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  • Nancy Pelosi's Democratic Foes Prepare To Go Public news

    WASHINGTON ― House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is suddenly in a fight for her

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 17:20:32 -0500
  • Howard Dean: Republicans will 'have a terrible time because they’re getting older and whiter' news

    Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean was pleased with the party’s performance in last week’s midterm elections — and not just because it regained control of the House.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 05:00:56 -0500
  • Dozens Have Died In The California Wildfires. Here Are Some Of Their Stories. news

    At least 50 people have been killed in the wildfires raging at both ends of

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 00:54:21 -0500
  • Wisconsin company gives employees handguns for Christmas: 'The perfect gift' news

    A Wisconsin family-owned company decided to forgo traditional cash bonuses

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 10:34:25 -0500
  • Yahoo News Explains: Is the Vatican doing enough to address sexual abuse in the church? news

    The Vatican halted a plan by U.S. bishops to address the age-old sexual abuse issues plaguing the Roman Catholic Church.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 10:26:21 -0500
  • Fast food manager attacked by woman over ketchup news

    Police say they are searching for a McDonald's customer caught on surveillance video attacking two employees last month at a restaurant in Santa Ana, California.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 06:19:32 -0500
  • 'Progress is being made' against California's deadliest wildfire news

    The confirmed death toll from the Camp Fire stood at 48 as the footprint of the fire grew by 5,000 acres to 135,000 acres(55,000 hectares), even as diminished winds and rising humidity allowed firefighters to carve containment lines around more than a third of the perimeter. "Progress is being made," said Ken Pimlott, director of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) at a news conference flanked by Governor Jerry Brown, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and other officials. The escalating search for additional human remains in the fire zone is focused on what little is left of Paradise, California, in the Sierra foothills about 175 miles (280 km) north of San Francisco, which was mostly incinerated last Thursday.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 17:51:20 -0500
  • Brexit protests outside Downing Street as UK ministers debate deal news

    Brexit supporters and opponents rallied near Prime Minister Theresa May's Downing Street office on Wednesday as her cabinet debated the draft divorce deal inside. Pro-Brexit campaigners urged her to scrap the tentative agreement and make a clean break with European Union without paying a penny more into the EU budget. Around 100 demonstrators gathered opposite the Downing Street entrance gates, chanting "Theresa May, don't betray!" and "What do we want?

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 10:54:06 -0500
  • Best Bites: Traditional Thanksgiving cranberry sauce 3 ways news

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

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 08:00:00 -0500
  • Migrant caravan arrives at U.S.-Mexico border

    The bulk of the migrant caravan crossing Mexico began arriving Thursday at the U.S. border, as around 800 Central Americans reached the city of Tijuana aboard 22 buses after more than a month’s trek.

    Thu, 15 Nov 2018 14:46:23 -0500
  • Hillary Clinton Says Stacey Abrams Would Have Won Already 'If She Had A Fair Election' news

    Hillary Clinton believes Democratic candidate for governor of Georgia Stacey

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 11:28:16 -0500
  • Fox News backs CNN in lawsuit against Trump, wants Acosta's access reinstated news

    The president of Fox News said on Wednesday that the media outlet is joining more than a dozen other media outlets in supporting rival CNN in its lawsuit against President Trump.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 12:12:51 -0500
  • Trevor Noah Provides 'Presidential Harassment' Training For House Democrats news

    With Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives, Trevor Noah

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 23:05:18 -0500
  • Morning Brief: The top news and buzzy moments you need to know news

    Welcome to the Morning Brief where we give you a rundown of everything you may

    Thu, 15 Nov 2018 10:49:01 -0500
  • Witness didn't hear officer order security guard to drop gun news

    CHICAGO (AP) — A security guard who was working at a suburban Chicago bar when a black co-worker was fatally shot by a white police officer said Wednesday that he never heard the officer order the other man to drop his gun.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 18:22:50 -0500
  • Ryan Zinke Says California Wildfires Are Getting Worse But Won’t Mention ‘Climate Change’ news

