0500
  • These mini broccoli cheddar soup pies are almost too cute to eat news

    Welcome to Best Bites, a twice-weekly video series that aims to satisfy your

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 11:28:30 -0500
  • Marine recruiter charged with sexually assaulting teen girl trying to enlist news

    A Marine recruiter was arrested Wednesday for allegedly sexually assaulting a Lake Village teenage girl looking to enlist.

    Thu, 24 Jan 2019 00:38:21 -0500
  • Amazon’s rare discount on the only Instant Pot with a built-in sous vide somehow isn’t sold out news

    Yesterday afternoon we told you about a killer sale that popped up on Amazon. The $160 Instant Pot 8 Qt Aura Pro Multi-Use Programmable Multicooker with Sous Vide is the only multi-use cooker that Instant Pot makes with a built-in sous vide function, and it almost never goes on sale. Thanks to a $32 clippable coupon on Amazon, it dropped to an all-time low of $127.99. Last time this coupon popped up on Amazon it sold out within about an hour, but today we have some terrific news: it's somehow still available! Hurry up and head to the Amazon page now and you'll still find that $32 coupon there. We have no idea how much longer this deal will last though, so you should definitely take advantage as soon as you can. Here are the highlights from the product page: * Please note this item does not have a pressure cooker function. * Aura Pro replaces 11 commonly used kitchen appliances - Sear/Saute, Bake, Slow Cook, Steam, Stew, Sous Vide, Roast, Yogurt, Rice, Multigrain and Keep Warm, your favorite dishes are as easy as pressing a button! * Microprocessor Technology - The microprocessor controls the time and temperature to ensure consistent cooking results. You can customize your settings using the operation keys +/- to adjust cooking time and temperature to achieve your preferred cooking results. * Sear/Saute - Flexible temperature settings makes it perfect for simmering, caramelizing and sauteing vegetables, and searing meat. Temperature ranges from 250~425°F [120~220°C], you can easily adjust the time from 5 minutes to 1 hour, with a default time of 30 minutes. * Bake - Prevents you from heating up your kitchen. Temperature ranges from 250~425°F [120~220°C], you can adjust the time from 10 minutes to 4 hour, with a default time of 1 hour. * Slow Cooker - Two temperature settings High (H) and Low (L) with the ability to set the cooking time from 30 minutes to 24 hours for both temperature levels and a default time of 4 and 6 hours respectively. * Power supply: 120V - 60Hz

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 08:38:10 -0500
  • Miami prosecutor probing MLK traffic incident as hate crime news

    MIAMI (AP) — A traffic incident in Miami involving a gun-wielding white man and a group of black bicyclists protesting housing inequality on Martin Luther King Day is being investigated as a possible hate crime, prosecutors said Tuesday.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 15:17:17 -0500
  • Ocasio Cortez: ‘The World is Going to End In Twelve Years If We Don’t Address Climate Change’ news

    “Millennials and people, you know, Gen Z and all these folks that will come after us are looking up and we’re like: ‘The world is gonna end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change and your biggest issue is how are we gonna pay for it?’” Ocasio-Cortez told interviewer Tanehisi Coates at an “MLK Now” event in New York. The timeline Ocasio-Cortez referenced was likely based on a U.N. backed report, released last year, that predicted the consequences of man-made climate change would become irreversible in twelve years if global carbon emissions are not immediately and dramatically reduced.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 10:05:17 -0500
  • GM Plant Workers Allege Racist Acts Continue Even After Lawsuits news

    It comes after years of racist language on the assembly line, scrawled slogans and swastikas on the restroom walls and nooses suspended in the workplace, as well as misogyny, according to the lawsuits. “GM downplays this and says it is a few isolated incidents, but it’s not,” said Michelle Vocht, a Michigan lawyer representing eight employees at the plant who are suing GM, alleging a hostile workplace. The company does take the complaints seriously, spokesman David Caldwell said.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 11:27:06 -0500
  • General Mills recalls bags of Gold Medal flour over salmonella concerns news

    General Mills is recalling 5-pound bags of Gold Medal Unbleached Flour. Only those with a better-if-used-by date of April 20, 2020, are affected.

    Thu, 24 Jan 2019 06:19:56 -0500
  • Brazil, US back Guaido as Venezuela's interim president news

    Brasília (AFP) - Brazil and the United States led several regional governments in backing the head of Venezuela's opposition-controlled parliament after he declared himself interim president Wednesday in open defiance of Nicolas Maduro. "Brazil recognizes Mr Juan Guiado as Venezuela's interim president," Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tweeted.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 14:58:55 -0500
  • No. 3 House Democrat floats possible $5.7 billion in border funding news

    The No. 3 Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday raised the possibility of approving $5.7 billion in funding to secure the U.S. border though various means but not by building a wall. Referring to Republican President Donald Trump's demand for $5.7 billion to build a barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. House Majority Whip James Clyburn told reporters, "We see ourselves fulfilling that request" with a "smart wall." The consideration comes as U.S. lawmakers this week seek to forge a path out of the partial government shutdown as it entered its 33rd day on Wednesday. Trump has said the $5.7 billion would be for the wall in addition to other funds for border security, and that he will not back any measure that does not include his long-promised barrier.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 10:59:39 -0500
  • Emiliano Sala: Rescuers give up hope of finding missing footballer alive as experts claim the plane was downed by ice news

