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GM’s luxury brand has revealed the new CT5, which will replace the CTS next year.

18.03.2019, 15:03


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Italian food is the most popular cuisine in the world, survey finds

Considering pizza and pasta exist in the realm of Italian food fare, it’s not hard to imagine this as a conclusion. But now a survey by YouGov strongly supports it. The market research firm found that 99 percent of Italians love Italian food, and over 90 percent of Spaniards, French, Swedes, and Brits favored Italian food above any other foreign cuisine.

17.03.2019, 12:03
Despite its peace, Christchurch painfully used to trauma

Christchurch was more than just physically distant from the bitter strife he had previously known. With its leafy streets, vibrant gardens and green public parks, the Garden City as it is known was even visually a world away from the desolation of his war-scorched past.

17.03.2019, 12:01
Students look to love at New Zealand school hit by tragedy

Two of the students are presumed dead and the third is in the hospital with gunshot wounds.

17.03.2019, 12:01
France cleans up Champs-Elysees after yellow vest rioting

Luxury stores, restaurants and banks on the Champs-Elysees assessed damage Sunday after they were ransacked or blackened by life-threatening fires. Tourists took pictures as shop owners tried to repair broken windows and city workers scrubbed away graffiti.

17.03.2019, 12:01
What I wish I could tell the lost girl I was in college

It saddens me to hear story after story of people having experienced feelings of emptiness, dejection and anxiety throughout their college years. If only they had something – SOMEONE – they could have turned to for comfort. If I could go back and encourage myself – the happy-on-the-outside but panicking-on-the-inside sorority girl, here’s what I would say:

17.03.2019, 11:01
Ken Casey of Dropkick Murphys bloodied by can to his face during Boston brawl

Ken Casey, bassist of the rock band known for Irish-tinged songs including “I’m Shipping Up to Boston,” got involved in a donnybrook at Boston’s House of Blues – ending up with a bloody face after being hit with a can thrown from the crowd.

17.03.2019, 11:00
US Navy vet fighting cancer gets 10-year prison sentence in Iran

U.S. State Department officials informed the family of Michael White about the sentence after receiving the information from the Swiss government, which represents U.S. interests in Iran, said Mark Zaid, White's attorney.

17.03.2019, 10:00
Dead model linked to Silvio Berlusconi ‘bunga bunga’ trial showed ‘symptoms of poisoning’: report

Imane Fadil, 34, died March 1 in a hospital in Milan, where she had been undergoing treatment since Jan. 29 after exhibiting "symptoms of poisoning," Italian news agency ANSA reported, citing information from Milan prosecutor Francesco Greco.

17.03.2019, 09:00
Australian premier sides with egger against egged senator

Sen. Fraser Anning has been widely condemned for blaming Muslim immigration for racist attacks on two New Zealand mosque that claimed at least 50 lives.

17.03.2019, 08:01
Shaquille O’Neal named a Broward County sheriff’s deputy in Florida

The Broward County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday that O’Neal now works as an auxiliary deputy for the department. Details about his duties were not released.

17.03.2019, 08:00
New Zealand digs graves as mosque massacre toll rises to 50

Islamic law calls for bodies to be cleansed and buried as soon as possible after death, usually within 24 hours. But two days after the worst terrorist attack in the country's modern history, relatives remained unsure when they would be able to bury their loved ones.

17.03.2019, 07:01
‘Xena’ star Lucy Lawless, a New Zealand native, sings tribute to mosque shooting victims

Lucy Lawless, who starred on the TV series “Xena: Warrior Princess” from 1995 to 2001, posted a video of herself singing "Hearts are Hurting," a song by Joe Lo Duca that was used on "Xena."

17.03.2019, 07:00
Smart offers advice to Wisconsin town on teen’s kidnapping

Smart spoke to about 1,300 people Friday night at Barron High School. Residents are trying to understand how they can support Jayme Closs, who authorities say escaped from captivity in January, nearly three months after her parents were fatally shot at the family's home outside Barron. Authorities have charged 21-year-old Jake Patterson with killing Jayme's parents and abducting her.

