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  • Georgia senator now says Trump 'did not use that word' news

    Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., said that President Trump never used crass language referring to Haiti and African nations during a closed-door meeting earlier this week.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 11:08:07 -0500
  • Pastor Blasts Trump's 'Shithole' Comments In Front Of Mike Pence news

    Vice President Mike Pence reportedly got an earful at church on Sunday, when a pastor blasted President Donald Trump’s reported disparagement of Haiti and African countries.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 19:05:02 -0500
  • Officials Warned Jared Kushner About Friendship With Wendi Deng Murdoch: Report news

    U.S. officials warned Jared Kushner earlier this year that his friendship with Wendi Deng Murdoch could be used as a conduit by the Chinese government, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 18:27:45 -0500
  • Stealth and Speed: America's SR-71 Blackbird Might Be Old (But Still the World's Fastest Plane) news

    The Blackbird’s design reflected the fact that it was pushing the limits. The SR-71’s J58 engines could only start through use of two vehicle-mounted V8 starter engines, and the triethylborane used in the fuel would belch green flames during ignition. The J58s would switch to a partial ramjet mode at high speeds, such that the SR-71 actually became more fuel efficient when it went faster.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 19:30:00 -0500
  • Family laughs off epic Photoshop fail that left them looking like cartoon characters as sceptics cry fake news

    There have been any number of PhotoShop controversies over the years, from the almost routine retouching of images of models to photojournalists being caught doctoring their war footage. But this must be the most bizarre - if the pictures are to be believed. "Ok. This is NOT a joke. We paid a photographer, who claimed to be a professional, $2-250 for a family photo shoot," writes Pam and Dave Zaring in a Facebook post.  "Please see these FOR REAL photos she delivered to us...." The finished product must have come as something of a shock. Far from beautiful portraits of her family, the photos came out looking like something from a horror show. The photographer said the shadows caused problems on such a sunny day Credit: Facebook Imagine the plain features of a Sims family... only covered over in paper. The Zarings said the photographer had a ready explanation. "She said the shadows were really bad on the beautiful, clear, sunny day and that her professor never taught her to retouch photos," they wrote. At least they could see the funny side to their family being portrayed as cartoonish figures. "I literally have not laughed this hard in YEARS!!!!! You can't make this stuff up," they added with a cheery invitation to share the pictures. The photographer said she had never been taught how to retouch images Credit: Facebook The images have now been shared almost 400,000 times, setting off a viral discussion about whether they are fakes or if they might actually be real. Plenty of people expressed scepticism in the comments section with some suggesting it was some kind of marketing ploy. “This is not real,” wrote one. The couple insisted it was true and that they had a long battle to see the finished product. “This is not a joke. This is legitimately the final product I received in the mail yesterday," they wrote. "I passed my furious mark months ago when she wouldn’t send us anything. I was fully prepared to be scammed, money gone, and no final product!" The family's local newspaper, The St Louis Post-Dispatch, said it contacted the photographer involved who declined to discuss the images. The buzz even inspired one photography expert to offer an online tutorial in retouching to get the same effect.  

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 18:50:29 -0500
  • Chinese 'rainbow dinosaur' had iridescent feathers like hummingbirds

    Scientists on Monday announced the discovery of a crow-sized, bird-like dinosaur with colorful feathers from northeastern China that lived 161 million years ago during the Jurassic Period. Microscopic structures in the exquisitely preserved, nearly complete fossil unearthed in Hebei Province indicated that it boasted iridescent feathers, particularly on its head, neck and chest, with colors that shimmered and shifted in the light, like those of hummingbirds. The discovery "suggests a more colorful Jurassic World than we previously imagined," said evolutionary biologist Chad Eliason of the Field Museum in Chicago, one of the researchers in the study published in the journal Nature Communications.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 05:22:39 -0500
  • The Latest: Missing man found safe after California mudslide news

    MONTECITO, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on deadly California mudslides (all times local):

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 18:35:05 -0500
  • Car Flies Into Second Floor Of Building And Stays There news