    After Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke visited Northern California communities

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 19:29:48 -0500
  • Brexit Deal Helps Lock U.K. Into Customs Union the EU Wanted news

    For months, the struggle to work out a temporary fix for the Irish border stood in the way of a Brexit deal. Now, it turns out the solution looks neither temporary nor solely for the Irish border. As the agreement gets picked over by Theresa May’s Cabinet, it will become clear that in signing up to the so-called backstop to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland, the U.K. may be committing itself to something more permanent.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 00:00:00 -0500
  • Israel government in turmoil as defence minister quits and calls for elections over Gaza ceasefire news

    Israel appeared to be hurtling towards early elections on Wednesday after the defence minister resigned and accused Benjamin Netanyahu of “surrendering to terror” by agreeing to a ceasefire with Hamas. The resignation of Avigdor Lieberman, a hawkish member of Mr Netanyahu’s coalition, leaves the government with just a one-seat majority that could collapse if other parties also decide to quit.  Mr Netanyahu’s allies said he planned to take over the defence ministry himself, meaning he would simultaneously serve as Israel’s prime minister, defence minister, foreign minister and health minister.  But Naftali Bennett, the leader of the Right-wing Jewish Home party, demanded the defence portfolio for himself and threatened to bring down the government if he was not given the post.  The day of political drama began when Mr Lieberman resigned on Wednesday afternoon over Mr Netanyahu's decision decision to accept a ceasefire with Hamas to end 24 hours of intense fighting.    Mr Lieberman said the Israeli government should confront the Islamist militant group more forcefully even if it meant suffering more rocket fire into Israeli cities.   The resignation of Avigdor Lieberman, one of Mr Netanyahu’s coalition partners, has rocked the Israeli government and could trigger fresh elections in the Jewish state Credit: REUTERS/Ammar Awad "What happened yesterday - the truce combined with the process with Hamas - is surrendering to terror,” he said. "What we're doing now as a state is buying short-term quiet, with the price being severe long-term damage to national security.” Mr Lieberman withdrew his five Yisrael Beiteinu MPs from Mr Netanyahu’s coalition, meaning the government now has only 61 seats in the 120-member parliament. He also called for early elections.  Mr Netanyahu had been bracing for attacks from the Right since agreeing to an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire deal on Tuesday, ending the fighting which left one person dead in Israel and seven dead in Gaza. Residents of the southern city of Sderot, a regular target for Hamas’ rockets, burned tires and blocked the streets in protest at the ceasefire, saying Israel was being held hostage by Hamas. Speaking before the defence minister’s resignation, Mr Netanyahu defended the agreement and said the public could not understand all the reasons for his decision.  #BREAKING: 500 Protesters in the southern city of Sderot after the decision on a ceasefire: "We have become a hostage of Hamas - they will decide when I shower, or sleep"— Amichai Stein (@AmichaiStein1) November 13, 2018 “I hear the voices of the residents of the south. Believe me, they are precious to me, their words penetrate my heart. But together with the heads of the security forces, I see the overall picture of Israel's security, which I cannot share with the public,” he said. Mr Netanyahu offered no public reaction to the resignation but allies in his Likud party said he planned to take over the defence minister job and keep the coalition government standing for at least several months. However, within hours that plan was looking shaky.  Mr Bennett, who is the education minister as well the leader of Jewish Home, presented the prime minister with an ultimatum: hand over the defence ministry or see the government collapse.  It was not clear Wednesday night which option Mr Netanyahu would choose or whether he would try to call his junior coalition partner’s bluff.   Elections must happen by November 2019 but most Israeli politicians expected Mr Netanyahu would call them in the spring. Opinion polls have shown that Mr Netanyahu’s Likud would win an election, despite the ongoing corruption scandal swirling around the prime minister and his wife. However, Mr Netanyahu will be reluctant to go straight into a campaign after the ceasefire deal, which was unpopular with his own Right-wing base.  Hamas immediately hailed Mr Lieberman’s resignation as victory for its fighters. “This is a political victory for Gaza, which caused this political earthquake within the occupation,” the group said.  Mr Lieberman heads Yisrael Beiteinu, a secular Right-wing party which draws its support mainly from Israel’s Russian population.  He has a history of extreme statements - like calling for the assassination of Hamas’ leader and the beheading of disloyal Arab citizens of Israel - but was more restrained when he became defence minister in May 2016 His small party has hovered just above the threshold of votes to win seats in parliament and he may have calculated that his high-profile resignation over security issues would give him momentum among Right-wing voters going into an election. 

