Category: News

Dog the Bounty Hunter update – Brian Laundrie’s sister Cassie is ‘HIDING something’, Dog fears after he went to her home

DOG the Bounty Hunter thinks Brian Laundrie’s sister Cassie is hiding something, and he tried discussing the case with her on Saturday. The 68-year-old reality star showed up to Cassie’s house in North Port on Saturday. TMZ reported that while Dog knocked on her door “like crazy,” no one answered. Dog reportedly said he’s certain […]

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2024 Hyundai Ioniq 7 Large SUV: Design, Tech And Everything Else We Know

This article contains independent illustrations based on intel and a teaser served by Hyundai last month. The renderings were made by CarScoops’ artist Josh Byrnes and they are neither related to nor endorsed by Hyundai. Hot on the heels of the edgy Ioniq 5 and upcoming Ioniq 6 saloon, Hyundai is also preparing to expand […]

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It’s Official: The Ford Mustang GT Is America’s Most ’Murican Car

It’s hard to think of a more quintessentially American car than the Ford Mustang GT V8. But that’s not just nostalgia talking, it’s maths and science, people. The 2021 Mustang 5.0-liter GT has just nabbed top spot on a league table that measures the volume of U.S.-built content in the nation’s cars. According to the […]

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2022 Mercedes-AMG SL Reveal Delayed Until Oct 28; Means Bentley GTC Stays Desirable For An Extra 8 Days

Mercedes has delayed the unveiling of the 2022 SL sports car by just over a week. It will now be shown on October 28, rather than October 20 as originally planned. There was no word from Stuttgart as to why the reveal has been pushed back, but given the modest delay it’s unlikely to be […]

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How Scrubs Reinforce Sexist Double Standards

In the spring of 2020, as Boston’s first COVID-19 wave raged, I was the gastroenterologist on call responding to a patient hospitalized with a stomach ulcer. Wearing a layer of yellow personal protective equipment over a pair of baggy scrubs, I spent 30 minutes explaining to him that he needed an endoscopic procedure. We built […]

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The Atlantic Daily: What We Know About Boosters

Every weekday evening, our editors guide you through the biggest stories of the day, help you discover new ideas, and surprise you with moments of delight. Subscribe to get this delivered to your inbox. If this booster-shot rollout is a 1,000-piece puzzle, this week a few more pieces fell into place. An independent FDA advisory […]

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The Staggering Number of Kids Who Have Lost a Parent to COVID-19

Throughout the pandemic, media outlets and online dashboards have provided constant updates on the number of people who have died from COVID-19. Far less prominent—but just as striking—are the tallies of those left behind. According to an estimate published recently in the journal Pediatrics, at least 140,000 American children had lost a parent or caregiver […]

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The Rock Band That Redefined Counterculture

Part of the backlash now facing Baby Boomers—seen in all those memes and essays blaming grandma for the state of capitalism—may simply stem from overexposure. The flower children’s children grew up in a world in which their elders’ revolutionary artworks had become wallpaper, trinkets, and ad fodder. Everyone who wasn’t at Woodstock is all too […]

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Cyprus, Egypt sign deal to speed up electricity grid linkage

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — An undersea cable linking the electricity grids of Cyprus and Egypt could be key to helping both countries transition to a green economy and meet their commitments on battling climate change, the Cypriot energy minister said Saturday. Minister Natasa Pilides said a memorandum of understanding she signed with Egypt’s Electricity Minister […]

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1966 Ford Mustang Convertible Restomod Is Cool; Its $420k Asking Price, Not So Much

A comprehensively modified 1966 Ford Mustang was up for sale on eBay but any interested party would need almost half a million dollars to buy it. This Mustang Convertible has been restored and modified from the ground up thanks to CMX Customs by Vinnie in South Carolina. It immediately catches the eye thanks to a […]

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Fatal crash on 65

The Canadian Press LEADING OFF: Closer to starter, Scherzer lined up for Game 1 A look at what’s happening around the majors today: ___ MAX EFFORT Dodgers ace Max Scherzer got the last three outs in the thrilling Game 5 of the NL Divsion Series and is now lined up to throw the first pitch […]

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Austrian chancellor says government coalition can still work together

ZURICH (Reuters) – Newly installed Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg said the country’s ruling coalition is on “thin ice” but could still work together after his predecessor Sebastian Kurz quit last week. Kurz stepped down https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/austrias-kurz-says-stepping-down-chancellor-2021-10-09 a week ago at the behest of his junior coalition partner, the Greens, after prosecutors placed him and nine others […]

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Removing the %&*@ from Maine’s vanity plates will take time

Associated Press (AP) — Removing the flipping obscenities from license plates on Maine’s roads and highways isn’t going to happen overnight, even though a law banning such profanities in a state where such regulation has been unusually lax goes into effect Monday. Currently, there are license plates with salty language including f-bombs, references to anatomy […]

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The Kids Who Have Lost a Parent to the Pandemic

Throughout the pandemic, media outlets and online dashboards have provided constant updates on the number of people who have died from COVID-19. Far less prominent—but just as striking—are the tallies of those left behind. According to an estimate published recently in the journal Pediatrics, at least 140,000 American children had lost a parent or caregiver […]

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How the Velvet Underground Redefined Counterculture

Part of the backlash now facing Baby Boomers—seen in all those memes and essays blaming grandma for the state of capitalism—may simply stem from overexposure. The flower children’s children grew up in a world in which their elders’ revolutionary artworks had become wallpaper, trinkets, and ad fodder. Everyone who wasn’t at Woodstock is all too […]

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