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Luxury car firm Bentley is recalling hundreds of vehicles over fears that its "Flying B" hood ornament could impale pedestrians. The recall affects cars in the U. The winged B is meant to retract if there is a collision, but the U.
Princeton grad who killed his father after his allowance was cut gets 30 years t The number — a very modest — is available in the company's detailed data PDFbut it certainly isn't something that GM wants to highlight, apparently. Keeping the number quiet is a bit understandable, since it's lower than the that Chevy sold in January. Nissan doesn't have anything to brag about here, either and it didn't avoiding any mention of the Leaf sales in its press release.
The Senate worked on executive and judicial nominations, confirming retired General John Abizaid to be U. Lawmakers also confirmed Holly Brady for the U. District Court of Southern Texas.
Coming up, the governor, the prosecutor, and the conversations that will make your jaw drop. Was this guy channeling his inner Richard Nixon? Among all of the other promises, the president-elect promises not to get his puff on inside of the White House, but if you are a smoker, you know that is a tough promise to keep.
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Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash. AP — Veterans with health problems caused by exposure to toxic chemicals known as PFAS would be eligible for federal health care services under legislation proposed in Roy Blunt, R-Mo.
In the last three months, two auto manufacturers recalled more than a million vehicles with defects that can cause a failure to lock the vehicle in Park, allowing it to roll away. Last week, Ford recalled more thanEscape and Fusion vehicles over deteriorated bushings that could detach from the transmission shifter cable, allowing the driver to move the shift lever to Park and remove the key, when the transmission is not actually in the Park position. On June 18, Fiat Chrysler recalledChrysler Pacifica minivans because the plastic plug over its Manual Park Release — which allows the driver to override the gear selection — could be pried off without the use of a tool, as required by regulation.