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How missing 2-year-old Michigan girl was reunited with her family
How missing 2-year-old Michigan girl was reunited with her family

"I asked her if she wanted to go see mommy and she lit up - she came right to me and gave me a big hug," said Lt. Brandon Kieft, a first responder.

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Trump 'Go Back' Tweets at Progressive Congresswomen Spark Furor

(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump sparked a furor on Sunday by suggesting that four progressive female Democratic lawmakers, led by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, should return to the "broken and crime infested places from which they came."Democrats said the president was being racist and divisive. Three of the four women Trump was apparently referencing were born in the U.S.; none are white. The comments, made in a three-tweet string early Sunday, seem aimed at first-term Representatives Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts. "The Squad," as the quartet is known, has been engaged in an intraparty...

27 Republicans just joined Democrats to block Trump from going to war with Iran without congressional approval
27 Republicans just joined Democrats to block Trump from going to war with Iran without congressional approval

"This is the only way to stop Trump from starting another costly war. Constitutional rights aren't optional and endless war isn't inevitable."

All eyes are on Barry as it inches closer to landfall
All eyes are on Barry as it inches closer to landfall

Satellite imagery of Tropical Storm Barry shows the massive system tracking through the Gulf of Mexico as it approaches landfall on the Louisiana coast.

Warren raises $19.1 million for presidential bid in second quarter, third among crowd of rivals
Warren raises $19.1 million for presidential bid in second quarter, third among crowd of rivals

Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren raised $19.1 million in the second quarter of the year, placing her in the top three for the period among top-tier rivals, her campaign announced in an email to supporters on Monday. The top second-quarter fundraising hauls among Democratic candidates reported so far have been by South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who raised $24.8 million, and former Vice President Joe Biden, who raised $21.5 million. More than two dozen Democrats are competing for the party's nomination to challenge Republican President Donald Trump in the November 2020 election.

U.S. to seek death penalty for murder of Chinese grad student

U.S. prosecutors were expected on Monday to argue that an Illinois man who kidnapped, raped and murdered a Chinese graduate student two years ago should be executed. A jury in U.S. District Court in Peoria, Illinois, found Brendt Christensen, 29, guilty last month of the abduction and murder of Yingying Zhang, a 26-year-old student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While Illinois has outlawed the death penalty, federal prosecutors trying Christensen under U.S. kidnapping laws had said they planned to seek the death penalty if he was found guilty.

After Losing Istanbul, Erdogan
After Losing Istanbul, Erdogan's Grip on Turkey Will Never Be the Same

It was some years ago that Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan coined the saying "Those who win Istanbul, win Turkey." It was based among other things on his own political trajectory. Erdogan rose to national prominence with his election in the mid-1990s as the candidate of the then Islamist party, Refaah, as mayor of Turkey's largest city, Istanbul. His statement must have come to haunt him on June 23 when Ekrem Imamoglu, the opposition CHP nominee, defeated his candidate for the mayor of Istanbul, Binali Yildirim, decisively. What has added insult to Erdogan's injury is the fact that Imamoglu garnered over 54 percent of the votes thus increasing his vote share by 6 percent compared...

UPDATE 1-Putin says Britain's May tough on Skripal poisoning case

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday he wanted to improve ties with Britain after they were strained by the poisoning of a former Russian spy on British soil, but said Prime Minister Theresa May was taking a tough line on the issue. Putin met May at the G20 summit in Osaka on Friday. May's office said she asked Moscow to hand over the Russian suspects Britain blames for poisoning a former double agent and his daughter with a nerve agent in Salisbury, England last year.

Federal judges send 2020 census lawsuit back to lower court
Federal judges send 2020 census lawsuit back to lower court

A lawsuit that alleges a 2020 census question pushed by the Trump administration violates minorities' rights will be sent back to a federal court in Maryland so new evidence can be considered, U.S. appeals judges ruled Tuesday. The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals' decision comes a day after U.S. District Judge George Hazel of Maryland suggested in an opinion that racial discrimination and partisan power plays could be the underlying motives in asking everyone in the country about citizenship status. The 4th Circuit's order sending the case back to Hazel could be pivotal.