    A cheesy action-film director couldn’t have staged this any better.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 06:41:05 -0500
  • Airbus to scrap A380 programme if no new orders news

    Airbus will have no other choice but to halt the A380 programe if Dubai's Emirates airline does not place another order, the European aerospace giant's sales director, John Leahy, told a news conference on Monday. Originally launched in 2007, the A380 is the world's largest passenger airliner. Orders from Emirates, the main customer of the superjumbo, have stalled over the past two years.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:32:05 -0500
  • Here's What The FBI Lovers' Secret Texts Actually Say About Trump, Clinton And Leaks news

    WASHINGTON ― Last week, a story by The Hill’s John Solomon set off another firestorm in the conservative media about the ongoing special counsel investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 20:16:00 -0500
  • 3 Arrested After The Wrong Woman Was Killed In Murder-For-Hire Plot news

    She was the intended target's co-worker.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 13:41:30 -0500
  • Martin Luther King Jr.

    King was a Baptist minister, activist, humanitarian, and civil rights leader who practiced peaceful, nonviolent civil disobedience to protest racial inequality. In 1964, King received the Nobel Peace Prize for combating racial inequality through nonviolent resistance.

    Sun, 15 Jan 2017 06:00:51 -0500
  • A casino shuttle boat caught fire Sunday in Florida, forcing the evacuation of dozens of passengers news

    Officials said passengers were "lucky" the burning boat was close to shore.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 19:33:52 -0500
  • Protesters Trash South African H&M Stores Over Racist Ad news

    Clothing retail chain H&M temporarily closed several of its South African stores this weekend after protests erupted over a racist image on the Swedish company’s website.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 16:10:31 -0500
  • Philippine online news site critical of Duterte ordered shut

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine securities commission has revoked the registration of an online news outfit known for its critical reporting on President Rodrigo Duterte, a move media watchdogs said is an act to muzzle the free press.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 09:29:30 -0500
  • 12,000 flee as Philippines warns of volcano eruption news

    The crater of a rumbling Philippine volcano was glowing bright red Monday, with vulcanologists warning it could erupt within days, sending thousands fleeing from their homes. Volcanic earthquakes and rockfalls have shaken the summit of Mayon over the last 24 hours, after a number of steam-driven eruptions, scientists said. More than 12,000 people have been ordered to leave a seven-kilometre (four-mile) evacuation zone, and there are warnings of destructive mudflows and toxic clouds. "It is dangerous for families to stay in that radius and inhale ash," Claudio Yucot, head of the region's office of civil defence, told AFP. "Because of continuous rains in past weeks, debris deposited in the slopes of Mayon could lead to lahar flows. If rain does not stop it could be hazardous." Clouds of ash engulf the volcano in Legazpi Credit: Reuters The volcano, a near-perfect cone, sits around 330 kilometres southwest of Manila. Steam-driven eruptions and rockfalls began over the weekend, and the crater began glowing on Sunday evening, in what the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said was a sign of the growth of a new lava dome. The Mayon volcano's crater glows, as it is pictured from Daraga, Albay, the Philippines Credit: Reuters Experts fear a major eruption could trigger pyroclastic flows - superheated gas and volcanic debris that race down the slopes at high speeds, incinerating or vaporizing everything in their path. More extensive explosions of ash could drift toward nearby towns and cities, including Legazpi city, the provincial capital, about 9 miles (15 kilometers) away. An archive photo of the Mayon volcano when not at risk of eruption  Credit: AFP Lava last flowed out of Mayon in 2014 when 63,000 people fled. "We think the lava now is more fluid than in 2014. This means the flow can reach further down (the slopes) at a faster rate," Phivolcs head Renato Solidum told AFP. "We see similarity with eruptions where the first phase of the activity started with lava flow and culminated in an explosive or hazardous part. That's what we are trying to monitor and help people avoid." At a glance | Deadliest volcanic eruptions The 2,460-metre (8,070-foot) Mayon, has a long history of deadly eruptions. Despite having erupted about 50 times in the last 500 years, the volcano is popular with climbers and tourists. Four foreign tourists and their local tour guide were killed when Mayon last erupted, in May 2013. The Mayon volcano during an eruption back in 2006 Credit:  CHERYL RAVELO/Reuters In 1814 more than 1,200 people were killed when lava flows buried the town of Cagsawa. An explosion in August 2006 did not directly kill anyone, but four months later a typhoon unleashed an avalanche of volcanic mud from Mayon's slopes that claimed 1,000 lives.  

