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Buick’s Avista Concept Seriously Pissed Off Some People at GM: Report

You remember the Avista — the sexy concept coupe unveiled by Buick at the North American International Auto Show in January (before being spirited away forever)? Apparently, several people at General Motors weren’t happy that the concept’s shapely flanks and lithe profile saw the light of day, despite favorable reaction from the media. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton's Speech at the Democratic National Convention: A Powerful Rebuke of Donald Trump?

PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Thursday Americans faced challenges at home and abroad that demand steady leadership and a collective spirit, and attacked Republican Donald Trump for sowing...Show More Summary

Jimmy Page Finally Addresses 'Stairway To Heaven' Plagiarism Trial

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

In June, Led Zeppelin won a copyright lawsuit that claimed the band plagiarized the 1968 song “Taurus” by American rock band Spirit for the intro to “Stairway to Heaven.” The estate of Randy Wolfe, Spirit guitarist and vocalist, specifically...Show More Summary

American Ninja Warrior Recap: The Dog Days

Tonight, we return to sweet home Indianapolis, where the warriors have never been stronger, or more adorable. An entomologist! A free spirit! A man who jumps off of buildings! A man who likes dogs! And yet, despite their many differences, they are all united by one thing: a raging thirst ... More »

American Spirit Cigarettes — Tobacco is back with ad deception…

On August 27, 2015, the Food and Drug Administration sent a warning letter to Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Co. Inc. and Reynolds American Inc., the company that owns Santa Fe Natural Tobacco and produces American Spirit cigarettes. The suit alleges that American Spirit packaging contains words such as “additive free” and “natural” that misled smokers... Show More Summary

Hennessy Takes Aim At American Cognac Drinkers

American drinkers are warming up to brown spirits like never before. With over 20-million cases sold in the U.S. in 2015 alone, whiskey, rye, bourbon and cognac are moving major units. A major part of this surge comes from cognac. And when it comes to cognac, Hennessy is king. Show More Summary

Routes: Alaska, JetSuite, Southwest, United, American, Spirit, Frontier

In domestic route news, Alaska will add several routes into Newark; JetSuite plans a new California Corridor route; Southwest has its eye on Long Beach-Las Vegas service; United and American grow at Memphis; and Frontier and Spirit expand their Florida presence. Show More Summary

Obama targets 1 gigawatt of solar for lower income homes by 2020

The Obama Administration wants to make solar energy available to every American regardless of income. In that spirit, the White House just announced a partnership with six federal agencies – the Clean Energy Savings For All Initiative – to bring 1 gigawatt (GW) of solar to low- and moderate- income families by 2020. Show More Summary

Oliver Stone At ‘Snowden’ Panel: Pokemon Go Is “A New Level Of Invasion” – Comic-Con

A spirited discussion of civil liberties, privacy and the role of government in the lives of Americans was the order of business during today’ Snowden panel in Hall H at Comic-Con. The event featured not only appearances by Snowden stars...Show More Summary

This Woman Is Shaking Up the Spirits Industry with Whisky Made from Rice

Kikori may not be the first rice whisky in the American market, but it is the first 100-percent rice-based Japanese whisky in the US. And we all know what happens when Japan tries its hand at whisky: They pretty much perfect the hell out of it.

Unlocking the Promise of Broadband for All Americans

Benjamin Franklin. Thomas Edison. George Washington Carver. Samuel Morse. America is a nation of inventors, and invention has spurred American growth since its inception, to the benefit of all Americans. That same spirit of invention...Show More Summary

When Finnish students visit an American high school, students show mutual admiration

‘Why can’t we have that?’ Students from Finland praise school spirit while American students marvel at small class sizes, free college and universal health care.

The American Promise in a Free Refill

For the week of July 4th, we asked writers to describe a person, object, or experience that they think captures a distinctly American spirit.

The U.S. Airlines and Routes Approved for Flights to Havana

Earlier this year, the Department of Transportation gave the go-ahead to resume passenger flights from the U.S. to Cuba. This week, they proposed to award eight airlines service to Havana: American, Delta, United, Southwest, Spirit, Alaska, Frontier, and JetBlue. Read more...

American Exceptionalism on Ice

For the week of July 4th, we asked writers to describe a person, object, or experience that they think captures a distinctly American spirit.

DOT Grants Havana Flights to 8 US Airlines – Airline & City Details Here

Alaska, American, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, and United have been tentatively granted rights to fly from the US to Havana, Cuba! In the tentative decision, DOT stated that this proceeding provides an opportunity toShow More Summary

AA/UA Fare War NYC to 10 cities under $100 one way

Continuing a survey of low fares introduced by American and United Airlines as they battle Virgin America, Spirit, Frontier, JetBlue and each other across the USA with attacks on Delta hubs, but little competitive response from Delta. Show More Summary

The Corrupted American Innocence of Archie Comics

For the week of July 4th, we asked writers to describe a person, object, or experience that they think captures a distinctly American spirit.

7 Idyllic A-Frame Homes You Can Buy for Less Than $300K

Keep that 1970s spirit alive With gabled roofs, decks, and plenty of funk, the A-frame has been an iconic American architectural style since its heyday in the 1960s and 1970s. Today, the style is also known for its value. While prices on chalets or cabins can soar into the millions, the A-frame remains relatively inexpensive across the United States. Show More Summary

Coyotes, the Ultimate American Tricksters

For the week of July 4th, we asked writers to describe a person, object, or experience that they think captures a distinctly American spirit.

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