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Consumer Reports Reveals Top 10 Vehicles Of 2020

Consumer Reports has driven the best, safest and coolest new cars on the market.

Massive Recall Issued On Popular Water Bottles

Nearly 6 million water bottles have been recalled because its clear silicone spout can detach, posing a choking hazard.

New Windows Update Has Troubling Consequences For…

Microsoft's has acknowledged that their most recent security update is causing problems for owners.

Entertainment Industry Mourns The Death Of…

Just 2 months after a magnificent comeback appearance, the longtime star died in her sleep at her home in Glendale, CA.

Why These Oreos Will Cost You $4,000

Oreo cookies are great and all, but would you pay $4,000 for a package of them?

Afghan deal will be hard to assess, fraught with…

U.S. officials and experts say that hopes for ending America's longest war hinge on maintaining a weeklong fragile truce in Afghanistan that will be difficult to assess and fraught with pitfalls

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What Would Happen If Earth Stopped Spinning?

There’s pretty much zero chance that the Earth will stop spinning in the coming two-or-so billion years, but, if it did, this is what would happen.

Another Struggling Retail Giant Gets Sold Off

The lingerie brand is being sold by its owner in a $525 million deal.

Employees Want Office Pets Over Vacation Days and…

Employees Want Office Pets Over Vacation Days and Raises, Survey Says According to a ZipRecruiter survey of 3,000 job applicants, 30 percent say it is important to have employers allow their pets at the office. The survey also revealed what they are willing to give up to have their pets tag along. At the top of the list is free snacks, which 41 percent say they would trade. After that, it's catered meals with 30 percent willing to give them up. Even a paid vacation day? 17 percent have no problem with that sacrifice. The survey adds that seven percent would cut their gross salary by a percentage point. Would you give up a performance bonus for your pet? According to the ZipRecruiter survey, three percent would be okay with that.

There's A New Study On The Mediterranean Diet

Another study is extolling the benefits of the Mediterranean diet, this time in regard to aging.

Under Pressure, Bloomberg Says He'll Scrap 3 NDAs

Michael Bloomberg said Friday he'll release three women from nondisclosure agreements they signed with his company after accusing him of making inappropriate comments. "Bloomberg LP has identified 3 NDAs signed over the past 30+ years with women to address complaints about comments they said I had made," the presidential candidate...

Kia Recalls 200,000 Cars Over Electrical Problem

He Showed Up at Beer Garden Barefoot, With a…

Texas police have released information about a bizarre situation that involved a drunk driver and corpse.

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Spring is coming around the corner a little…

Punxsutawney Phil was right; spring is coming early, at least astronomically.

The Fittest

Trailer for 'The Fittest' starring Heber Cannon, Mat Fraser, Marston Sawyers, Annie Mist Thorisdottir, Katrin Davidsdottir

Teacher Follows Through on Ancient Threat to Wash…

It's a threat many students have heard but not seen carried out. A Florida middle school teacher has been suspended for putting hand sanitizer in the mouth of a student who she said was talking too loudly in her science class last fall. After telling the student he needed to...

Six questions before the Nevada caucus

The Nevada caucus, the third contest in the Democratic presidential race, is Saturday

Scientists Stunned By 100-Million-Year Fossilized…

Scientists say they were stunned by the detail in a 100-million-year-old fossilized wing found in an abandoned mine in Canada’s Labrador region.

This Day in History: US Hockey Team Beats the…

This Day in History: U.S. Hockey Team Beats the Soviets in the 'Miracle on Ice' February 22, 1980 The underdog U.S. hockey team defeats the four-time defending gold-medal Soviet team at the XIII Olympic Winter Games in Lake Placid, New York. The U.S. win is considered one of the most dramatic upsets in Olympic history. The Soviet squad fell to the youthful American team 4-3 before a frenzied crowd of 10,000 spectators. The American team trailed most of the game, finally taking the lead with ten minutes left. When the final horn sounded, the players, coaches and team officials poured onto the ice in raucous celebration. To many Americans, the "Miracle on Ice" represented a Cold War victory.

Wells Fargo Will Pay US $3B to Settle List of…

Wells Fargo agreed Friday to pay the government $3 billion to settle investigations into a series of abuses that went on for years, including opening accounts for customers without their approval. The deal wraps up federal civil and criminal cases, the Wall Street Journal reports, though criminal charges could be...

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Some Tax Refunds To Be Delayed

Winter returns to Florida for a day

During a 30- to 40-degree temperature swing, a cold front dropped temperatures around the sunshine state overnight. After highs in the 80s, temperatures struggled to make it out of the 50s in some spots.