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 00:39:14 -0500
  • In Chile, pope met with protests, passion and skepticism news

    SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Pope Francis flew in to Chile's capital Monday night for a visit expected to be met with protests over sexual abuse by priests and confronted by many Chileans deeply skeptical about the Roman Catholic Church.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 18:54:00 -0500
  • Celebrities React To The Death Of Dolores O'Riordan, Lead Singer Of The Cranberries news

    Celebrities reacted with a mix of shock and sadness after the sudden death of Dolores O’Riordan, the lead singer of popular ’90s band The Cranberries.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 13:29:38 -0500
  • Citing Court Order, Trump Administration Resumes Accepting DACA Renewal Applications news

    Days after a federal judge in California temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s efforts to pull the plug on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, the federal government said on Saturday that it would ― “until further notice” ― resume accepting renewal applications for the program.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 03:19:58 -0500
  • Passenger plane skids off runway in Turkey's Trabzon Airport

    A plane with 168 people aboard skidded off a runway onto a seaside cliff after landing at an airport in northern Turkey at the weekend, but no one was injured in what one passenger called a “miracle”. The Pegasus Airlines flight had taken off smoothly from the capital Ankara bound for Trabzon, where the accident occurred as the plane was landing late Saturday. “There was panic, people shouting, screaming,” one of the passengers, Fatma Gordu, told state-run Anadolu news agency.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 12:47:46 -0500
  • China absence looms over Canada meeting on how to pressure North Korea

    By David Ljunggren VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Foreign ministers from around 20 nations gather on Tuesday to discuss how to curb North Korea's nuclear ambitions through diplomatic and financial pressure, but China, seen as a key player in any long-term solution, will be absent. The Vancouver meeting, co-hosted by Canada and the United States, comes amid signs that tensions on the peninsula have eased, at least temporarily. North and South Korea held talks for the first time in two years last week and Pyongyang says it will send athletes across the border to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 16:08:25 -0500
  • Texas Man Charged With Capital Murder In Adopted Daughter's Death news

    A Texas man has been charged with capital murder in the death of his 3-year-old adoptive daughter, who was found to have died from “homicidal violence.”

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 11:46:09 -0500
  • Iran Releases Hundreds of Anti-Government Protesters From Detention, Officials Say news

    At least 25 people have reportedly been killed during the recent unrest

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 09:41:35 -0500
  • Platform Sofas Are the New Platform Beds news

    Sophisticated + obscenely comfy = a winning combination

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 08:00:00 -0500
  • UAE accuses Qatar of 'intercepting' 2 passenger planes news

    The United Arab Emirates accused neighbouring Qatar of "intercepting" two Emirati passenger planes en route to Bahrain on Monday in the latest incident between the Gulf rivals. Qatar denied the allegations as "totally baseless" and hit back that they came "one day after a C-130 UAE military aircraft breached Qatari airspace". Tensions have escalated in the Gulf since Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt cut all ties with Qatar in June, accusing it of supporting Islamist extremists and being too close to Saudi Arabia's arch-rival, Iran.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 15:02:33 -0500
  • Earthquake in Peru destroys dozens of homes, kills 1 man news

    LIMA, Peru (AP) — A powerful earthquake struck off Peru's coast early Sunday, tumbling adobe homes in small, rural towns, killing at least one person and injuring dozens, officials said.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 21:59:34 -0500
  • Warning over alarming 'Tide Pod Challenge' detergent eating YouTube trend news

