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  • 2015 Toyota Sienna gets an update

    2015 Toyota Sienna gets an update
    Toyota says the Sienna boasts a number of updates for 2015, including a more upscale interior and improved handling thanks to new suspension tuning. We'll see if that's enough for the minivan to get its swagger back, as sales are flat through the first...
  • B-2 stealth bomber made its maiden flight 25 years ago

     B-2 stealth bomber made its maiden flight 25 years ago
    The radar-evading B-2 stealth bomber has been called one of the greatest achievements in military technology. With its distinctive “flying wing” design, the B-2 has a wingspan nearly as long as the Boeing 747 jumbo jet and yet it on radar it...
  • HU's Maynor settles in as program takes shape around him

    HU's Maynor settles in as program takes shape around him
    HAMPTON — When Connell Maynor arrives at his office at Hampton University's Armstrong Stadium, he is greeted by the sounds of construction equipment and earth movers and the rhythmic beep-beep-beep of heavy machinery in reverse. "That's lovely,"...
  • Malaysia Airlines flight was 1,000 feet above restricted Ukraine airspace

    Malaysia Airlines flight was 1,000 feet above restricted Ukraine airspace
    Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was cruising just 1,000 feet above restricted airspace when it was struck by a missile in Ukraine's Donetsk region, according to aviation and intelligence officials. Despite ongoing violence in eastern Ukraine, including...
  • Mailbag: Gift of Food Pantry isn't abused

    Last week, one of our favorite shoppers at the Laguna Food Pantry reappeared after being gone for quite a while. When I asked where he'd been, he said that he had found a little part-time work. "But still, why didn't you come in on one of the days you...
  • Spending: how to start a classic-car collection

    When he was a kid, Brian Styles had the biggest Hot Wheels and Matchbox car collections on the block. Thirty years later, after he sold the software company he started, the cars of his youth still called to him. His collection began with an impulse buy...
  • Los cinco ataques más letales contra vuelos comerciales

    Los cinco ataques más letales contra vuelos comerciales
    Un avión comercial de Malasia fue derribado el jueves sobre el este de Ucrania, provocando la muerte de las 298 personas que viajaban a bordo y elevando las tensiones en un conflicto entre Kiev y rebeldes afines a Moscú en el que Rusia y Occidente...
  • Chief: Stolen car found, woman still missing following Upper Saucon home invasion

    A Mercedes-Benz stolen during an Upper Saucon home-invasion robbery was recovered Thursday in Allentown, but the township's police chief said the whereabouts of a woman who went missing after the robbery remains a mystery. Upper Saucon police Chief...
  • Let's treat gun safety as a public health issue

    Quick, are you more likely to die by a bullet or in a car crash? Common sense would seem to suggest the latter. Cars are everywhere. We are an auto-obsessed nation. To be American is to drive -- everywhere. Teenagers itch to get behind the wheel, and the...
  • AAA shifting retail focus in Maryland to include auto repair shops

    AAA shifting retail focus in Maryland to include auto repair shops
    Driver advocacy organization AAA Mid-Atlantic, known for its roadside assistance and insurance and travel services, is moving headlong into a new market in Maryland: automotive repair and maintenance. "It's a major retooling of our retail structure,"...
  • Connecting With The Connecticut River In Cromwell

    In the early part of the 20th century, commerce started to turn away from the Connecticut River and focused on the ribbons of roads and highways that started to crisscross the state. Many towns and cities along the river followed suit and turned their...