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    A MUM decided to get the best revenge after finding her neighbour's car parked in her drive. The maddened parent, who claimed to only have popped out for a quick trip, explained what had happened on the popular forum, Mumsnet. 2The furious mum took it to Mumsnet to explain the situationCredit: Getty "I've just popped out for ten minutes, I came home and there’s a car parked on my drive. "I live in a busy walking area, but there’s tons of street parking available, so no idea why they’ve used my drive rather than using that." According to the post, she responded by blocking the offender in with her own vehicle. However, the joys of revenge didn't last very long, as she then immediately started feeling guilty about her actions, realising she was also blocking two of her neighbours' driveways. read more neighbour storiesPARKING PROBLEM A neighbour called me an ‘a**hole’ after I had his car towed - was I wrong? "Good news is I’ve parked them in. The bad news is that none of my neighbours (two houses) can...
    A LUCKY Atlanta man won $300,000 on a scratch-off after visiting friends in South Carolina.  According to the South Carolina Education Lottery, the man won last week in Spartanburg. 1The lottery is available in 44 statesCredit: Getty The winner stopped at the Lil Cricket convenience store for a bottle of water and decided to purchase a $10 lottery ticket called Retro Riches. Once he played the scratcher in the parking lot, he was shocked at his major win. “I freaked out. I ran back in the store and gave the clerk a hug,” the winner told WSB TV. His winnings were a 1-in-a-million chance to grab the prize, according to the South Carlina Education Lottery. Read More on Lottery WinnersLUCKY PICK Lottery pro reveals seven strategies for picking scratch-offsBEATING THE ODDS I won $255 on scratch-off tickets – see the exact ones and how many I got Multiple sources revealed that the Lil Cricket store received a $3,000 commission for the sale of the claimed ticket. Lottery spokesperson Holli Armstrong told the Charlotte Observer that the winner didn’t want to...
    A MAN who had to stop at a gas station to use the restroom ended up walking away with a $1million prize. Solomon Garens, 45, was traveling from Ohio to Florida when he reluctantly pulled over at RaceTrac gas station in Palm Coast. 1Each roll of scratchers distributed is guaranteed to have a certain number of winners Solomon told iHeart that he was drained from a long day of driving, but ultimately decided to stop for some water and a quick restroom break. "I was exhausted. We had promised the kids we would visit family in Florida before summer ended," Solomon told the Florida Lottery. Solomon must have been feeling lucky because he decided to purchase a Gold Rush Limited Scratch-Off ticket. After returning to the car he started scratching the ticket and quickly realized he was the big winner. Read More on Lottery WinnersWINNER WINNER I’m a lottery expert - five strategies for winning, including lucky numberslotto luck I won lottery twice in 5 weeks - the strategy I used to boost my prize FIVE-FOLD "When I saw...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Japan’s “Drive My Car” has won the Oscar for best international feature. Based on a short story by Haruki Murakami, “Drive My Car” was directed by Ryusuke Hamaguchi, who is also nominated for co-writing the screenplay. “Drive My Car” is also nominated for best picture. It’s the fifth time a film from Japan has won the award, and the first time since 2008. It beat out Italy’s “The Hand of God,” Norway’s “The Worst Person in the World,” Denmark’s “Flee” and Bhutan’s “Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom.” ___ For more of AP’s Oscar coverage visit: https://apnews.com/hub/academy-awards Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    By The Associated Press The Latest on the Oscars (all times local): 6: 35 p.m. Japan’s “Drive My Car” has won the Oscar for best international feature. Based on a short story by Haruki Murakami, “Drive My Car” was directed by Ryusuke Hamaguchi, who is also was nominated for co-writing the screenplay. “Drive My Car” is also nominated for best picture. It’s the fifth time a film from Japan has won the award, and the first time since 2008. It beat out Italy’s “The Hand of God,” Norway’s “The Worst Person in the World,” Denmark’s “Flee” and Bhutan’s “Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom.” ___ THE BACK-TO-NORMAL ACADEMY AWARDS — Oscars kick off with Beyoncé, awards for ‘Dune’ and DeBose — Jessica Chastain, Saniyya Sidney beam on Oscars red carpet — Early winners at the Oscars include ‘Tammy Faye,’ ‘Dune’ — Lin-Manuel Miranda misses show after COVID scare For complete coverage of this year’s Oscars, visit: https://apnews.com/hub/academy-awards ___ HERE’S WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING: 6:20p.m. Troy Kotsur has won the best supporting actor Oscar for his role in “CODA.” Kotsur on...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Two local schools put their rivalry to good use and helped give back to those in need. Riverview took on Springdale in the 2nd annual ‘Souper Bowl.’ The competition helps give back to local food banks. This year, Springdale won, taking the title away from Riverview, who won last year. (Photo Credit: KDKA Photojournalist Scott Danka) Springdale raised around 1,600 items with Riverview raising around 1,400. As part of the friendly wager, Riverview administrators and the school principal have to wear Springdale spirit gear to deliver the items.
    FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Marina Alex closed with a birdie on the par-5 18th for a 7-under 65 and a share of the first-round lead with Nasa Hataoka on Thursday in the windy LPGA Drive On Championship at Crown Colony. Alex birdied all four par-5 holes and had five birdies in a row on Nos. 9-13 in her bogey-free morning round. The 31-year-old American won the 2018 Portland Classic for her lone LPGA Tour title. “I really putted nicely today,” Alex said. “The first couple holes were kind of tough just getting used to the wind and figuring out how far everything was playing.” Hataoka, also playing in the morning wave, finished with a birdie on the par-5 ninth. The 23-year-old Japanese player, ranked No. 9 in the world, won twice last year and has five career LPGA Tour victories. “I was focused on my putting routine today and that really helped me putt really well,” Hataoka said. Patty Tavatanakit of Thailand was a stroke back in the 54-hole event with Leona Maguire of Ireland, Linnea Johansson of Sweden...
    Formula One drivers have been warned they will not be allowed to compete in the Australian Grand Prix if they are not vaccinated. The showpiece is usually the season-opener, but will be third on the 2022 calendar due to planning amid Covid restrictions. Officials will be keen to avoid a repeat of the controversial and incredibly public saga surrounding Novak Djokovic’s cancelled visa. The Australian Grand Prix authorities have already told F1 drivers that they will not be allowed to compete if they are not jabbed, according to the Mirror. Race chief executive Andrew Westacott insisted that rules are clear and all racers and staff must be fully inoculated to attend.   F1 drivers have been warned they must be vaccinated to compete at the Australian Grand Prix Novak Djokovic was deported from Melbourne after his entry into the country was revoked RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 3 Next Lewis Hamilton is staying quiet because he wants to distance... Lewis Hamilton's F1 career hangs in the balance after... Ralf Schumacher hits out at Lewis Hamilton...
    NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Film Critics Circle on Friday named “Drive My Car,” Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s intimate three-hour epic and Haruki Murakami’s short story adaptation, the best film of the year. Hamaguchi’s film, about a widowed actor played by Hidetoshi Nishijima, has been widely hailed since its debut earlier in the year at the Cannes Film Festival, where it won for best screenplay. “Drive My Car,” which recently opened in limited theatrical release, is Japan’s submission to the Academy Awards. It’s only the second time in the last four decades that the critics’ top honor went to a non English-language film. (The other was Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” three years ago.) Jane Campion’s Montana gothic drama “The Power of the Dog” led all films with three awards. Campion took best director, Benedict Cumberbatch won best actor and best supporting actor went to Kodi Smit-McPhee. The New York critics, as it typically does, otherwise spread its honors around. Best actress went to Lady Gaga for her performance as Patrizia Reggiani in Ridley Scott’s “House of Gucci.” Kathryn...
    Liberal activists might have chased Sen. Kyrsten Sinema into a bathroom, but they will not succeed in chasing her out of the Democratic Party. Sen. Joe Manchin is not switching parties either, no matter how many West Virginia Democrats kayak up to his houseboat, where he lives in Washington when Congress is in session, to pressure the 74-year-old former governor to support President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion domestic spending package in its current form. Sinema, 45, is equally unflappable despite liberal threats to oust her in a Democratic primary if she continues opposing the existing draft of Biden’s “reconciliation” bill. The reason is simple: On key cultural and policy matters that influence political partisanship, Manchin and Sinema are out of step with the Republican Party. “Red-state Democrats choose the party and stick with it because it's the best place for them and what they care about, and usually for reasons that the other parties can't match,” said a Democratic strategist with experience running races in GOP territory. “That doesn’t mean Kyrsten Sinema wants to be followed into the bathroom.” Liberal...