    An alarming new trend involving teenagers eating detergent capsules and posting the videos on YouTube could  “put them in danger”, health officials have warned.   The concerning 'Tide Pod Challenge' phenomenon has spread across social media since the turn of the year. Teenagers have filmed themselves biting into Tide laundry detergent capsules, with some of the videos racking up more than 100,000 hits before being removed by YouTube. The first mention of the 'Tide Pod Challenge' on YouTube dates back to June 2014, while parody website The Onion followed this up with a satirical op-ed about the pods in 2015. A video by CollegeHumor titled ‘Don't Eat the Laundry Pods’ posted in March 2017 has been viewed more than three million times and towards the end of last year it spread into a popular meme. Tide Pod Challenge: The Viral Challenge Encouraging Teens To Eat Laundry Detergent. @StahlCBS3 reports:— CBS Philly (@CBSPhilly) January 12, 2018 There has been a spike in the number of cases of detergent pod ingestion in the first two weeks of 2018 reported to the American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC). Health officials have warned the capsules contain “highly concentrated toxic contents” which can cause vomiting, diarrhea and in worst case scenarios, breathing difficulties. “Teens trying to be funny are now putting themselves in danger by ingesting this poisonous substance,” Ann Marie Buerkle, from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, told Good Morning America. Some YouTube creators say their videos about the Tide Pod Challenge have been removed for violating the platform’s rules. “Why did my video on kids doing the ‘Tide Pod Challenge’ get taken down and striked when there are millions of compilations of kids eating them?” questioned user Niksfinity. A spokesperson for Procter & Gamble, Tide’s parent company, said: “Our laundry pacs are a highly concentrated detergent meant to clean clothes, and they’re used safely in millions of households every day. “They should be only used to clean clothes and kept up, closed and away from children. “They should not be played with, whatever the circumstance is, even if it is meant as a joke.” Eight deaths as a result of eating detergent pods were reported from 2012 to early 2017 in the US, involving six adults suffering from dementia and two children. In 2013, a seven-month-old boy from Florida died after biting into a laundry pod. Members of the public seeking specific information on poisons should contact the NHS 111 service or call 999 if a person is showing signs of being seriously ill. The extreme lengths YouTubers go to for viral fame

    Sat, 13 Jan 2018 11:23:33 -0500
  • Haitians In Florida Protest Trump's 'Shithole' Comments, Demand Apology news

    Members of the Haitian community in South Florida gathered Monday to protest President Donald Trump’s comments about immigrants from “shithole” countries.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 15:17:44 -0500
  • Ford Ranger Returns for 2019: Pickup Aims to Be Commuter-Friendly Workhorse news

    A lot has happened in the midsized-pickup market since Ford stopped selling the Ranger in the U.S. in 2011. Chevrolet scored robust sales with its second-generation Colorado. Honda reintroduced t...

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 16:18:04 -0500
  • Saudi Prince Alwaleed in settlement talks with government: sources

    By Rania El Gamal and Stephen Kalin DUBAI/JEDDAH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, detained for over two months in an anti-corruption crackdown, is negotiating a possible settlement with authorities but so far has not agreed on terms, a senior Saudi official said. Prince Alwaleed, whose net worth has been estimated by Forbes magazine at $17 billion, is chairman and owner of international investment firm Kingdom Holding , and one of the country's most prominent businessmen. A second source familiar with Prince Alwaleed's case told Reuters on Saturday that the price had offered to make a "donation" to the Saudi government, which would avoid any admission of wrongdoing, and to do so from assets of his own choosing.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 05:22:19 -0500
  • Shelter Makes Tinder Profile for 3-Year-Old Dog Struggling to Get Adopted news

    He has been at the shelter for more than two years.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 10:44:42 -0500
  • Erdogan: we will 'strangle' U.S.-backed force in Syria "before it's even born"

    By Ellen Francis and Ezgi Erkoyun BEIRUT/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's Tayyip Erdogan threatened on Monday to "strangle" a planned 30,000-strong U.S.-backed force in Syria "before it's even born," as Washington's backing for Kurdish fighters drove a wedge into relations with one of its main Middle East allies. The United States announced its support on Sunday for plans for a "border force" to defend territory held by U.S.-backed, Kurdish-led fighters in northern Syria. The Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad responded on Monday by vowing to crush the new force and drive U.S. troops from the country.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:38:53 -0500
  • Selena Gomez's Mom Says She's 'Not Happy' Her Daughter Is Back With Justin Bieber news

