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  • Don't Let Dishonest Don Erase Honest Abe news

    Michael Wolff’s blistering account of the Trump administration’s first year, Fire and Fury, prompted what has now become the president’s routine response to anyone who criticizes him.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 05:45:56 -0500
  • Photos of the week: 1/12 - 1/19 news

    A house of horrors was discovered in Perris, California at the start of the week.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 15:17:19 -0500
  • Delta issues new rules on emotional support animals news

    After the airline said it saw a spike in animal incidents, passengers must now provide documentation for their pet to the airline within 48 hours of their flight.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 11:05:57 -0500
  • Car plows into crowd along Brazil’s Copacabana beach, killing baby

    A car plowed into a crowd on Rio de Janeiro's tourist-packed Copacabana seaside promenade, killing a baby and injuring more than a dozen people.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 10:56:02 -0500
  • This Flu Season Is The Worst Possible Time For A Government Shutdown news

    Flu cases are continuing to rise in the U.S., with some states, such as California, seeing record numbers of patients seeking medical attention.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 20:52:51 -0500
  • Texas judge pushes jury for acquittal in child trafficking case, saying God told him to do it news

    District judge Jack Robison interrupted jurors’ deliberations to say they should not convict 32-year-old Gloria Elizabeth Romero Perez. Judge Robison then reportedly recused himself for the remainder of proceedings. Perez, of Buda, Texas, was convicted anyway on one count of continuous traffic of a person and jailed for 25 years, the site said.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 11:26:00 -0500
  • Trump Appointee Carl Higbie Resigns Following Offensive Comments news

    Carl Higbie, the chief of external affairs for the Corporation for National and Community Service, resigned Thursday after CNN unearthed a litany of offensive and discriminatory remarks he’d made on various radio segments.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 06:03:23 -0500
  • Googe CEO: A.I. more important to humanity than fire, electricity news

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai discusses the importance of developing artificial intelligence and why it’s good that humanity is concerned about its development.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 10:04:42 -0500
  • Apostrophes trip up Kazakhstan's move away from Russian alphabet news