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 07:12:52 -0500
  • Turkey calls for international probe into Khashoggi murder news

    "At the current stage we believe an international investigation is a must," Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was quoted as saying by the state-run Anadolu news agency. Khashoggi, 59, a Washington Post columnist and critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was last seen entering the kingdom's consulate on October 2 to obtain paperwork for his marriage.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 14:28:08 -0500
  • Marco Rubio's Biblical Criticism Of Florida Election Recounts Goes Awry news

    Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) went full Old Testament on Wednesday with his latest

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 11:19:22 -0500
  • Latino turnout up 174% in 2018 midterms elections, Democrats say news

    Antonio Delgado won a House seat, beating first-term Republican Congressman John Faso. The Democratic party says a $30m investment in engaging Latino and other minority voters helped it achieve a net gain of 34 House seats and improve on 2014 turnout. Ben Ray Luján, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), said that compared to the previous midterm election, Latinos increased their participation by 174% in 2018.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 06:00:03 -0500
  • Michelle Obama Says She And Barack Are 'Finding Each Other Again' In Post-White House Romance news

    Michelle Obama is getting candid about her relationship with her husband of

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 12:26:04 -0500
  • 10 Cheap Stocking Stuffers Under $10 news

    If you're reading this, it's not too late. At least, not for inexpensive,

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 11:50:34 -0500
  • Woman wears wedding gown after fiance dies in Lion Air crash news

    JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — An Indonesian woman whose fiance died on a Lion Air flight that plunged into the sea was photographed in her wedding dress and professed her love for him on the day they were to have been married.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 23:11:07 -0500
  • California wildfires - live: Death toll climbs to 50 as strong winds bring new blazes near Los Angeles news

    The remains of six more victims of California’s most lethal and destructive wildfire in history were found on Tuesday, bringing the death toll to 48. Forensic teams with cadaver dogs spent the day combing through ash and charred debris in what was let of the town of Paradise, around 175 miles (280km) north of San Francisco. Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said 100 National Guard troops were being sent in at his request to assist in the search for additional human remains left by the so-called Camp Fire.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 11:32:00 -0500
  • Northern California Fire Victims Are Suing The Power Company news

    Northern California's Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has once again found itself

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 18:26:00 -0500
  • Macron hits back at Trump criticism: 'To be an ally is not to be a vassal' news