    Selena Gomez’s mother and former manager, Mandy Teefey, is “not happy” the singer has recently rekindled her romance with Justin Bieber, Teefey told celebrity site Gossip Cop.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 15:42:57 -0500
  • Chelsea Manning confirms US Senate run news

    NORTH BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — Chelsea Manning on Sunday confirmed via Twitter that she is a candidate for U.S. Senate.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 10:54:03 -0500
  • Volkswagen reports record global car sales in 2017 news

    Volkswagen said Sunday that its namesake brand sold more vehicles worldwide in 2017 than ever before, a sign it is recovering from a bruising emissions-cheating scandal three years ago. "We finished 2017 with the best performance ever for Volkswagen," Herbert Diess, chairman of the board of management of the Volkswagen passenger cars brand, said Sunday night at the Detroit Auto Show. Other countries with strong gains in terms of percentages included the United States, Russia and Brazil, although all of these countries are much smaller markets for VW than China.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 02:56:17 -0500
  • Rand Paul Says Calling Trump 'A Racist' Hurts Immigration Talks news

    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says politicians and members of the media who call President Donald Trump “a racist” are imperiling a potential immigration deal between Democratic and Republican lawmakers.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 13:12:40 -0500
  • CAIR Exec: What American Muslims Can Do Today With Dr. King’s Lessons news

    Coordination is key

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 09:39:11 -0500
  • Today's Toilets Use Less Water and Make Less Noise news

    From space age–looking models to new technologies that greatly improve water efficiency, the latest toilets on display at the recent International Builders’ Show featured all kinds of innovations...

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 06:00:06 -0500
  • Iceland's incredible, ever-changing ice caves

    The photographer captured the amazing shots in the Vatnajokull National Park on the Breidamerkurjokull glacier tongue. Matej said: “One of the ice caves has been well known for few years already, but new ones appeared on east side of the glacier tongue this year.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 05:00:34 -0500
  • Myanmar, Bangladesh meet amid doubts about Rohingya repatriation plan

    By Krishna N. Das, Serajul Quadir and Simon Lewis DHAKA/YANGON (Reuters) - Hamid Hussain, a 71-year-old Rohingya Muslim farmer, first fled Myanmar for Bangladesh in 1992. Officials from Myanmar and Bangladesh meet on Monday to discuss how to implement another deal, signed on Nov. 23, on the return of more than 650,000 Rohingya who have escaped an army crackdown since late August.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 03:37:04 -0500
  • Lindsay Lohan Says Past Relationships With Women Were Part Of 'Living In L.A.' news

    Lindsay Lohan may be single, but she’s not looking to mingle.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 18:27:41 -0500
  • Venezuelan police surround fugitive chopper attack pilot news

    Oscar Perez, a rogue helicopter pilot who vanished last year after dropping grenades on Venezuela's Supreme Court, said Monday he and his companions were surrounded and pinned down by police marksmen. "They are firing at us with grenade launchers. Perez, a former elite police officer, is seen with other men in one of the videos, some of them armed.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 09:54:30 -0500
  • Egypt's leader seeks to defuse tension with Sudan, Ethiopia news

    CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's president on Monday sought to defuse tensions with Ethiopia and Sudan, reassuring them that his country was not meddling in their internal affairs or planning to go to war against them.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:30:21 -0500
  • Driver charged after going wrong way at high speed on Interstate: Police news

    A Connecticut officer's dashcam video shows a wrong-way driver traveling northbound at high speed in the southbound lanes of Interstate 95, police said.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 12:34:22 -0500
  • Russia condemns Trump's threats to withdraw from Iran nuclear deal news