    Kazakhstan's quarter-century struggle to assert its autonomy from former overlord Russia has hit an unlikely snag: the lowly apostrophe.  A vast but sparsely populated country wedged between Russia and China, Kazakhstan came under the rule of its northern neighbour as Russia and Britain jostled for control of Central Asia in the Great Game. It also came under its linguistic influence, and to this day, many Kazakhs speak more Russian than their Turkic native tongue.  This became especially concerning after Russian state media, which remain popular in Kazakhstan, helped whip up Russian-speaking separatists to fight government forces in Ukraine in 2014. In April, Kazakhstan's president of 27 years, Nursultan Nazarbayev, ordered the government to prepare a new Kazakh alphabet based on Latin characters and ditch the one based on Russia's Cyrillic script, which the Soviets implemented in 1940. He has said this will give Kazakhstan “real independence” and help it join the “information world”. But a cumbersome version of the new alphabet chosen by Mr Nazarbayev last autumn has sparked rare dissent in this authoritarian country due to its ample apostrophes. Of 32 letters in the alphabet, nine are written with an apostrophe. Mr Nazarbayev meets with Vladimir Putin in December. He has tried to gently assert Kazakhstan's independence from its former overlord Credit: Alexander Nemenov/Pool Photo via AP An “against apostrophes” hashtag soon appeared on social media. So did a “No to Kazakh Latinisation with apostrophes!” petition in October, which was briefly blocked. Film director Saken Zholdas made a video explaining how inconvenient the apostrophes were.  “With this decision, we are unintentionally, or maybe intentionally, killing the brand of Kazakh language once and for all,” he said. The problem lies in the need to differentiate related but distinct Kazakh sounds, such as a long and short “a,” or consonants similar to “s” and “sh”.  Setting them apart with an apostrophe allows the alphabet to be typed on a standard Latin keyboard, but also produces odd flurries of punctuation and many eyesore words. For instance, the word for “bottle,” pronounced “shisha,” is written “s'i's'a”, while “east,” pronounced “shyghys,” becomes “s'yg'ys”. Those are hardly the worst: The word for “skier” will be “s'an'g'ys'y” and that for “crucial” will be “s'es'u's'i”. The Republic of Kazakhstan will be written “Qazaqstan Respy’bli’kasy”. The palace of peace and reconciliation designed by Norman Foster in Astana, Kazakhstan Credit: Sergei Bobylev/\TASS via Getty Images Some have speculated that Mr Nazarbayev picked the apostrophes to keep Kazakh distinct from the Latinised alphabets of other Turkic languages and placate Russia, which since Soviet times has feared pan-Turkic movements along its southern border.  “The guy just liked it, and since our country is this way, no one in government can tell the president no,” Aidos Sarym, a political analyst who previously served on a state working group on Latinisation, told The Telegraph.  Last month, Mr Nazarbayev said while the new apostrophes had caused “much discussion,” this version was the right one because it suited computer keyboards.  But at the same time it complicates web searches and social media hashtags, where an apostrophe between letters splits them into separate words.  “From a technical point of view, apostrophes create more problems than they solve,” said political analyst Dosym Satpayev. Mr Nazarbayev appears with Donald Trump in the White House on Tuesday. He has tried to balance relations with the United States, Russia and China Credit: Olivier Douliery/Pool via Bloomberg In his video, Mr Zholdas suggested replacing the apostrophes with accent marks over the nine letters in question, a move he said could be supported by 70 per cent of computer fonts. Despite the defence of his version in December, Mr Nazarbayev also said there was still time to “work with the new alphabet” before the country switches over fully in 2025, giving hope that he could eventually relax his stance. “He wants to go into history … as the father of the new Latin Kazakh alphabet,” Mr Sarym said. “You can choose any version and let it be called the Nazarbayev version, but do it right so there aren't problems now, and so that tomorrow we won't have to do an upgrade.”

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 09:35:37 -0500
  • Cable News Chyrons Tell The Bizarre Story Of Trump's First Year In Office news

    Donald Trump has officially completed one full year as president, and holy moly what a year it’s been.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 17:18:14 -0500
  • Mattis unveils new National Defense strategy news

    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis released the National Defense Strategy today that focuses on China and Russia as the biggest challenges to the U.S.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 11:43:04 -0500
  • Meteorite hunters find first fragments of Michigan meteor news

    DETROIT (AP) — Meteorite hunters who flocked to Detroit from across the U.S. after a meteor exploded are finding the fragments.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 15:33:16 -0500
  • China Wants Missile Defenses To Stop India (And Kill Satellites) news

    India conducted a successful test of its most advanced intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), a nuclear-capable Agni-5, on Thursday, underscoring a potential threat to China as well as Pakistan. China is also within range of nuclear-armed North Korean missiles and Japan is mulling whether it should develop similar capabilities.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 07:28:00 -0500
  • Deported Man's Wife Will Be State Of The Union Guest news

    Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) was so moved by the story of Jorge Garcia, a 39-year-old man deported to Mexico this week after living most of his life in the U.S., that she plans to bring his wife Cindy Garcia as her plus-one guest to the 2018 State of the Union address.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 06:15:03 -0500
  • Thai police arrest 'kingpin' in Asian wildlife trafficking news

    Thai police have arrested an alleged kingpin in Asia's illegal trade in endangered species, dealing a blow to a family-run syndicate that smuggles elephant ivory, rhino horn and tiger parts to Chinese and Vietnamese dealers. Boonchai Bach, 40, a Vietnamese national with Thai citizenship, was arrested on Friday evening over the smuggling of 14 rhino horns worth around $1 million from Africa to Thailand.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 04:18:32 -0500
  • How a government shutdown will affect you news