Baby rescued from plastic bag in Georgia
Baby rescued from plastic bag in Georgia

Georgia sheriff's office realeased dramatic body-cam video showing the rescue of a newborn girl who was found alive inside a plastic bag in the woods. (June 25)

Driver in horrific motorcycle crash pleads not guilty as details emerge
Driver in horrific motorcycle crash pleads not guilty as details emerge

A pickup driver accused of slamming into a group of motorcycles entered a not guilty plea Tuesday in New Hampshire on 7 counts of negligent homicide.

Is Trump Really Headed to War With Iran? Here is What Two Experts Think
Is Trump Really Headed to War With Iran? Here is What Two Experts Think

America's policy of maximum pressure on Iran continues, with the U.S. Department of the Treasury announcing new sanctions on eight Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Commanders. That directive was tweeted during a luncheon event on Iran at the Center for the National Interest, which was moderated by Geoffrey Kemp, the Senior Director of Regional Security Programs at CFTNI who also served in the White House during the first Reagan administration as Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Senior Director for Near East and South Asian Affairs on the National Security Council Staff. The discussion focused on the ongoing crisis, Iran and America's interests,...

A Florida woman turned in her husband's guns after his domestic violence arrest. Police arrested her for theft
A Florida woman turned in her husband's guns after his domestic violence arrest. Police arrested her for theft

Courtney Irby was charged with grand theft and armed burglary for turning in her husband's guns while he was in jail for domestic violence.

Fatal Hawaii skydiving plane crash renews NTSB's call for stricter rules: 'Accidents continue to happen'
Fatal Hawaii skydiving plane crash renews NTSB's call for stricter rules: 'Accidents continue to happen'

An NTSB official put the FAA on notice Monday, calling for regulations on parachute operations after a skydiving plane crash in Hawaii killed 11.

Iran drone downing highlights limitations of US unmanned aircraft
Iran drone downing highlights limitations of US unmanned aircraft

US drones have been a key tool in conflicts against insurgent organizations such as the Taliban and the Islamic State group, but Iran's downing of one of the aircraft highlights their limitations against more sophisticated adversaries. While drones offer the significant attraction of not putting American lives at risk and can stay aloft for more than a day, allowing for extended surveillance missions, they can be vulnerable to air defenses, are often expensive, and their loss can lead to sensitive hardware falling into the wrong hands. "I believe sophisticated air defenses will continue to have good chances to shoot down an aircraft like an RQ-4 whenever it is in position to do...

Jussie Smollett: Chicago police share previously unseen video of rope around actor's neck
Jussie Smollett: Chicago police share previously unseen video of rope around actor's neck

In video shared by Chicago police, Jussie Smollett is seen wearing a noose, and men are seen buying supplies to carry out the allegedly-staged attack.

Iran air defence missiles must be taken seriously: experts
Iran air defence missiles must be taken seriously: experts

The shooting down last week of a sophisticated US drone by an Iranian missile demonstrates that Tehran's air defence capabilities can pose a challenge to US air superiority, experts say. The Global Hawk, an advanced US navy surveillance drone, was flying at high altitude -- it can reach 60,000 feet (18 kilometres) -- early Friday local time when it was struck by a ground-to-air missile by Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards. "The shooting down of the drone shows Iran is revealing a capability and choosing to message it to the United States," said Becca Wasser, an analyst at Rand Corp.

Biden: Congress should immediately make
Biden: Congress should immediately make 'Dreamers' citizens

Ahead of the first Democratic debates, Joe Biden is proposing that Congress grant immediate citizenship to more than 800,000 U.S. residents who were brought to the country illegally as children. The former vice president and Democratic polling leader introduced some of his immigration priorities Monday in a newspaper op-ed that blisters President Donald Trump for an "assault on the dignity" of the Latino community through policies and rhetoric designed to "scare voters" in 2020. Biden, who launched his 2020 campaign in April, calls for streamlining the asylum system for migrants and spending more on electronic security at borders instead of building Trump's proposed U.S.-Mexico border...

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Victim's Family Will Request Death Penalty After Kidnapping Suspect Found Guilty

Jurors deliberated less than 90 minutes before returning a guilty verdict at the federal death-penalty trial of a former University of Illinois doctoral student who killed a visiting scholar from China after abducting her at a bus stop as she headed to sign an off-campus apartment lease.