    Which films have won Best Picture at the Golden Globes and Oscars? Biggest Boomtowns in Every State Bryson DeChambeau's first crack at the Professional Long Drivers of America World Championships came to an end Friday when the hulking PGA Tour star was eliminated on the final day of the competition after making it to the final eight. DeChambeau transitioned into the event straight off a successful 2-0-1 showing at the Ryder Cup and made it through several preliminary rounds of the competition in Mesquite, Nevada. © Provided by CBS Sports A crowd roared as he squared off with the world's longest bombers in Friday's finale. The moment seemed made for DeChambeau, who thrived at the Ryder Cup on the adulation of galleries imploring him to attempt audacious drives. At one point Friday, he pumped his fist in celebration after cranking one more than 400 yards. On Day 1, he surpassed the 400-yard mark four times, and he continued blasting away throughout the week, even while battling strong headwinds at times. DeChambeau led the PGA Tour with a 323.7-yard driving...
    La Brea Star Zyra Gorecki on Representing Fellow Amputees in Historic Series Regular Role Home Prices Surged Again in July, Bringing 19.7% Increases For The Year Hot on the heels of a big Ryder Cup victory with Team USA, golfer Bryson DeChambeau advanced in the Professional Long Drivers Association World Championships in Mesquite, Nev. © Gary C. Klein/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin via Imagn Content Services, LLC Bryson DeChambeau Sunday: Win the Ryder Cup Tuesday: 412-yard bombs in a long drive [email protected]_DeChambeau's having himself some fun. pic.twitter.com/fVnWwvU93s— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) September 28, 2021 DeChambeau, 28, tied for second place on the first day of the event Tuesday, hitting drives of 412, 408, 407, 403 and 401 yards en route to advancing to the next round. "I felt like I just won something today, I won a big PGA tournament, even though I just qualified for the next day, because it's my first time," DeChambeau said, via ESPN. "Being out there the first set was a little nerve-wracking for me, I wasn't comfortable. But going through the second, third, fourth, fifth, I...
    Back in 2018, when there was talk he might run for president, Andrew Cuomo insisted there was only one reason he would leave office early. And it wasn’t the White House. “The only caveat,” he said, “is if God strikes me dead.” Another possibility will be realized this week, when the Democrat resigns in disgrace, his allies gone, his legacy stained by allegations of sexual harassment. This ending was not brought about by a bolt from the heavens, but by 11 women who told their stories to investigators. For those who watched Cuomo’s daily COVID-19 briefings and saw a beacon of strength and competence, Cuomo’s departure from the governor’s mansion may seem a stunning reversal. For New Yorkers, and especially those who butted heads with Cuomo, it is a story about how his drive to dominate made him the master of New York politics and brought about his downfall. “My natural instinct is to be aggressive, and it doesn’t always serve me well,” Cuomo acknowledged in a recent memoir detailing his response to the pandemic. “I am a controlling personality....
    VIDEO3:1003:10JPMorgan on why China's consumer prices are not expected to rise furtherStreet Signs Asia The recent surge in producer prices in China will not likely to drive up costs for consumers, says JPMorgan Private Bank's Alex Wolf. "We don't see (producer inflation) really going into consumer prices. They've risen a bit, but we don't see much of a further rise in consumer prices that would force the (People's Bank of China) to act in any way," said Wolf, who is head of investment strategy for Asia at the firm. Producer inflation "has likely peaked and likely come down," while consumer prices in some cases are also appearing to peak, he told CNBC's "Street Signs Asia" on Monday.Read more about China from CNBC ProJPMorgan picks its favorite Chinese stocks on everything from hydrogen to EV batteries Wedbush says Tesla faces a 'moment of truth' in China with recall Jim Cramer says he feels better about Apple's China exposure after Nike earnings Soaring production costs in China, largely due to surging commodity prices, have cut into profits for manufacturers. Official data released...