    If the government shuts down, all active-duty troops keep working, as well as other essential staff, like TSA screeners and the FBI. Unlike Congress, however, they will not be paid.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 10:50:06 -0500
  • Mom Of Racist-Ranting Alabama Student Says She Didn't Raise Her That Way news

    The mother of a University of Alabama student who received national scorn for her racist rants on video said she agreed with the school’s decision to expel her daughter.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 08:13:58 -0500
  • Classmate speaks out about California ‘House of Horrors’ victim news

    A classmate of one of the victims who attended community college says the Turpin son was very thin and always in the same clothing.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 11:03:27 -0500
  • Trump Is Scared Of Sharks And 10 Other Things Stormy Daniels Revealed news

    In Touch magazine printed its full 2011 interview with former adult film actress Stephanie Clifford on Friday.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 13:21:35 -0500
  • Tourists in Jamaica Warned Not to Leave Resorts Due to Violent Crime news

    There's been a string of violent crimes in Montego Bay

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 14:01:33 -0500
  • N.Korea cancels S.Korea visit by advance team for art troupe news

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Friday abruptly canceled plans to send a delegation led by the head of a hugely popular girl band to South Korea over the weekend to check preparations for a trip by a North Korean art troupe she also leads during next month's Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 11:40:50 -0500
  • 'Leaning Out': Aerial photography by Jeffrey Milstein

    Jeffrey Milstein’s overhead images of ports, train yards, airports, parking lots, and cityscapes, reveal harmonious symmetries invisible during daily life yet still somehow familiar.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 13:48:50 -0500
  • Turkey says it will press ahead with all out attack on Kurdish held city of Afrin in Syria news

    Turkey said Friday that it would press ahead with a full scale assault on a Kurdish enclave in northern Syria despite pleas from the US to hold back.  Ankara has been threatening for days to send its forces into Afrin, a Syrian district near the Turkish border controlled by Kurdish forces who are allied with the US but mortal enemies of Turkey.  Turkish troops shelled the area on Friday and said it was moving units of commandos near the border as well as mobilising pro-Turkish Syrian rebel groups for the attack. “This operation will take place; the terror organisation will be cleansed,” said Nurettin Canikli, Turkey’s defence minister. "The operation has actually de facto started with cross border shelling.” Mr Canikli said Syrian opposition fighters would lead the attack with the support of Turkish ground forces.  Graphic: Areas of control in Syria As of Friday night, an all out ground invasion did not yet appear to be underway. Turkey has in the past promised a major incursion into northern Syria but pulled back at the last minute.  Turkey’s apparent willingness to press ahead with the attack, despite American objections, illustrates the dire state of relations between Washington and Ankara.  Turkey has long fumed over America’s decision to ally itself with the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil).  The US has found the Kurds to be effective allies against the jihadists but Turkey accuses them of carrying out terrorist attacks against Turks.  Turkish anger reached boiling point this week after US officials said they were helping the YPG to train a 30,000 strong “border force” that would patrol the Syrian side of the Turkish border. Rex Tillerson, the US secretary of state, hastily tried to ease tensions, insisting that it had been a mistake to call the unit a “border force” but his words have so far done little to appease the Turks.  The potential Turkish offensive is complicated by the presence of Russian troops in Afrin. Turkish state media reported that Russian soldiers had evacuated ahead of the offensive but the YPG said they remained in place.   Turkish military and intelligence chiefs travelled to Moscow this week to discuss the operation with their Russian counterparts. The Syrian regime warned that any Turkish offensive would be considered "aggressive act” an that Syrian forces would attack Turkish aircraft.  But the regime has often issued such warnings to the myriad of foreign militaries operating inside Syria without then acting on them.   

