Tag Archives: U.S.

Forgotten Italian Corvettes

Indecisive design hobbled the Corvette at its introduction in 1953 as Chevrolet timidly attempted to interpret European trends while giving the car a distinctive American identity. Fortunately, designers eventually found their groove and established a signature style whose cues carry through to today’s Stingray. That hasn’t stopped Italian design firms from offering their own interpretations of the Corvette over the ...

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HARD TRUTH – Opioid deaths spur grimly candid obits

Andrew Oswald kept a secret. Friends and neighbors in his hometown of Hamilton, N.J., knew Oswald as a gifted writer, a music buff and the kind of guy parents wanted their sons to hang around and their daughters to date. On Jan. 27, Andrew died at the age of 23. His parents unsparingly shared his secret in his obituary. “Our ...

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Ford GT first drive

The Ford GT is the most clutch car ever made, even though it has an automatic transmission. It was built for one reason: to win the top production class at the last year’s 24Hours of Le Mans and mark the 50th anniversary of the company’s legendary victory over Ferrari with another. We’re talking about the most grueling and competitive sports ...

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Wall St. to porn to YouTube

It’s not every day that someone leaves a dream job on Wall Street for a career in the adult film industry. And it’s not every day that someone decides to leave the adult film industry and try their hand at becoming a gamer gal. Paige Jennings has done both. “I did the whole finding myself thing in my early 20s ...

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Comey replacements: First four candidates to begin interviews to head FBI – Krauthammer: Trump 'tapes' tweet 'sounds more like a mafia boss' than POTUS – Comey firing: Trump team refutes explosive media claims – VIDEO: A look at Comey’s tumultuous final 10 months as FBI director

Four candidates are being interviewed Saturday to replace former FBI director James Comey on Saturday at the Department of Justice, Fox News has confirmed. The four candidates meeting with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy Rod Rosenstein are: Assistant Attorney General Alice Fisher, who used to work in the Justice Department’s Criminal Divsion; the acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, ...

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North Korea says it has right to 'ruthlessly punish' detained Americans – N. Korea writes rare letter to House bemoaning bill

North Korea is threatening U.S. citizens detained in its country, saying it has the right to “ruthlessly punish” them. This comes after the so-called “hermit kingdom” announced it had detained of a fourth U.S. citizen. Kim Hak Song, a Korean-American who taught at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, was arrested by North Korean authorities last Saturday for unspecified ...

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UNION HYPOCRISY? Report on salaries ignores labor bosses' big pay

A powerful labor union’s new report slams the pay gap between CEOs and rank-and-file workers, but critics say it conveniently ignores the sky-high salaries union bosses pull down. The AFL-CIO’s annual Executive Paywatch  report, unveiled this week, found that last year the average S&P 500 CEO earned a total of $13.1 million in compensation, while the average U.S. worker made only $37,632, ...

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CRATER OF DEATH: Exclusive pics from epicenter of MOAB blast – GRAPHIC IMAGES: Destruction and death in Afghanistan

EXCLUSIVE: KABUL, Afghanistan –  It has been one month since the U.S. military dropped its largest non-nuclear combat weapon — the MOAB — to eradicate ISIS from its base in Afghanistan’s Nanganhar province. And still, the ghostly destruction zone is a vision that haunts.  FoxNews.com has obtained exclusive images illuminating the bomb’s impact taken this week, showing the gouged and singed earth ...

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