The teens have since been arrested.
Audio of a Gold Star widow’s conversation with President Donald Trump, who called to offer his condolences for the loss of her husband, was released on Friday. After her husband, a staff sergeant in the U.S. Army, was killed while serving in Afghanistan, President Trump called her to offer his deepest sympathies, The Washington Post reports: “Gold star widow Natasha De Alencar released the audio of a phone conversation she had with President Donald Trump in April about the death of her husband who was killed in Afghanistan. “‘I am so sorry to hear about the whole situation. What a horrible thing, except that he’s an unbelievable hero,’ Trump told her in the call about her husband Army Staff Sgt.
A California mother is speaking out to remind autumn revelers across the country of a common danger that may be lurking in pumpkin patches.
When it comes to saving big, small changes are a good start. "If you try to downsize your house, get rid of all yours cars and make all of these drastic changes, it's so overwhelming and you're not going to do any of it," says self-made millionaire Chris Reining, who banked over half his income to retire at age 37. "The small changes will lead you to be able to make the big changes." You could start by saving on toothpaste, for instance. Why Mark Cuban and other famous people don't use credit cards 10:18 AM ET Fri, 26 May 2017 | 00:58 In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, billionaire Mark Cuban shared exactly how to do that: Buy in bulk and on sale. "It's so hard to make a return on regular
Jim Carrey’s late girlfriend Cathriona White forged STD test results in a prior attempt to extort the actor, Carrey’s legal team claims in an explosive new court filing
Australian models Kate Wasley and Georgia Gibbs went viral a few months ago when Gibbs posted a photo that emphasized the friends' different body shapes.
When shopping for a new car, more than half of drivers cite reliability as the top thing they look for in a vehicle. After all, no matter how slick your new car looks, if it breaks down when you need it, you’ve basically got a 4,000-pound paperweight. With that in mind, Consumer Reports has released its annual list of the most reliable cars you can buy today, as well as the least . These rankings are based on the Annual Reliability Survey . The survey looks at 17 key trouble areas, ranging from brakes that squeak to transmission repairs that fall outside of warranty. They survey 400,000 car owners, who have a combined 640,000 vehicles between them. Their survey found that it was often entirely new models of vehicles or completely redesigned vehicles that came with the most problems. Consumer Reports also identified infotainment systems as a pain point for many drivers as well. To calculate the score, Consumer Reports weighted the severity of the problems with the vehicle to develop a Predicted Reliability Score. They combined it with test track data, owner satisfaction survey results and safety data to create an Overall Score. These vehicles are the ten highest scoring, and the ten lowest. If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, here are the cars to consider - and to potentially avoid. All prices in U.S. dollars. Download the Yahoo Finance app, available for Apple and Android .
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