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 13:00:15 -0500
  • Donald Trump's 'Screaming' Face On A Newspaper Stack Gets The Funniest Reworking news

    A photo-editing battle has erupted over this somewhat unsettling snap of President Donald Trump’s face on a stack of German newspapers: PsBattle: Trump screaming in a stack of newspapers from photoshopbattles The viral image was actually part of an advertising campaign for the Der Tagesspiegel newspaper back in 2016, reports AdWeek.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 04:06:48 -0500
  • 13 siblings allegedly held captive at home by parents: Part 1 news

    David and Louise Turpin pleaded not guilty to a combined 75 total counts, including charges of torture, child abuse and false imprisonment.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 18:45:37 -0500
  • What actually closes in a US government shutdown? news

    Hundreds of thousands of US government defense workers, park rangers and business regulators could be temporarily out of work if Congress fails to pass a budget before a midnight Friday deadline. This time, about 850,000 workers, out of a total 3.5 million, could be told to stay home -- without pay -- until Congress reaches an agreement, the American Federation of Government Employees estimates. The 1.5 million uniformed members of the US military, mostly in the Defense Department but also 40,000 with the Department of Homeland Security, will remain at work.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 18:28:40 -0500
  • The Funniest Tweets From Parents This Week news

    Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest ways.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 09:00:11 -0500
  • One year into Trump's presidency, is the Russia probe what will bring him down? news

    Now James Comey is gone, fired by Trump for failing to end the Russia inquiry. The most critical of the three is headed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, a former head of the FBI who has expanded his inquiry to looking at Mr Trump’s murky business affairs. The activities of Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr and his son-in-law Jared Kushner, are under intense scrutiny from Mueller’s investigators.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 17:23:00 -0500
  • The Flu May Be Spread Just By Breathing, Study Says news

    No coughing or sneezing required

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 12:50:23 -0500
  • Gymnastics stars speak out against Larry Nassar news

    Aly Raisman and Jordyn Wieber, two members of the 2012 USA Gymnastics team that stole the show at the London Olympics, were among the victims to give powerful statements against Larry Nassar.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 10:56:50 -0500
  • Taiwan stymies new China flights amid route row, official says

    By Jeanny Kao and Brenda Goh TAIPEI/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Taiwan's aviation regulator has stalled applications for new flights from China Eastern Airlines and Xiamen Airlines amid a row between Beijing and the self-ruled island over air routes, a regulatory official said on Friday. Taiwan had not yet approved the applications to add flights during the approaching Lunar New Year holiday because in recent weeks the airlines had used four disputed air routes close to the island, said the official, who asked not to be identified. This month China opened several disputed air routes, including a northbound M503 route in the Taiwan Strait, without informing Taiwan, contravening what the democratic government in Taipei said was a 2015 deal to first discuss such flight paths.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 09:25:57 -0500
  • Turkey launches offensive against Syrian city held by US-backed Kurdish forces news

    Turkish warplanes stuck residential parts of Syria’s Afrin on Saturday, forcing people to hole up in their homes and shelters, as Ankara launched an offensive to smash positions held by US-backed Kurdish forces. Hevi Mustafa, a top member of the civilian administration that governs the city in the northwest of Syria, said several wounded people had arrived in the hospitals. "As of this moment our brave armed forces have started the aerial offensive to eliminate the PYD and PKK and Daesh elements in Afrin," said Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said, referring to the Kurdish Democratic Union Party and the Kurdistan Worker's Party respectively, and using an Arabic acronym for the Islamic State group. Associated Press journalists at the Turkish border saw at least five jets heading toward Afrin. They also witnessed a convoy of buses, believed to be carrying Syrian opposition fighters, traveling along the border across from Afrin. The convoy included trucks mounted with machine guns. A senior Turkish official said the jets hit positions held by US-backed SDF militias. The militias had said any attack would be “sudden and unjustified” and “breathe new life” into Islamic State. Turkey has been shelling the area for two days, while Syria had warned it would shoot down any Turkish planes over its territory. Ankara, which claims the offensive will provide safety to its Turkey’s borders and the region, informed foreign governments involved in Syria about the attack, which began at 5pm local time and has been codenamed Operation Olive Branch. A military aircraft of Turkish Air Force lands at the Incirlik 10th Tanker Base Command in Saricam district, in Adana after Turkish military started the''Operation Olive Branch'' in Afrin on January 20, 2018. Credit: Anadolu Agency  Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has discussed Turkey's military offensive in Syria with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Separately, Turkey's chief of military staff Hulusi Akar spoke with his US and Russian counterparts, Turkish media reports said. Ministry officials said Saturday Tillerson requested a telephone conversation with Cavusoglu. They did not provide further details. Graphic: Areas of control in Syria Saturday's attack follows Turkish anger at a US announcement of plans to create a 30,000 Kurdish-led "border security force" along the border of Turkey. Tillerson later said the US plans were "misrepresented," in an apparent bid to appease Turkey. Russia has removed its military observers  from the Kurdish-run city. Moscow has said it will demand Turkey halt military operation in Afrin in support of its Syrian allies. At 7.30pm local time, Russia pulled back troops deployed close to Afrin to Tell-Afjar, which is within the de-escalation zone established in September. The Defence Ministry said the decisions was made “to prevent possible provocations” and to “exclude the threat to life and health of Russian servicemen”. Rojhat Roj, a spokesman for the Syrian Kurdish militia group, confirmed that a Turkish plane struck Afrin city. Smoke rises from the Syria's Afrin region, as it is pictured from near the Turkish town of Hassa, on the Turkish-Syrian border in Hatay province Credit: Osman Orsal/Reuters  