    Rescuers searching for the £15 million Cardiff City footballer, Emiliano Sala, admitted they had given up hope last night, amid fears that his single engine aircraft had crashed into the English channel after the propeller became blocked with ice. The Argentinian born striker sent a message to relatives shortly before taking off expressing fears over the state of the 25-year-old aircraft, It has also emerged that the pilot, Dave Ibbotson, 60, had to abort three attempted takeoffs and had joked with friends that he was a "bit rusty" in the days before the doomed flight. The Piper PA-46 Malibu left Nantes airport in north west France at around 7.15pm on Monday evening and was on route to Cardiff, where Sala was looking forward to joining up with his new teammates. Just after an hour into the flight the pilot asked air traffic control to reduce altitude from 5,000 ft to 2,300 feet. But a short time later the Guernsey coastguard was alerted after the aircraft disappeared from radar screens. David Ibbotson was thought to be the pilot of the aircraft Aviation experts suggested the privately chartered single-engine aircraft should not have been risking the flight in the icy conditions. Alastair Rosenschein, a former pilot, said: "It's already a fairly risky crossing to do in a single engine aircraft, especially in winter and definitely at night. There are icing problems too. It's a strange thing to do though to go and fly over water with one engine at night in winter because if your engine goes you're going in the water". Mystery continued to surround who the owner of the £100 per hour aircraft was, with Cardiff City insisting Sala had rejected their offer of a commercial flight, in favour of sorting out his own arrangements. A source at the club said they had launched an investigation to find out why their record breaking signing had gambled with his life on the "risky" Channel crossing. Neil Warnock took his players on a sombre first training session since the tragedy on Wednesday. Players and staff were described by one source as feeling "absolutely terrible" and "in the dark" about the circumstances of Sala's flight arrangements. Sala, who had been in prolific goal scoring form for Nantes in recent months, had been a dream signing for the club. Willie McKay, a well-known agent, was reported to have played a part in negotiating the club's record-breaking deal, but he told The Telegraph he had nothing to do with Sala's flight. He told The Telegraph: "I have had family members ringing me about this and it's just not true. None of it." Fans have left scarves and flowers at the Cardiff City stadium  The aircraft, which was built in 1984, is registered in the United States rather than Britain through a company based in Norfolk. The firm, Southern Aircraft Consultancy, charges owners around £500 pounds per year to register their aircraft with the Federal Aviation Authority, which means it is harder for the owners to be identified. Three years ago the Piper aircraft, which can carry six passengers, was delivered to the UK from Spain by a British pilot called, David Henderson. Emiliano Sala timeline He told the BBC at the time of the dangers of flying single engine aircraft over water. He said: "One of the problems we can encounter is that ice can build up on the surfaces of the aircraft, on the propeller and on the wings and if is gets too great then ultimately the aeroplane would stop flying and the only way in most of the aeroplanes we fly of getting rid of ice is to descend into warmer air and the ice will dissipate." Missing light aircraft over the English Channel Guernsey Police said rescue workers had launched three aircraft and one helicopter in a bid to find the missing plane. The aircraft scanned 280 sq miles of a target area after reviewing tidal and weather information, while coastal areas around Alderney and off-lying rocks and islands were also examined. But the search was called off on Wednesday evening with local police saying they would take a decision whether to resume the search on Thursday morning. However experienced rescuers warned there was "no hope" of finding the missing pair. A tearful Horacio Sala, father of the footballer, speaks during an interview outside his home in Progreso, Argentina Credit: AP Photo/Mauricio Garin John Fitzgerald, Chief officer of Channel Islands Air Search, said "even the most fit person" would only last a few hours in the water. Mr Fitzgerald said: "Sadly, I really don't think, personally, there is any hope. At this time of year the conditions out there are pretty horrendous if you are actually in the water." Sala had taken flown in the aircraft from Cardiff to Nantes on Saturday evening after finalising his move to the Premier League club. He had wanted to say goodbye to friends and former colleagues at the French club before embarking on his new career at Cardiff. But he had told friends he was worried about the return flight because the outbound trip had been "bumpy". Mr Ibbotson, a highly experienced pilot, from the village of Crowle near Scunthorpe, had joked with friends on social media that he was a "a bit rusty with the ILS", thought to be a reference to the aircraft's Instrument Landing System. Shortly before take off, Sala also sent a WhatsApp voice message to family saying he was "so scared". Media in Argentina reported he said: "I'm on a plane that looks like it's going to fall apart."

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 11:51:13 -0500
  • This Kid Asked Each Car Company to Send Him A Decal. They Sent a Lot More Than That. news

    Way to go, car companies.

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 15:44:00 -0500
  • The Latest: PG&E objects to judge's proposals on fire risk

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Latest on proposals by a U.S. judge aimed at preventing Pacific Gas & Electric Co. equipment from causing any wildfires in 2019 (all times local):

    Wed, 23 Jan 2019 15:57:01 -0500
  • Every Angle of the Aston Martin Valkyrie

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    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 23:58:00 -0500
  • Three dead from separate avalanches in Colorado and New Mexico news

    Two deaths have been confirmed in the US after two separate avalanches in Colorado and New Mexico trapped skiers in crushing snow this week and last. Authorities in Aspen, Colorado confirmed the most recent death on Monday, which happened to be the same day that relatives of a New Mexico avalanche victim announced their loss. A second victim of the New Mexico avalanche had already been reported.

    Tue, 22 Jan 2019 15:22:39 -0500
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