    In this article MCDVehicles sit in drive-thru lanes at a McDonald's Corp. restaurant in Princeton, Illinois.Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesAt 10 McDonald's locations in Chicago, workers aren't taking down customers' drive-thru orders for McNuggets and french fries — a computer is, CEO Chris Kempczinski said Wednesday. Kempczinski said the restaurants using the voice-ordering technology are seeing about 85% order accuracy. Only about a fifth of orders need to be a taken by a human at those locations, he said, speaking at Alliance Bernstein's Strategic Decisions conference. Over the last decade, restaurants have been leaning more into technology to improve the customer experience and help save on labor. In 2019, under former CEO Steve Easterbrook, McDonald's went on a spending spree, snapping up restaurant tech. One of those acquisitions was Apprente, which uses artificial intelligence software to take drive-thru orders. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Kempczinski said the technology will likely take more than one or two years to implement. "Now there's a big leap from going to 10 restaurants in Chicago to 14,000 restaurants across...
    Containers and trucks at the port of Qingdao, China on February 14, 2019.Reuters BEIJING — China's economy was buoyed by strong exports last year, but that boost is waning. The country's customs agency said Tuesday that in dollar terms, exports rose 30.6% in March from a year ago, missing expectations for growth of 35.5%. Looking ahead to the next three months, customs spokesperson Li Kuiwen told reporters that last year's high base poses challenges for trade in the second quarter. In addition, Li said the resurgence of Covid-19 cases and overseas uncertainties — such as the Suez Canal blockage — mean China still has a long way to go in achieving stable growth in trade. Chinese authorities would like to shift the economy's reliance to private consumption for growth, and away from manufacturing of goods for export. But the category still plays a significant role in the overall economy. Last year, Chinese factories were able to resume production far earlier that those in other countries still struggling with the pandemic.VIDEO3:1003:10Economist Stephen Roach says he's concerned about escalating U.S.-China rhetoricSquawk Box...
    Dr. Oz and Mara Schiavocampo break down how to enjoy a fast-food burger the System 21 way. Dieting can be hard in itself, but it’s even more daunting to find diet-friendly meals when on the go or grabbing takeaway.  We’ve got you covered with our System 21 guide for Oz-approved drive-thru and takeout meals that won’t ruin your diet.  From options at your local sandwich shop to your favorite burger place and even taco Tuesday, Dr. Oz helps you hack the menu so you can make the right choice for your health and waistline. Watch THE DR. OZ SHOW, weekdays at 3 p.m. on CBS 62. Related
    Austin Ernst won the Drive On Championship on Sunday for her third LPGA Tour title, pulling away to beat fellow former NCAA champion Jennifer Kupcho by five strokes at Golden Ocala. Tied for the lead with Kupcho after each of the first two rounds and a stroke ahead entering the day, Ernst closed with a 2-under 70 to finish the wire-to-wire victory at 15-under 273. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "I think it’s just really cool to be in the heat of it all week and to be able to perform the way I did," Ernst said. "To hit the shots I hit, and to shoot the scores I shot, I think it’s just kind of testament to me, that I can do this week in and week out and just if I have a little belief myself kind of what I can do." Kupcho, coming off a closing eagle Saturday, had a double bogey and three bogeys in a 74. Following sisters Jessica and Nelly Korda in the first two events of the year, Ernst gave...
    OCALA, Fla. (AP) — Austin Ernst won the Drive On Championship on Sunday for her third LPGA Tour title, pulling away to beat fellow former NCAA champion Jennifer Kupcho by five strokes at Golden Ocala. Tied for the lead with Kupcho after each of the first two rounds and a stroke ahead entering the day, Ernst closed with a 2-under 70 to finish at 15-under 273. Kupcho, coming off a closing eagle Saturday, had a double bogey and three bogeys in a 74. Following sisters Jessica and Nelly Korda in the first two events of the year, Ernst gave the United States three straight victories to open a season for the first time since 2007. The 29-year-old former LSU star from South Carolina, showing her school spirit with a purple shirt, also won the 2014 Portland Classic and the 2020 NW Arkansas Championship. She won the NCAA title in 2011. With brother Drew, a former player at Coastal Carolina, working as her caddie, Ernst birdied Nos. 4-7 to get to 17 under, but dropped back with bogeys on Nos. 12...