    Emmanuel Macron, the French president, on Wednesday hit back at Donald Trump's fierce Twitter attack on his call for a "real European army" by saying: "To be an ally is not to be a vassal". But he denied there was any tension between France and America. "At every moment in our history, we have been allies," the 40-year old leader said in an interview from France's nuclear aircraft carrier, Charles de Gaulle. "Between allies, we owe each other respect and I don't want to hear the rest.” No sooner had the US president touched down after a weekend in Paris attending centenary commemorations of the Armistice, he issued a flurry of spectacularly undiplomatic missives on Twitter. In them, he mocked Mr Macron’s low approval ratings and threatened a trade war with France over wine tariffs. He also laid into his defence policy. “Emmanuel Macron suggests building its own army to protect Europe against the U.S., China and Russia,” tweeted Mr Trump, just back from Paris where world leaders had convened to commemorate the end of the World War One. “But it was Germany in World Wars One & Two - How did that work out for France? They were starting to learn German in Paris before the U.S. came along. Pay for NATO or not!” Remembrance Sunday: Royal family and politicians commemorate the Armistice, in pictures From the Charles de Gaulle, Mr Macron said : “I believe in our sovereignty and in European sovereignty. I want us to be autonomous, in the fields of surveillance, cyber attacks, and all aspects of our army. And to do this, we cannot depend on (others), including the United States." Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, on Tuesday backed his defence plans. Earlier, French government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux had accused the US president of lacking “common decency” by issuing the Tweets on the third anniversary of the Paris terror attacks in which 130 died. Even some of Mr Macron’s domestic political rivals were appalled. Olivier Faure, head of the French Socialist Party, said that while he opposed Mr Macron’s policies, he sympathised with the president for having to endure Mr Trump whose “verbal diarrhoea is becoming unbearable”. Mr Trump and Mr Macron met at Armistice commemorations  Credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images The US president’s call to “make France great again” also came in for mockery from Benjamin Mendy, the Manchester City defender who was in France’s World Cup winning football team. “Don’t worry bro,” he tweeted to Mr Macron. “I’ll take care of him.” But Louis Aliot, number two of the far-Right National Rally, said Mr Macron had unnecessarily provoked Mr Trump.  “He should have had a spirit of reconciliation,” in his Armistice speech “instead of which his comments and attitude were provocative,” he claimed. In his interviews, Mr Macron also touched on upcoming nationwide protests by motorists next Saturday agains petrol and diesel tax hikes, saying “I hear their anger” and even confessing: “I have failed to reconcile the French with its leaders.”    

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 16:11:35 -0500
  • Animals in the path of California wildfires news

    Local giraffe survives Woolsey fire.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 15:34:41 -0500
  • U.S. troops help fortify southern border as migrant caravan approaches

    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis defended the use of active duty troops on the U.S.-Mexican border, saying that in some ways it provides good training for war. The Pentagon chief said that within a week to 10 days the 5,800 troops currently deployed for the border mission will have accomplished all the tasks initially requested by Customs and Border Protection, although additional tasks are now being worked out between the Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security. In addition to the 5,800 active duty troops in the border area, about 2,100 National Guard troops have been providing border support since April.

    Thu, 15 Nov 2018 11:56:19 -0500
  • Florida to recount ballots by hand in tight U.S. Senate race news

    Under state law, the Florida Department of State must trigger a manual recount if an electronic recount of ballots finds a margin of victory of less than 0.25 percent. The order came after U.S. District Judge Mark Walker in Tallahassee, Florida, cleared the way to include ballots from as many as 5,000 people across the state who submitted ballots by mail that were rejected by election officials. A Georgia federal judge issued a similar ruling as that state worked to resolve a close governor's race.

    Thu, 15 Nov 2018 17:32:30 -0500
  • 'Read The Room': Empire State Building Gets Ripped Over Amazon HQ Celebration news

    The Empire State Building was dragged on social media Tuesday over its

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 04:01:38 -0500
  • What To Buy On Black Friday At Walmart news

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday are near, but that doesn't mean there aren't

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 19:03:43 -0500
  • Father: Threats to driver won't bring justice for slain kids news

    ROCHESTER, Ind. (AP) — The father of one of three Indiana children who were struck and killed by a pickup truck as they crossed a road to board a school bus said Thursday that threats against the driver and her family won't bring justice for his daughter or help those she left behind.

