• $700 Craigslist car find worth millions

    Have you ever looked at a Craigslist car ad and thought, “I wonder if I should take a chance?” Here’s one that was posted on Craigslist in the Tampa Bay area of Florida about five years ago: ”SERIAL # X53L on documented 1953 pre-production Corvette Frame. We believe this to be a 1953 Pontiac prototype that was to assume the name Longoria? Info received todate indicates that ZAGATO designed and PINNAFARINA constructed the body for GM in late 52.” The typos and misspelling might have been one clue that the person who wrote the ad did not know much about the car being offered. “Might anyone have knowledge of some former FISHER BODY executive that could assist in further identifying this automobile?”

    Fox News
  • Drivers Born Between 1953 And 1983 Must Read This

    United States drivers who drive less than 50mi/day will be surprised. If you pay more than $50/month for auto insurance, you better read this...

  • Meet Bill Clinton’s ‘very good friend’ rumored to be his ‘Energizer’

    “I don’t understand why this is such a big deal,” Chappaqua resident Joanna Fisher says of the revelation that Bill Clinton’s nonprofit foundation, the Clinton Global Initiative, pledged $2 million to Energy Pioneer Solutions, a company run by her neighbor Julie Tauber McMahon. “The funniest part of it is, she doesn’t need his $2 million,” Fisher says. “She’s from an extremely wealthy family. We spend that on clothes.” The big deal, of course, is buzz that McMahon is “Energizer” - the woman so dubbed by Secret Service agents because of her regular visits to Clinton’s home in the Westchester hamlet . . . always when Hillary Clinton isn’t around. Last summer, in his book “The First Family Detail:

    New York Post
  • Israel thanks Russia for returning tank from 1982 war

    JERUSALEM - Israel’s prime minister has thanked the Russian President for agreeing to return a tank from a battle in the 1982 Lebanon war from which three soldiers are still missing in action. Benjamin Netanyahu issued a statement Sunday thanking Vladimir Putin. It says that after the war Syria delivered the tank to the Russian army and it later ended up in a Moscow museum. Three soldiers from the Sultan Yacoub battle where the tank was deployed are still MIA. Military service is compulsory in Israel and the fate of the missing soldiers has emotional resonance. Netanyahu addressed the soldiers’ families in the statement saying, “there has been nothing to remember the boys by and no grave to visit

    Washington Post
  • Photographer never forgets

    They say elephants never forget, but in this case, it’s the photographer who never forgets! This animal-loving photographer has spent the last decade snapping incredible photos of majestic African elephants in the wild. Australian native Bobby-Jo Clow, 33, has been taking pictures of beautiful elephants since 2004, when she was left mesmerized after seeing her first wild elephant in Kenya. Since then, she has made regular pilgrimages to southern and eastern Africa to capture the stunning creatures on camera in their natural habitat. Now, Bobby-Jo has narrowed down her thousands of images to just 200 and is planning to create a book of her beautiful pictures, called “Reflections of Elephants,” along with written reflections of writers, poets, conservationists and elephant experts from around the globe. (Caters News Agency) Photography by Bobby-Jo Clow/Caters News Agency Find more news-related photo galleries on the Yahoo News Photo Tumblr !

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  • Girl's freak rodeo death leaves Missouri community reeling

    BUTLER, Mo. - A 12-year-old Missouri girl's death in a freak rodeo accident has many in her community struggling to find words to express their grief for a family who has lived there for generations. Kalee Chandler had just finished her barrel-racing run last Saturday night at an event in Adrian for a veterans' charity when her horse, Sarrley, appeared to have a heart attack. The horse slammed into the fence and rolled onto Kalee, pinning her beneath him. The girl died Monday at a Kansas City hospital and was buried Friday. "She was given that gift from God to ride," said Tracy Murray, who began coaching Kalee in barrel racing when the girl was 7. "And she'd go so fast and furious. She wasn't

    CBS News
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    May be your key to guaranteed retirement income. Get your free report here.

  • Why I had to escape my Ivy League life and disappear

    Nayla Kidd was an engineering student at Columbia University when reports that she had gone missing went viral. She was found perfectly healthy nearly two weeks later, only telling police she wanted to “start fresh.” But the 19-year old’s reason for going off the grid, without informing family or friends, remained a mystery. Here, Kidd reveals to The Post’s Melkorka Licea what triggered her brazen escape from the Ivy League, how she pulled it off and where she goes from here. I  found out I was a missing person on May 14. I had been ignoring the avalanche of calls and texts from friends and family asking where I was and if I was OK. But that night I caved, turned on my phone and decided to look.

    New York Post
  • 40 people shot so far over Memorial Day weekend in Chicago, half of them on West Side

    A string of nearly two dozen shootings on the West Side has pushed the number of people shot during the Memorial Day weekend to at least 40, with two more days to go. As of early Sunday morning, the toll stood at four dead and 36 wounded across the city, including a 15-year-girl shot to death as she rode in a Jeep on Lake Shore Drive near Fullerton Avenue, police said. Last year, 12 people were killed and 44 people were wounded over the holiday weekend. Nineteen of those shot this weekend were wounded in or within a half-mile of the Harrison District on the West Side, police said. The district, one of the city's most violent, is average-sized but has more officers assigned to it than almost any

    Chicago Tribune
  • After a false accusation, aunt now wants to move on

    Dear Amy: A while back, an heirloom necklace of mine went missing. The only person to visit me recently had been my adult niece. I asked my niece why she took my necklace, and told her to return it immediately. My niece kept denying she had even seen my necklace. I was furious with her for lying to me. I went to the police and pressed charges against her for stealing. A few weeks later I found my necklace in the pocket of a coat I had forgotten about. I had wrongfully accused my niece of stealing from me and had pressed charges against her! I’m ashamed to admit that I also insulted her as a parent, her young children and blasted her on several social media sites during those weeks. We live in

    Detroit Free Press
  • Megan Fox absolutely loves being pregnant and here’s why

    Megan Fox’s third pregnancy has been making big news lately, and recently, she spoke to Extra to make some positive headlines about why she loves being pregnant the most. Megan, and on-again-off-again partner Brian Austin Green, already have two children together, and this third pregnancy came as a bit of a surprise to her fans, since the two were reportedly separated when she announced baby number three earlier this year. Apparently Bodhi isn’t that excited about the pregnancy yet, but Noah, Megan’s oldest, is very pumped.

    Hello Giggles