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 12:39:01 -0500
  • 'Jersey Shore' Star Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino Pleads Guilty To Tax Evasion news

    On Friday, “Jersey Shore” star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino pleaded guilty to tax fraud in federal court in Newark, New Jersey.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 17:24:12 -0500
  • Turpin Case: Clothes, Shoes and Toys Donated to 13 Siblings Saved From California 'House of Horrors' news

    The Perris community is rallying around the children, who were allegedly tortured by their own parents.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 09:58:45 -0500
  • Twitter Concedes Russian Influence Before U.S. Election Was Greater Than Initially Thought news

    At least 677,774 people in the United States followed, retweeted or liked content distributed by Russian government-linked Twitter accounts in a 10-week span prior to the 2016 U.S. election, Twitter announced Friday.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 20:21:15 -0500
  • Anderson Cooper Tells Conan Haiti Is 'Among The Richest Countries I've Ever Been To' news

    CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Thursday gave Conan O’Brien a glowing review of Haiti before the talk show host’s trip there.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 07:03:23 -0500
  • 2nd annual Women's March: A multi-city mass rally

    Protesters rally across the United States and overseas for the second annual Women's March, on the first anniversary of President Trump's inauguration.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 12:58:45 -0500
  • Man, woman, child pulled out of truck after crash involving LA County sheriff's deputies news

    A man, woman and child were pulled out of a truck on its side after they were involved in a crash with Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies at a Manchester Square intersection.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 03:03:57 -0500
  • Kremlin 'regrets' Ukrainian law recognising Russian occupation news

    Of course, Russia will remain committed to the word and spirit of the Minsk accords with other guarantor countries France and Germany, but we regret that such steps only distract us from the desired goal," the Kremlin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists. The EU-brokered Minsk peace agreement, backed by Moscow and Kiev, was first reached in late 2014 and then re-worked in early 2015 with the help of Germany and France, but is violated almost daily.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 12:35:06 -0500
  • The Electrification Era Moves Closer for Cars news

    Automakers are seeing the future, and increasingly it’s more high voltage than high octane. At this year’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit, just under the sheet metal and hoods ...