17.03.2019, 04:01
Town calls ‘Flintstone House’ a public nuisance, sues owner

The town of Hillsborough filed a complaint this week against Florence Fang, a media mogul who purchased the orange-and-purple, bulbous-shaped house in 2017.

17.03.2019, 04:01
Andrew McCarthy: Russia legislation shows what’s wrong with Congress

When not calling for a pointless investigation that will enable them to preen in opposition to Vladimir Putin – something Democrats never cared to do prior to Hillary Clinton’s loss and Republicans have done less since Donald Trump’s win – the proposed legislation does what Congress has become best at: delegating its authority to the president, so it can later complain about how he uses it.

17.03.2019, 04:00
April the Giraffe welcomes new calf into the world, park officials say

“Welcome to the world little one!” Animal Adventure Park in New York said on Facebook in announcing the male calf’s birth.

17.03.2019, 03:00
The Latest: 2 favorites in Slovak president vote in the lead

The Slovak statistics Office says that Zuzana Caputova has 38.87 percent of the vote with ballots from over 30 percent of polling stations counted on Saturday. The 45-year-old environmental and anti-corruption activist is in favor of gay rights and opposes a ban on abortion in the conservative Roman Catholic country.

17.03.2019, 02:01
McCain has sharp response to Trump’s John McCain dossier tweet

Quoting former Independent Counsel Ken Starr, the president got the ball rolling when he tweeted about new reports involving Senator McCain. Those reports said that the senator and an associate had shared with the FBI and various media outlets the unverified dossier alleging that Moscow held compromising information on Trump.

17.03.2019, 02:00
Iraq veteran who abused neighbors’ dogs gets 9 years in prison

David C. Herbert, 37, a former Navy corpsman, was convicted last August on six counts of animal cruelty, one count of burglary and four misdemeanor counts of vandalism for harming two separate families’ dogs, one of which remains missing, Fox5 reported.

17.03.2019, 02:00
Casino robbery suspect dies after shootout with police

Police Capt. Nichole Splinter said the suspect robbed the packed casino Friday night and was confronted by four officers as he tried to carjack a vehicle in the valet lot.

17.03.2019, 01:01
Paris Jackson denies suicide attempt reports, blasts Bethenny Frankel for ‘lies’

Multiple reports alleged that the model and actress was hospitalized after slitting her wrists at her Los Angeles home Saturday morning and was placed on a 5150 psychiatric hold, but a source close to the starlet tells Fox News that the reports were untrue — and Jackson herself denied the claims.

17.03.2019, 01:00
Police: Body in Minnesota appears to be missing 2-year-old

The discovery of the child's body came hours after officials had put out a plea asking "the entire nation" to help find Noelani Robinson, whose father, Dariaz Higgins, is charged with killing her mom in Milwaukee on Monday. Police had said the child could be anywhere because her parents had traveled through numerous states.

17.03.2019, 00:01
Suspect arrested in murder of reputed mob boss

Anthony Comello was arrested in New Jersey in the death of Francesco Cali on Wednesday in front of his Staten Island home, said Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea, who stressed that the investigation is in its early stages.

17.03.2019, 00:01
Self-driving cars begin transporting groceries to Texas homes

Now, it's self-driving cars to make the delivery.

17.03.2019, 00:00
Chris Hemsworth shares selfie with quokka in Australia

Forget kangaroos and koalas. Hemsworth snagged his “first quokka selfie” while visiting Rottnest Island, he wrote in the caption. In the photo, the actor appeared to making a face similar to that of the furry critter.

17.03.2019, 00:00
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s supporters ring in her birthday by exercising outside Supreme Court

In honor of her turning 86, fans of Ginsburg – who is known for her rigorous exercise regimen – assumed the plank position outside the Supreme Court in Washington, while belting out “Happy Birthday,” The Associated Press reported.

16.03.2019, 23:00
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