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General Motors Recalls More Than 38,000 Chevy Impala Police Cruisers
The safety of police cruisers all across the United States and Canada are now in question, as General Motors announced that it is recalling more than 38,000 Chevrolet Impala police vehicles because of suspension issues in the front end that could lead to an a accident.
What Are the Most Frequently Stolen Luxury Cars in America?
There must be something about the new car smell that attracts thieves, as recent FBI statistics report that nearly 800,000 motor vehicles were stolen in the United States in 2009 — representing a nationwide loss of $5.2 billion.
Principal Takes on a Man with a Gun During School’s Open House
Students at a Georgia high school will likely start their first day back wondering if they should have included a bulletproof vest on their supply list, as police say they are still searching for a man who showed up on campus last week with a loaded gun.
Rare 1873 Dime Auctioned for a Whopping $1.6 Million
There are times when a person walks away from an auction without anything worth a dime, and then there are times when they walk away with a dime that sets them back $1.6 million.
Taco Bell Employee Causes Furor Posting Photo of Himself Allegedly Urinating in Nachos
When youthful enthusiasm, minimum wage and a filthy pair of clown shoes is mixed with fast food prepared by the downtrodden generation, sometimes it becomes necessary to report bad service to the corporate office.
New Study Reveals Stressed-Out Men Like Heavy Women
For all of you guys who like big butts and you don’t know why, new research suggests that you are probably just stressed out.
What Are the Top Party Schools in America?
With amateur boozehounds, junkies and derelicts of all shapes and sizes now flocking to makeshift dormitory brothels on the campuses of some of the finest facilities of higher education across the United States, we thought the time was right to unleash the list of the 2012 top party schools in Ameri…
New Study Reveals Peer Pressure Is a Better Motivator Than Making Money at Work [POLL]
Throwing money at people has always been thought of as the great American motivator, but new research suggests that while lining the pockets with cash is nice, pleasing other people is a lot better.
Do Commercials Make You Want to Eat Junk Food?
One of the issues watching late night television is having your stomach seduced by munchie-inducing fast food advertisements that ultimately lead to a wicked appetite for destruction – of your waistline.
McDonald’s Testing a Breakfast After Midnight Menu — Dollars and Sense
It appears that while McDonald’s was busy dominating the fast food world they figured out a way to make themselves an even stronger entity in the quick service food industry.