Articles for February, 2019

Emails show how fake university set up by ICE lured foreign students
Emails obtained by the Detroit Free Press offer a glimpse into how a fake university in Detroit may have convinced students it was real.
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The New Ford Focus ST Looks Awesome and Makes 276 Horsepower

The New Ford Focus ST Looks Awesome and Makes 276 HorsepowerIt's not too late for Ford to change its mind about bringing this hot hatch to America, is it?


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No more A380s? Why Airbus' bet on 'superjumbo' jets failed

No more A380s? Why Airbus' bet on 'superjumbo' jets failedIt’s official: Airbus will pull the plug on its A380 double-decker jet. The latest A380 is now expected to roll off the assembly line in 2021.


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Jude Law’s CAPTAIN MARVEL Role Revealed Thanks To Official Tie-In Novel – SPOILERS – Comic Book Movie
Jude Law's CAPTAIN MARVEL Role Revealed Thanks To Official Tie-In Novel - SPOILERS  Comic Book MovieAfter a lot of heated debates and speculation, it looks like Jude Law's role in Captain Marvel has finally been revealed! We also have some ot...
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Jude Law’s CAPTAIN MARVEL Role Revealed Thanks To Official Tie-In Novel – SPOILERS – Comic Book Movie
Jude Law's CAPTAIN MARVEL Role Revealed Thanks To Official Tie-In Novel - SPOILERS  Comic Book MovieAfter a lot of heated debates and speculation, it looks like Jude Law's role in Captain Marvel has finally been revealed! We also have some ot...
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Jussie Smollett: 'Empire' producer stands by star, Ava DuVernay weighs in

Jussie Smollett: 'Empire' producer stands by star, Ava DuVernay weighs inIn light of the recent developments in the investigation into last month's attack on Jussie Smollett, celebrities are speaking out.


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Florida inmates use criminal skills to rescue baby from car

Florida inmates use criminal skills to rescue baby from carA group of prisoners in Florida put their criminal skills to good use on Valentine’s Day – breaking into a car, to free a baby locked inside. The prisoners, on work-release, were repairing parking meters in Pasco County, north of Tampa, when they spotted the family in distress. The one-year-old child was trapped inside the car, with the keys inside. The family was unable to afford a locksmith and so, in the 56 degree Fahrenheit heat, the father was preparing to break the window. That is when the prisoners, in their black and white uniforms, offered to help, and worked in a team to pry open the front door just enough for one inmate to use a coat hanger to push a button that unlocked the 4x4’s door. In a video, which has gone viral, police are heard telling the father to "pop his head in the window" so "strange faces" would not scare the baby. Another person in the video, filmed by the baby’s mother Shadow Lantry, can be heard commenting on the "hilarious situation," with police watching the crew unlock the car. The whole endeavour took about two minutes, and ended with the group cheering.  Ms Lantry said the child was "just sitting there happy" throughout the ordeal. The parents thanked the crew, deputies and firefighters for their help.


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Aurora warehouse where 5 killed won't reopen until next week

Aurora warehouse where 5 killed won't reopen until next weekAURORA, Ill. (AP) — The suburban Chicago manufacturing warehouse where five people were fatally shot won't reopen until next week, but its doors will be open to support workers, company officials said Monday.


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The Batman Who Laughs: Structure, Trauma and Losing Control
The Batman Who Laughs: Structure, Trauma and Losing Control Bruce Wayne is a man with a plan. A meticulous, detailed, obsessive (probably unhealthily so) plan. Read more
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Amazon announces plans to make half of shipments carbon neutral by 2030

Amazon announces plans to make half of shipments carbon neutral by 2030Online retail giant Amazon has announced plans to make alf if its shipments carbon neutral by the year 2030. The company, which ships millions of packages a year to shoppers, said that it will achieve that goal by switching to renewable energy sources and by asking suppliers to reimagine their packaging. “It won’t be easy to achieve this goal, but it’s worth being focused and stubborn on this vision and we’re committed to seeing it through,” Dave Clark, Amazon senior vice president of worldwide operations, said.


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