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 14:42:06 -0500
  • Adulthood now begins at 24, say scientists as young people delay work, marriage and families news

    Adulthood does not begin until 24, scientists have concluded because young people are continuing their education for longer and delaying marriage and parenthood. The traditional definition for adolescence is currently between and the ages of 10 and 19, which marked the beginnings of puberty and the perceived end of biological growth. But, writing in the Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, scientists from the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne argue the timings needs to be changed. They point to the fact that the brain continues to mature beyond the age of 20, and many people’s wisdom teeth do not come through until the age of 25. And people are also getting married and having children later, with the average man entering their first marriage aged 32.5 and women 30.6, an increase of eight years since the 1970s. Families have changed significantly since the 1970s Credit:  Fox Photos Lead author Prof Susan Sawyer, said delays in young people leaving education, settling down and becoming parents, showed adolescence was now longer and argued that policies that support youth should be extended beyond teenage years. Countries such as New Zealand already treat children who have been in care as vulnerable until they are 25, allowing them the same rights as youngsters “Age definitions are always arbitrary,” she said, but “our current definition of adolescence is overly restricted.” “The ages of 10-24 years are a better fit with the development of adolescents nowadays.” However other academics argued that just because young people were unmarried or still in education did not mean they were not fully functioning adults. But Dr Jan Macvarish, a parenting sociologist at the University of Kent, told the BBC: “There is nothing inevitably infantilising about spending your early 20s in higher education or experimenting in the world of work. “Society should maintain the highest possible expectations of the next generation.” Prof Sawyer also admits there could be downsides to he plan, particularly if youngsters were no longer seen as responsible or capable of full engagement in society until they were 24. "Such a view would risk disenfranchising adolescents and undermines their rights to fully participate in society," she added.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 10:00:18 -0500
  • Aly Raisman Tells Nassar 'You Are Pathetic' After He Complains About Sentencing Hearing news

    Olympian Aly Raisman addressed serial sexual abuser Larry Nassar in court Friday with a powerful statement, calling the former USA Gymnastics team doctor “pathetic” for complaining about the length of his sentencing hearing and “a monster” for abusing the trust of his young patients.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 13:37:44 -0500
  • What to Know About David and Louise Turpin, the Parents Accused of Torturing 12 Siblings news

    They are each being held on $12 million bail

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 10:21:32 -0500
  • Ed Sheeran Is Engaged To Childhood Friend Cherry Seaborn news

    Ed Sheeran announced his engagement to girlfriend Cherry Seaborn on Saturday in an Instagram post that was pretty darn adorable.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 16:23:21 -0500
  • How to Solidify Your Retirement Fund

    The traditional three-legged retirement stool -- consisting of pensions, personal savings and Social Security benefits -- is looking wobblier than ever. Defined benefit pension plans, which have been disappearing for some time, are now on the verge of extinction. Just 8 percent of private employers offered pension plans in 2017, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 10:27:57 -0500
  • Eric Trump Says Shutdown Is 'A Good Thing For Us' news

    .@EricTrump joined me over the phone from Mar-a-Lago !

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 00:05:55 -0500
  • Puerto Rico finances under scrutiny amid plea for help news

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Top financial officials in Puerto Rico offered a peek Friday into why the U.S. territory is mired in an 11-year recession as a federal control board demanded more transparency and information about the island's finances.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 13:30:59 -0500
  • Russia says Iran nuclear deal cannot be saved without US news

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Friday ruled out the possibility of salvaging the Iranian nuclear deal if President Donald Trump decides to pull the United States out of the agreement. "This agreement cannot be implemented if one of the participants unilaterally steps out of it," Lavrov told a news conference at the United Nations. Trump last week agreed to again waive US nuclear-related sanctions on Iran, but demanded that US lawmakers and European allies fix the "disastrous flaws" in the deal or face a US exit.

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 15:05:58 -0500
  • Takata Recalls 3.3 Million More Airbags news

    Takata has expanded its already massive recall by an additional 3.3 million airbag inflators over the same concerns that they might explode and spray dangerous metal fragments into the vehicle’s ...

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 13:47:36 -0500
  • How to Make a Headboard: 18 DIY Headboard Ideas news

    Is the blank wall behind your bed feeling a bit blah? Learn how to make a headboard and use these super-easy DIY ideas to complete your bedroom

    Fri, 19 Jan 2018 14:46:00 -0500
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