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BMW Recalls 49K Motorcycles Because You Need Both Wheels To Stay Attached

Most motorcycles come with just two wheels and those components are crucial to the operation of the bike. That’s why BMW recalled 49,000 motorcycles in the U.S. and Canada. The Associated Press reports that BMW initiated the recall covering several models produced between 2005 and 2011 after finding that the rear wheel can loosen. BWM says the bolt that holds … [More]

Zayn Malik worried he’s letting down his fans by exiting One Direction

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON — Zayn Malik says he worries that he’s let One Direction... The post Zayn Malik worried he’s letting down his fans by exiting One Direction appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.

Monsanto to Pay for Uncontrolled Releases of Toxic Chemicals in Idaho

Biotech giant Monsanto will pay $600,000 in fines in an agreement to settle a lawsuit over the release of toxic chemicals at its Soda Springs, Idaho phosphate plant, the Associated Press reported.

AP Stylebook change: BLT is now acceptable on first reference

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BLT. Delicious and OK on first reference. On Friday morning, people at the American Copy Editors Society conference will get a preview of some of the changes coming to the 2015 edition of The Associated Press Stylebook. I asked David...Show More Summary

Newswire: Fred Durst is still not The Jinx’s Robert Durst, thanks

Fred Durst would like the public to know that, despite all the horrible crimes he’s committed against society and any recent suppositions made by the Associated Press, he is not the same person as Robert Durst, accused murderer and subject of HBO’s hit documentary series The Jinx. Show More Summary

Colorado Allows Edibles As Long As They Don't Look Like Real Food

The ruling is a major blow to the marijuana industry. Pot brownies are legal in Colorado as long as they don't look like actual brownies. The Associated Press reports that lawmakers voted unanimously against a bill that would loosen the requirements on what can be sold as an edible, or food item infused with marijuana. Show More Summary

The Unthinkable Scale of the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Slate has partnered with Brooklyn Brewery to bring its hit war correspondent interview series to our readers. In this first installment, Steve Hindy, founder of Brooklyn Brewery and a former Associated Press foreign correspondent himself, sits down with Deborah Amos, NPR's Middle East correspondent and the author of Eclipse of the Sunnis. Show More Summary

The Tragic Lives of Damascus Prostitutes

Slate has partnered with Brooklyn Brewery and RISC to bring its hit war correspondent interview series to our readers. In this first installment, Steve Hindy, founder of Brooklyn Brewery and a former Associated Press foreign correspondent, sits down with Deborah Amos, NPR's Middle East correspondent and the author of Eclipse of the Sunnis. Show More Summary

Lawrence of Arabia, the Man 

Slate has partnered with Brooklyn Brewery and RISC to bring its war correspondent interview series to our readers. In this second installment, Steve Hindy, founder of Brooklyn Brewery and a former Associated Press foreign correspondent,...Show More Summary

Wilf family pledges additional $19.5 million for new Vikings stadium

The Wilf family, owners of the Minneosta Vikings, has pledged an additional $19.5 million toward the construction of the new Vikings stadium. According to the Associated Press, the additional funds will go toward enhancements in the plaza, food service equipment, entertainment areas in the stadium, upgrades to retractable seating and a deck that will overlook…

The Disappearing Borders of the Middle East

Slate has partnered with Brooklyn Brewery and RISC to bring its hit war correspondent interview series to our readers. In this second installment, Steve Hindy, founder of Brooklyn Brewery and a former Associated Press foreign correspondent,...Show More Summary

Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst Reminds Fans He is Not Robert Durst With "Not Robert" Sweatshirt

The Associated Press mistakenly identified NYC real estate mogul Robert Durst as the former singer for the band. read more

Finding the Real T. E. Lawrence

Slate has partnered with Brooklyn Brewery and RISC to bring its hit war correspondent interview series to our readers. In this second installment, Steve Hindy, founder of Brooklyn Brewery and a former Associated Press foreign correspondent,...Show More Summary

Aaron Hernandez's Fiancee Reportedly Asked to Testify at Odin Lloyd Murder Trial

According to Michelle R. Smith of The Associated Press (via Yahoo Sports), Shayanna Jenkins, the fiancee of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, will go in front of a jury on Friday and possibly testify in Hernandez's murder trial. In February, Bristol Superior Court Judge E. Show More Summary

Inside the Mayweather-Pacquiao Deal From Showtime’s Stephen Espinoza

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao Associated Press If it were up to Stephen Espinoza, executive vice president and general manager of Showtime Sports, Floyd Mayweather Jr. will one day be a boxing commentator for Showtime. That is,...Show More Summary

The Trauma of T. E. Lawrence

Slate has partnered with Brooklyn Brewery and RISC to bring its hit war correspondent interview series to our readers. In this second installment, Steve Hindy, founder of Brooklyn Brewery and a former Associated Press foreign correspondent,...Show More Summary

Celine Dion to return to Las Vegas stage

The Associated Press LAS VEGAS — Celine Dion is returning to The Colosseum stage at... The post Celine Dion to return to Las Vegas stage appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.

Is bureaucratic red tape hindering how special ops can do its job?

An Associated Press investigation reveals that government bureaucrats have blocked several requests by Army special operations troops for software they say they need. Continue reading ? The post Is bureaucratic red tape hindering how special ops can do its job? appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Jose Lantigua; phony Ranger, phony dead guy

The Associated Press tells the story of this Jose Lantigua fellow who faked his own death to cheat insurance companies out of eight million bucks, and, oh, guess what? He pretended to be a Ranger before he faked his death; Lantigua, who had emigrated to the U.S. as a youth, purchased Circle K Furniture in […]

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