    Thu, 15 Nov 2018 16:48:07 -0500
  • California wildfires: Fears radioactive waste could be caught in destructive blaze news

    An organisation of physicians fear radioactive waste could become a major issue after southern California’s huge wildfire burned near a former nuclear test site. The organisation of Physicians for Social Responsibility said it was likely that smoke and ash from the fire spread radiological and chemical contamination that was in soil and vegetation near the Santa Susana Field Laboratory. Regulators in California said initial testing found no elevated levels of radiation of hazardous compounds after the blaze near the site.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 12:08:35 -0500
  • Death Toll Rises To 56 In Northern California Camp Fire, Deadliest In State History news

    At least 56 people have been killed in the devastating Camp fire in Northern

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 22:12:28 -0500
  • Stormy Daniels’ Attorney Michael Avenatti Arrested After Domestic Violence Allegations news

    Michael Avenatti, the lawyer who represents adult film star Stormy Daniels,

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 18:29:31 -0500
  • British PM fights rebellion over Brexit deal news

    British Prime Minister Theresa May battled to salvage a draft Brexit deal and her political future on Thursday, as ministers resigned and members of her own party plotted to oust her. The Conservative leader said she believed with "every fibre of my being" in the Brexit course she had set, hours after facing a hostile parliament and seeing four ministers, including Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, quit the government. Members of parliament on all sides warned her there was no way the plan could win their approval, but she dismissed calls to quit, saying: "Am I going to see this through?

    Thu, 15 Nov 2018 15:05:38 -0500
  • US could lose in war with China or Russia, panel warns news

    The United States is facing a national security and military crisis and could lose in a war against Russia or China, a bipartisan congressional panel warned in a report Wednesday. Congress had tasked the National Defense Strategy Commission to look at President Donald Trump's sweeping National Defense Strategy (NDS), which highlights a new era of "Great Power competition" with Moscow and Beijing.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 16:22:34 -0500
  • Senate, House GOP Revise Leadership After Midterm Elections news

    House Democrats will pick their leaders after Thanksgiving. House GOP Leaders Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California will become House minority leader after Republicans lost their majority in the Nov. 6 election. Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana will become minority whip.New to the leadership team will be Wyoming Representative Liz Cheney, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, who was chosen as House GOP conference chairwoman.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 14:21:07 -0500
  • 13 Perfect Gifts For Your S.O.'s Family news

    Congrats are in order, because if you're searching for what to get your

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 18:16:52 -0500
  • Photos: Pets, owners reunited following deadly and destructive Camp Fire news

    The Camp Fire, the most deadly and destructive wildfire in California history, has destroyed hundreds of homes, put hundreds of lives at risk and separated pets from their owners.

    Thu, 15 Nov 2018 10:20:10 -0500
  • Mitch McConnell’s Hypocrisy news

    Mitch McConnell says he hopes Democrats in Congress can show bipartisanship after taking the House. But the Senate majority leader has never been one to reach across the aisle.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 09:42:00 -0500
  • Watch California's powerful, relentless winds stoke the state's fires news

    It's the time of year when winds really kick up in California, and firefighters on Tuesday night captured footage of relentless gusts driving a new blaze over the parched terrain.  Firefighters in San Bernardino County — an arid region east of Los Angeles — spent the night combatting the newly-born Sierra Fire amid potent seasonal winds, known as Santa Anas. Though this particular fire (147 acres and well-contained), is quite small compared to the expansive Camp and Woolsey fires, it shows how persistent 50 mph gusts can whip fire over the land — land that has been parched by a confluence of dry winds and a long, scorching summer.  #SierraFire: Footage from earlier this evening. In #SantaAnaWinds, Dozers can often engage where it’s too dangerous for handcrews. A decisive force multiplier in tonight’s firefight. ^eas — SB County Fire (@SBCOUNTYFIRE) November 14, 2018 In the video, a bulldozer, which had been clearing vegetation to limit the spread of fire into an adjacent community, can be seen working while the winds blow smoke through the air and stoke brush fires in the background. Santa Ana winds are notorious for stoking fall fires in California. These dry winds, traveling east from the great U.S. deserts, pick up in the fall and eventually peak in December, Sasha Gershunov, a research meteorologist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, said in an interview.  But typically by mid-November — and certainly December — some rains will wet the dry California vegetation.  The winds will always blow, but these days they're increasingly gusting over dried-out terrain. This makes for perfect fire conditions.  SEE ALSO: When will this terrible wildfire season in California end? "Now we’re in our traditional fire season, but the fuels are untraditionally dry this late into the season," said Gershunov. "This seems to be getting more common as the climate changes," he added. Some of the most destructive, deadliest wildfires occur in Southern California, a place not defined by pine forests, but shrubs and grasslands.  Here, a confluence of Santa Ana winds, development in fire-prone areas, and climate change have boosted the state's growing wildfire woes. Overall, the amount of land burned in the United States has more than doubled over the last 30 years, and predictably, these fires have been enhanced by a warming globe. WATCH: Ever wonder how the universe might end?