    Regina King Reacts to Her Dog Stealing the Spotlight at the 2021 Golden Globes Best Retirement Planning Tools and Software The Korda sisters won the first two events of the LPGA season and are now grouped together for the third tournament along with World No. 1 Jin Young Ko. The star-studded trio tees off at 8:11 a.m. EST in Ocala, Florida. Fans can catch the action live on Golf Channel Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST. (Same times for Round 2.) © Provided by Golfweek In fact, all four rounds of the event will be televised live. The weekend coverage will be broadcast from 2:30-5:30 p.m. EST. Nelly Korda won her fourth LPGA title, and first on American soil, last week at the Gainbridge LPGA, one month after her sister, Jessica, claimed the season-opening Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions. The two sisters were grouped alongside Danielle Kang in the final round of the TOC. Nelly, 22, moved up to No. 3 in the world after her victory in Orlando. Jessica, 28, dropped down to 18th after a...
    The mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is a powerful sports car capable of acellerating to 60 mph in under 3.0 seconds and hitting a top speed of 194 mph, but not when it's new. Like many cars, Chevy advises that you take it easy during a 500-mile break-in period, but the Corvette makes sure that you do. (Fox News Autos) Mike Kociba, the assistant chief engineer for the Stingray's 6.2-liter V8, revealed to the Detroit Free Press that the car's compupter has been programmed to limit power until the 500 mile mark has been reached. Kociba said the engine management system reduces maximum torque available from 470 lb-ft to 330 lb-ft in first and second gear and limits the redline to 4,000 rpm. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP "People were really rolling the dice when they opened up the engine too soon 10 or 20 years ago," Kociba said. However, if you've got your foot to the floor when the odometer ticks over from 499 to 500, you won't feel a boost, because the car needs to be turned...
    Former Center for Disease Control (CDC) Director Dr. Tom Frieden told "CAVUTO Live" on Saturday it’s critical Americans "double down" on coronavirus protection protocols as cases, infection rates, hospitalizations, and deaths are still "astronomically high." The CDC has updated their guidance Thursday on the coronavirus vaccine administration stating that the first and second approved doses can be given up to six weeks apart. The agency published the changes amid a shortage in vaccine supply. Frieden provided insight into the updated coronavirus guidelines and warned Americans may be "over the danger level" if not careful. EX-CDC CHIEF DR. TOM FRIEDEN: This is the most complicated vaccination program in United States’ history and the two-dose series makes it even more complex and what the C.D.C. is saying is basically, get the two doses as scheduled. 21 days for Pfizer, 28 days for Moderna, but if there’s an extreme problem, it’s okay if it has to be delayed for a couple of weeks or in certain circumstances, if you have to get the other vaccine, but really, better to get...
    Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., said Wednesday she would not allow the "left-wing media" or her Democratic opponent, Rev. Raphael Warnock, to drive the country toward socialism. "I've been blessed to live the American dream," Loeffler told "Outnumbered Overtime" in response to a lengthy New York Times article examining her upbringing, Wall Street background and staunchly pro-Trump voting record.  "I was born and raised on a farm, grew up working in the fields, waitressed my way through school, and built a successful career, based on free enterprise," she added. "That's what I'm fighting for. Democrats want to bring socialism to our country. Raphael Warnock would be a rubber stamp for socialism, and we're not going to let that stand ... The left-wing media wants to take us toward socialism, and we're not going to stand for that here in Georgia." The Times portrayed Loeffler as being cagey about her family's "prosperous" farming background and suggesting her successful Wall Street career contradicts her pitch as an advocate for hard-working Georgians. The article was not entirely negative, however, quoting people who described her as driven and professional. WARNOCK'S FORMER GROUP, UNDER FRAUD INVESTIGATION,...
    After a gap of nearly nine years, another Schumacher will soon step into the F1 paddock. This time, it will be young 21-year-old Ferrari junior Mick Schumacher. Mick was yesterday confirmed by Haas as one of their two drivers for the 2021 season. Naturally, there will be a lot of expectations from ‘Schumi Junior,’ who has so far done a good job excelling in the junior levels of racing. Haas F1 team principal, Guenther Steiner, a man often known to be a realist, believes there should not be any unnecessary pressure on Mick. People should be patient about Mick Schumacher, says Steiner Steiner stated, “We know that we cannot win races with our car, but even in a top car he wouldn’t be winning in his first year, because going into Mercedes up against Lewis Hamilton, you are not going to win!” Considering he comes from a lineage of drivers with a rich history in the sport, there will certain be external pressure on Mick to deliver in F1. However, Steiner feels that people should be honest enough to understand...
