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World’s most standout police cars

Lotus Esprit (Britain) It made sense for Norfolk Police to run a Lotus Esprit, which is built in the county. Sadly this wasn’t a fully operational police car – it was just used for public events in the mid-1990s. Read More »

Iconic mountains in the world you need to see

Kirkjufell: Highest point: 1519 feet (463 meters) One of the most photographed mountains in Iceland became even more popular after serving as the filming location for seasons 6 and 7 of “Game of Thrones.” Read More »

American companies that are no longer American

Budweiser Current owner: Anheuser-Busch InBev Belgian brewers Don’t be fooled by Budweiser’s rebrand. The cans may say “America” on them, but this beer is now owned by a Belgian company. The history of Budweiser dates back to the 1850s when a German, Adolphus Busch, moved to St. Louis and married the daughter of a local brewer, Eberhard Anheuser. The two ... Read More »

Saudi women attend football stadium for first time

Saudi women have attended a football match in Saudi Arabia for the first time, as part of reforms spearheaded by the kingdom’s crown prince. Female football fans wearing scarves and waving flags took their seats at the King Abdullah Sports City stadium in Jeddah for Al-Ahli’s match against Al-Batin in the Saudi Pro League. However, the women had to enter ... Read More »

Meals You Can Make In Under 20 Minutes

SPINACH, TOMATO, AND FETA OMELET Eggs, tomatoes, and spinach all cook quickly, which means this indulgent meal takes just 15 minutes to prepare. You can expand on this basic recipe by substituting or adding other tender greens, vegetables, and meats that are already cooked. Read More »

Where Millionaires Are Moving to and from

Add your description here. 1-Australia: +11,000 (Country with most millionaires moving in) Australia tops the list of countries that welcomed the most millionaire migrants in 2016. Last year, 11,000 high net-worth individuals made the Southern Hemisphere country their home; an increase of 38% compared to 2015. The vast majority of rich migrants hail from China. These well-heeled citizens are drawn ... Read More »

5 Great Cars You Can’t Get in America

Alpine A110 The French have been automobile-design pioneers since the 19th century, and while no American misses the LeCar, we’re très en colère that the Alpine A110 is off limits. It’s a reborn rally car with a 2400-pound curb weight and a mid-mounted four-cylinder that sounds sweeter than the Porsche Cayman’s. Slap a red Rallye Monte-Carlo sticker on that blue ... Read More »

Never seen before Electric Cars Arriving in 2018

Have you been thinking about going electric? Each year, more automakers bring electric vehicles (EVs) to market. What was once a niche segment with only a few competing models is growing into a class filled with a variety of vehicle styles and choices. 2018 Nissan Leaf: Max Range: 150 mi Nissan just began U.S. production of the all-new 2018 Nissan ... Read More »

Countries that send the most college students to the U.S.

No. 10: Iran The number of Iranian students studying in the U.S. reached a 27-year high of 12,269 in 2015-16. (That’s still far lower than a peak of more than 51,000 prior to that nation’s 1979 revolution.) Read More »

Most Terrifying Earthquakes To Shake Earth

Valdivia, Chile, May 22, 1960 (9.5 Richter) The earthquake killed 1,655 people, injured 3,000 people and displaced two million people. The earthquake caused Chilean damage of $ 550 million, while the tsunami resulted in many deaths, causing damage to Hawaii, Japan and the Philippines. The earthquake breakdown area was 1,000 kilometers long. Two days after the initial earthquake, the volcano ... Read More »