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 12:49:40 -0500
  • 30 Attractions You Won’t Believe Are in the U.S.

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    Thu, 15 Nov 2018 17:37:31 -0500
  • X-ray images show tools Khashoggi killers brought to Istanbul, Turkish paper claims news

    The 15-strong Saudi kill team responsible for the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi carried luggage containing scissors, syringes and a stun gun, a pro-government Turkish paper has claimed. Sabah, a daily newspaper headquartered in Istanbul, published images on Tuesday purported to be airport X-ray scans of the team's bags as they left Istanbul for Riyadh on October 2, the day of Mr Khashoggi’s murder.  A number of tools and pieces of equipment can be seen, including walkie-talkies, a signal jammer and a pair of scissors.  The bags were loaded onto two private jets but police were not able to open them due to diplomatic immunity, according to the report. The paper, which is close to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), is one of a number of outlets that has published a steady stream of leaks providing lurid details of Khashoggi’s death, a tactic seemingly designed to keep pressure on Riyadh and its allies. How the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi unfolded Mr Khashoggi, a regular contributor to the Washington Post, was killed in the kingdom’s Istanbul consulate while attempting to secure paperwork that would allow him to remarry.  According to Istanbul’s chief prosecutor, he was strangled and his body dismembered soon after entering the building.  Saudi officials initially denied all involvement but in the face of mounting international outrage admitted that the columnist had been killed as part of a “rogue” operation. The X-ray images were published as the New York Times reported that in an audio recording of the killing, one of the team responsible can be heard instructing a superior to "tell your boss" after the murder takes place, a suspected reference to Mohammed bin Salman, the Saudi crown prince.  Khashoggi was once close to the royal family but went into self-imposed exile last year and had since been critical of the Crown Prince in his writing. Mr Erdogan described the tape as a “calamity” this week and said it shocked even a Saudi intelligence officer who listened to it, according to local media. The Turkish president added that orders for the killing came from the highest levels of the kingdom.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 13:58:04 -0500
  • Donald Trump Thinks You Need ID To Buy Cereal news

    President Donald Trump expressed the extent of his knowledge on voter ID laws

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 16:29:27 -0500
  • UK's May takes Brexit deal to cabinet as MPs revolt news

    British Prime Minister Theresa May will seek her cabinet's approval Wednesday for a long-awaited divorce deal with the EU but hardline Brexiteer MPs warned they will seek to block it in parliament. After months of talks, May's office announced late Tuesday that negotiators had finally struck a draft agreement on the terms of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union next March. The pound surged following the news, which came just as Brussels stepped up preparations for a potentially catastrophic "no deal" exit.

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 06:49:28 -0500
  • The Latest: EU Parliament member hails draft Brexit deal news

    LONDON (AP) — The Latest on Brexit negotiations (all times local):

    Wed, 14 Nov 2018 16:23:17 -0500
  • Mark Zuckerberg Responds To Times Facebook Report: 'I Learned About This Yesterday' news

    A day after a lengthy New York Times investigation found that Facebook went to

    Thu, 15 Nov 2018 15:26:49 -0500
  • Ford Model T survives California wildfires almost untouched news

    Ron Westbrook had to flee his home due to the Californian wildfires, but can find minor comfort in his Ford Model T surviving

    Thu, 15 Nov 2018 12:28:10 -0500
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