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20-Valves & An LSD: Does It Get Any Better?

But I have what is perhaps an embarrassing admission to make; I am not much of an Initial D fan. I somehow managed to completely miss the first North American wave of popularity for the series, and
Tariffs Take Toll on Farm Equipment Manufacturers

Tariffs Take Toll on Farm Equipment Manufacturers

Their iconic blue-colored planters and grain cars are recognizable on many farms across the United States. They are also easily spotted in large displays, some stacked one on top of the other, in
US Considers Designating Muslim Brotherhood a Foreign Terrorist Organization

US Considers Designating Muslim Brotherhood a Foreign Terrorist Organization

President Donald Trump is considering placing Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood on a U.S. list of foreign terrorist organizations, the White House said Tuesday."The president has consulted with his national
Democratic Chairman Plans Criminal Referral for Trump Backer Prince

Democratic Chairman Plans Criminal Referral for Trump Backer Prince

House intelligence committee Chairman Adam Schiff is making a criminal referral to the Justice Department for the founder of the security firm Blackwater, alleging he lied to his committee in
Boeing Says Optional 737 MAX Alert Was 'Not Activated as Intended'

Boeing Says Optional 737 MAX Alert Was 'Not Activated as Intended'

Boeing Co said an alert for angle-of-attack (AOA) sensors on its 737 MAX jets was "not activated as intended" for some customers, responding to reports it failed to tell Southwest Airlines Co and the
White House, Democrats Agree on Price Tag for Infrastructure

White House, Democrats Agree on Price Tag for Infrastructure

There has been a rare instance of agreement between opposition Democrat leaders in Congress and the administration of President Donald Trump. The two sides are pledging to work together on creating a
Democrats Vow to Enforce Subpoenas as Trump Resistance Grows

Democrats Vow to Enforce Subpoenas as Trump Resistance Grows

Democrats are steeling for a no-holds-barred fight with President Donald Trump as the White House ignores subpoenas, denies access to witnesses and otherwise stonewalls congressional oversight in the

Apple CarPlay And Amazon Alexa Now Available For 2018 Camry, 2018 Sienna

The carmaker will notify 2018 Camry and 2018 Sienna owners about the availability of Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa. |
Biden Surges into Lead in Democratic Primary Race

Biden Surges into Lead in Democratic Primary Race

Former Vice President Joe Biden is enjoying a strong start to his 2020 presidential campaign.Several new polls show him surging to a big lead in the 20-person Democratic presidential field following
Report: Anti-Semitic Incidents in US Remain Near Historic Levels in 2018

Report: Anti-Semitic Incidents in US Remain Near Historic Levels in 2018

Attacks on Jews and Jewish institutions in the United States remained near historic levels in 2018, with physical assaults on adherents of the Jewish faith doubling, the Anti-Defamation League
Trump, Erdogan Seek to Ease Rising Tensions Over Russian Missiles

Trump, Erdogan Seek to Ease Rising Tensions Over Russian Missiles

U.S. President Donald Trump spoke with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in an effort to resolve escalating tensions after Ankara said it intended to acquire the S-400, an air and missile
Trump's 2nd Supreme Court Pick Defies Expectations

Trump's 2nd Supreme Court Pick Defies Expectations

President Donald Trump has boasted that adding two conservative justices to the U.S. Supreme Court is among his biggest achievements.However, one of Trump’s picks hasn’t quite followed the
Former Minnesota Policeman Convicted in Fatal Shooting of Australian Woman

Former Minnesota Policeman Convicted in Fatal Shooting of Australian Woman

A former Minneapolis police officer was found guilty on Tuesday of murder for fatally shooting Australian woman from his patrol car while responding to her 2017 report of a possible sex assault near
Decades-old Fight for Women's Equal Rights Goes Before US Lawmakers

Decades-old Fight for Women's Equal Rights Goes Before US Lawmakers

A proposed constitutional amendment to guarantee equal rights for women on Tuesday got its first hearing in nearly four decades in the U.S. Congress, where leaders said the measure could win approval
Lawsuit: US Searches of Phones, Laptops at Airports Rising

Lawsuit: US Searches of Phones, Laptops at Airports Rising

U.S. government searches of travelers' cellphones and laptops at airports and border crossings nearly quadrupled since 2015 and are being conducted for reasons beyond customs and immigration
Exiles Living in Florida Cheer Uprising Attempt in Venezuela

Exiles Living in Florida Cheer Uprising Attempt in Venezuela

Venezuelan exiles in Florida who oppose their country's socialist government jubilantly gathered Tuesday and cheered calls by opposition leader Juan Guaido for a military uprising in their homeland.
Two Dead in Campus Shooting at UNC

Two Dead in Campus Shooting at UNC

A shooting on a North Carolina university campus left two people dead and four wounded Tuesday, prompting a lockdown and causing panic across campus on the last day of classes. UNC Charlotte issued a
Mueller Frustrated With Barr Over Portrayal of Findings

Mueller Frustrated With Barr Over Portrayal of Findings

Special counsel Robert Mueller expressed frustration to Attorney General William Barr last month about how the findings of his Russia investigation were being portrayed, saying he worried that a
Judge: Democrats' Suit Against Trump Over Foreign Payment Can Proceed

Judge: Democrats' Suit Against Trump Over Foreign Payment Can Proceed

A U.S. federal judge ruled on Tuesday that Democrats in Congress can move forward with a lawsuit accusing President Donald Trump of violating the law by accepting gifts or payments from foreign
New Mexico Opens State Migrant Shelter, Criticizes Federal Inaction

New Mexico Opens State Migrant Shelter, Criticizes Federal Inaction

New Mexico's state fairgrounds will begin to house migrant families to take pressure off border cities facing a surge in asylum seekers with no help from the federal government, New Mexico Governor