    Twitter: FNAssist / Epic Games Anyone who has been following the plot of Fortnite Season 4 up to this point knows that Galactus will be here in just a matter of days. Each day, he seems to get larger and larger, and eventually, he’ll be at his full size and ready to destroy the island. Depending on which way you look while on the map or the helicarrier, you’ll be able to see his head poking out of the water, but won’t be able to do much else with him. So, naturally, there’s a new bug that’ll actually allow you to ride the Battle Bus towards him to get an up-close look at the Marvel villain. Here’s how to do it.How to Visit GalactusVideoVideo related to new fortnite bug lets you drive right into galactus2020-11-29T13:13:50-05:00 YouTuber Glitch King, a person who specializes in discovering game-breaking glitches, has discovered something that’ll allow you to head straight into the foe while remaining in the bus. Although you won’t be able to actually get out and interact with him yourself, you’ll...
    POSITIVITY RATES MANHATTAN - 2.3% BROOKLYN -  3.9% QUEENS - 4.6%  BRONX - 5.1% STATEN ISLAND  - 4.5% NYC WHOLE - 2.5% NY STATE -  2.6%  CALIFORNIA - 8%  ALABAMA - 24.7%  IOWA - 50%  SOUTH DAKOTA - 55.6%  NATIONWIDE: 10%  Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday said there would not be a New York City shutdown anytime in the next 10 days because the infection rate is so low, but he said he was 'worried' Thanksgiving could cause a large spike.  Cuomo hosted a conference call with reporters where he said he wanted to put 'into context' how low New York's infection rate was compared with other states.  Currently, the statewide infection rate is 2.6 percent and New York City's is 2.5 percent.  That's compared to more than 50 percent in some Midwestern states.  New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has sparked panic by saying a shutdown is imminent and that Cuomo is about to impose one. He has already closed public schools - a decision that has sparked outrage among parents.  On Friday, Cuomo said that New...
    Rudy Giuliani claimed that Attorney General William Barr is "intimidated," and that's why he's not investigating the allegations of corruption surrounding Hunter Biden. Giuliani, the president's lawyer who's at the center of the allegations, made the accusation during an interview with Fox Business's Maria Bartiromo on Thursday morning. During the interview, she asked the former New York City mayor, "You've brought forth very important information that the public needs to hear. Where is government? Where is the attorney general? How come Hunter Biden has not been subpoenaed? OK. How come we’re not forced to get an answer from the Biden family about this, five days before a presidential election?" Giuliani responded by blaming the media, but she then followed up, "Where’s the subpoena? I’m not talking about the media. I’m talking about the government. I’m talking about the [attorney general]." "They’re intimidated," Giuliani responded. "They're intimidated, Maria. They don’t want to get treated the way I get treated. My career is way behind me. They can’t do anything about my career. These people have careers. I have had people work...
    You Are What You Drive – A Bottom LineReview The Bottom Line: The Hyundai Motor Group is the fifth largest automaker in the world. Hyundai vehicles are sold in 193 countries, through some 5,000 dealerships worldwide. Hyundai sells cars, crossovers and SUVs in nearly every size category to get a piece of the automotive action. In the subcompact SUV class they build and sell the Kona SUV.   The Kona SUV won the Best Subcompact SUV for the Money Award because of its superior combination of quality and value. The Kona boasts a top notch cabin, with lots of standard features, and it’s way more fun to drive than all of its competitors.   While the Kona packs plenty of style and versatility in its compact SUV body, it still has a lot of competition in it’s class. What is the Hyundai Kona up against? The Kona competes with the Mazda CX-30, Kia Soul, MINI Cooper Countryman, Nissan Kicks, Hyundai Venue, Buick Encore and the Subaru Crosstrek. All good SUV’s in their own right, with features that appeal to each...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Thursday night a drive-in viewing party was held at Fort Mason in San Francisco so people could watch the final presidential debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.If you live nearby and heard honking, those were in support of Joe Biden.DEBATE FACT CHECK: Claims from President Trump, Joe Biden's final debateManny Yekutiel of Manny's, the café and "civic gathering space" in the Mission, organized the event and got the crowd going by saying, "Who wants Joe Biden as your next president? Can I get a honk? That's right! That's right!"But while support for Biden was strong at this event, former chairman of the California Republican Party Tom Del Beccaro says, not so fast. He believes tonight was a win for President Trump."Biden now is going to have to explain why he thinks his son's laptop is a Russian hoax," he explained, "whereas Trump gets to say, 'I'm not the politician he is and I get things done.' Trump won the chess match tonight!"VOTE HERE: Who won the final 2020 presidential debate, Donald Trump...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Although the coronavirus will keep Boys in Blue from playing the World Series in Dodger Stadium, fans will still be able to get the next best thing. The Dodgers host a viewing party for game 7 of the NLCS at Dodger Stadium on Oct. 18, 2020. (CBSLA) As they have all postseason, The Dodgers will again host drive-in viewing parties in the Dodger Stadium parking lot for every game of the World Series. The game will be shown on two 60-foot viewing screens in lots two and three, with the broadcast being transmitted on FM radio. Tickets are $75 per car and go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday for game one. A vehicle cannot have more than six people. There were about 200 cars for Sunday’s NLCS game 7. Concessions will not be available, and fans are encouraged to bring their own food and beverages, though alcohol is strictly prohibited. The Dodges reached the World Series by making an improbable comeback against the Atlanta Braves. Down 3-1 in the NLCS, the Dodgers won three straight...