    Russia's foreign minister has condemned Donald Trump's threats to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, arguing that the United States' reckless actions are destabilising the Middle East, Ukraine and the Korean peninsula. Speaking at an annual press briefing, Sergei Lavrov said Russia, Europe and China had warned the United States of the “harmfulness of such a step, of its unpredictable consequences”. “We will keep trying to make the United States acknowledge reality. And the reality is that Iran is fulfilling all its obligations” under the nuclear deal, he said.  On Friday, Mr Trump waived US sanctions on Iran for another 60 days, leaving in place the nuclear deal signed by Barack Obama. But he said it would be the last time he would waive them and said Europe and America must must “fix the deal's disastrous flaws, or the United States will withdraw”. At the same time, he raised pressure on Iran by announcing separate sanctions against 14 Iranian individuals and companies for human rights abuses. Mr Lavrov called these new sanctions an “attack” on Iran, a longstanding Russian ally, and said Mr Trump's actions were “deplorable”. Donald Trump speaks at the White House last week Credit: Evan Vucci/AP Photo The foreign minister also argued that the collapse of the Iran deal could discourage North Korea from engaging in talks about its own nuclear weapons programme. Healso  castigated military exercises held by the United States, South Korea and Japan last month. “The US is almost openly talking about the inevitability of military action (on the Korean peninsula) even though everyone recognizes the disastrous consequences of such a path,” he said. Russia and China weren't invited to North Korea talks in Vancouver this week, he sniffed, calling the US-Canadian initiative “harmful”.  Meanwhile, North and South Korean officials met on Monday to discuss plans for the recently agreed participation of the North in the Pyeongchang Olympics next month. Mr Lavrov devoted much of the two-and-a-half-hour press conference to the evils of US “exceptionalism” and its failure to “listen to the opinions of other centres of world politics”.  Mr Lavrov meets Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Moscow last week Credit: Russian Foreign Ministry Press Office/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images Although the foreign minister was photographed last spring laughing with Mr Trump and Sergei Kislyak, the ambassador at the centre of the collusion investigation, relations have only grown more strained since then. Russia's ban from the Pyeongchang games and the new US sanctions expected in 2018 showed the “fear of honest competition,” Mr Lavrov said. Washington was, along with the Kiev government, prolonging the conflict in eastern Ukraine, as well as undermining the peace process in Syria, he argued. Mr Lavrov blamed rebels for an uptick in violence outside Damascus that has killed least 85 civilians since the start of the year and claimed all Russian-Syrian military operations there were retaliatory. Batting away the lone question from a US news outlet about whether he regretted Mr Trump's election win, the long-serving diplomat dwelled on queries from friendlier countries. One particularly desperate journalist even waved a flashing traffic wand light in the air, but was not called upon. A journalist waves a flashing traffic wand light in a futile attempt to ask a question of Mr Lavrov Credit: Valery Sharifulin/TASS via Getty Images  

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:49:32 -0500
  • VW unveils all-new Jetta in Detroit but drops it from European markets news

    One example is the all-new Volkswagen Jetta that's just been unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Although it's a huge deal for the American market as the Jetta is the brand's biggest-selling car over there, it's also been announced the Jetta is being dropped completely from European markets. The headline news about the 2019 Jetta is the fact it's now being built on the MQB platform that already underpins models as diverse as the Atlas and the Golf.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 10:51:28 -0500
  • Martin Luther King Day 2018: Nine quotes from the civil rights leader that still resonate today news

    More than three decades have passed since Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday became a national holiday across America. Initially President Reagan resisted plans to make King’s birthday a public holiday, arguing it would lead to other groups and leaders to seek similar concessions. Republicans also claimed they were concerned King had an ‘inappropriate' sexual past and links to communism.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 06:48:00 -0500
  • 2019 Hyundai Veloster N: This Is Hyundai's Hottest Ever Hatch news

    The second-gen Veloster gains a more credible high-performance variant.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 10:30:00 -0500
  • Chevrolet's Big Bet: The Larger, Lighter 2019 Silverado Pickup Truck news

    The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado unveiling was arguably the most important event of this year’s Detroit auto show. The Silverado is not only General Motors’ best-selling vehicle but also the second b...

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:56:54 -0500
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