    However, you won’t want to drive this EV — It doesn’t have a warranty and isn’t exactly optimized for comfort. The interior is pretty bare and there’s not much of a dashboard. This vehicle’s real value is in its collectability. Those who bid won’t be vying for their next commuter vehicle, but for literal pieces of EV history. In January, writers for car news website Autocar were able to test-drive the FF 91 (perhaps on one of the prototypes up for auction) and talk with Faraday Future CEO Carsten Breitfeld, who said the company planned to begin production of the EVs by the end of the year. It’s unclear where those plans stand in light of the coronavirus pandemic, not to mention the company’s continued financial turmoil.
    Delaying the vote, Obamas eulogy, and the view from Portland -- Meanwhile in America Ground beef recall 2020: JBS Food Canada recalls more than 38,000 pounds of meat Danielle Kang edges Celine Boutier at LPGA Drive On, collects fourth career title TOLEDO, Ohio – Exactly 100 years ago, Inverness hosted its first of four U.S. Opens. There’s an official program from the championship inside a glass case in the clubhouse. There weren’t any programs at this week’s LPGA Drive On Championship because there weren’t any fans. No friends and family or coaches or agents. Tee times were posted on a board outside the pro shop. © Provided by Golfweek LPGA: LPGA Drive Championship - Final Round Danielle Kang might be the only player to ever win the LPGA Drive On trophy, as it was a last-minute event, thrown together in the COVID-19 era to give the tour a chance to create a bubble and give players an opportunity to compete. And yet, it felt like a major championship inside the ropes. Only five players broke par. The No. 4-ranked player...
    Children do not drive the "transmission cycle" when it comes to the spread of coronavirus, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Tuesday, while defending President Donald Trumps call for children to return to school this fall.  "The president has been clear, (as) he says vulnerable populations among teachers should stay home," McEnany told Fox News "Outnumbered Overtime," adding that Center for Disease Control and Prevention Dr. Robert Redfield has said "on the record" that coronavirus "has little effect on kids." "He said not only that but they are not driving the transmission cycle," said McEnany. "There was a study at schools in northern France that found that, despite COVID being in three schools, there was no transmission cycle that was driven. The schools were able to safely reopen, even in this COVID era. Also, she insisted, "we know that, in California alone, there has not been a single death under the age of 18. Kids are not affected in the same way as the vulnerable populations which should stay home." Show host Harris Faulkner, however, told McEnany that "we...
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    Ford announced late last year that the Mustang Mach-E will be the company’s first car to allow hands-free driving in certain situations. Today, the company is opening up about how exactly that technology will work, but it’s also saying that the feature won’t be available until the second half of 2021. When the Mach-E goes on sale at the end of this year, buyers who want the hands-free driving mode will have to purchase what Ford’s calling the “Active 2.0 Prep Package.” This will make sure the car has the hardware (a forward-facing camera and radar sensors) that’s necessary for the hands-free driving mode, which Ford is calling “Active Drive Assist.” But the Active Drive Assist feature will require a separate purchase of its own, and won’t be available until a software update that’s coming later next year. (The company said it is not yet ready to reveal pricing for any of this.) Customers will have to buy a specific package, and then pay extra for the feature Until then, owners will have access to the second generation...
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