The Latest: Suspect in police killing wears bandage to court
The Latest: Suspect in police killing wears bandage to court

A California man charged in the killing a rookie Sacramento police officer made his first court appearance wearing a gauze pad covering what officials say was a self-inflicted injury. Adel Ramos was appointed a public defender during Monday's five-minute hearing. The 45-year-old Ramos faces a murder charge that could bring him the death penalty in the killing of 26-year-old Officer Tara O'Sullivan.

Trump appears to name the wrong Iranian leader when announcing sanctions on Iran
Trump appears to name the wrong Iranian leader when announcing sanctions on Iran

The Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini was Iran's Supreme Leader from 1979 to 1989. He died in 1989 and was succeeded by the current Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei.

Justices side with business, government in information fight
Justices side with business, government in information fight

The Supreme Court sided with businesses and the U.S. government Monday in a ruling about the public's access to information, telling a South Dakota newspaper it can't get the data it was seeking. Open government and reporters groups described the ruling against the Argus Leader newspaper as a setback, but it was not clear how big its impact will ultimately be. The paper was seeking to learn how much money goes annually to every store nationwide that participates in the government's $65 billion-a-year food assistance program, previously known as food stamps.

Alex Azar both defends and pans conditions for migrant children at border
Alex Azar both defends and pans conditions for migrant children at border

He swung between calling the conditions unacceptable to claiming the children are in a "safe, secure environment."

Oman denies sending US message to Iran
Oman denies sending US message to Iran

The sultanate of Oman denied Monday that it had sent a message from the United States to Iran after the Islamic republic shot down a US drone in the Gulf. Media reports late last week said Muscat had sent a message to Tehran from US President Donald Trump, warning the Islamic republic of an impending American attack. A military strike ordered in retaliation for the downing of the US drone was called off by Trump at the last minute.

U.S. Sanctions Supreme Leader of Iran
U.S. Sanctions Supreme Leader of Iran

REUTERSThe United States will sanction Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the supreme leader of Iran, according to a White House communication reviewed by The Daily Beast. The sanctions target both the supreme leader and his office. President Trump is also authorizing the Treasury Department to sanction Iranian officials whom he appointed, and anyone who provides material support to the Supreme Leader's Office, according to the communication. The president announced the move from the Oval Office on Monday morning. The sanctions are the latest escalation in tensions between the U.S. and Iran. Last week, the Iranians shot down a U.S. drone flying near the Strait of Hormuz. The U.S. government said the...

Say Yes To A Stunning 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SL
Say Yes To A Stunning 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SL

This classic Mercedes-Benz has everything you want in a fun car. Some automotive legends never die because their legacy continues on. This 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SL is such a vehicle. Even today, the SL moniker stands for the best roadster the brand offers. Now you have the chance to own an exceptional example of the legacy. This fine machine is being offered for purchase through Frazier Motorcar Company.Honestly, this car is about as clean as it can get. Considering it was owned by a Mercedes specialist for the past 31 years, there's a good reason for that. According to the seller there's zero rust present and the car doesn't have a history of rust, which is phenomenal. On top of that,...

Sanders wants to cancel all student loan debt, even for the wealthy
Sanders wants to cancel all student loan debt, even for the wealthy

Sanders would pay for his higher education plan by imposing a new tax on Wall Street transactions.

Sanders to Propose Canceling $1.6 Trillion in Student Debt
Sanders to Propose Canceling $1.6 Trillion in Student Debt

Senator Bernie Sanders, one of the top-tier candidates for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, plans to unveil a proposal Monday to cancel all U.S. student loan debt.The College for All Act would cover $1.6 trillion in student debt and would affect 45 million Americans who would save on average about $3,000 a year. The entire plan would come with a price tag of $2.2 billion to the taxpayer, paid for by a 0.5 percent tax on stock trades, a 0.1 percent tax on bonds, and a 0.005 percent tax on derivatives."In a generation hard hit by the Wall Street crash of 2008, [the plan] forgives all student debt and ends the absurdity of sentencing an entire generation to a lifetime of debt for...

Microsoft to launch a foldable Surface tablet with native Android app support
Microsoft to launch a foldable Surface tablet with native Android app support

Long before the Galaxy Fold was unveiled, we kept hearing rumors that Microsoft was working on a foldable device of its own, a pocketable Surface Phone-like gadget that would run a special version of Windows 10. More recently, we heard that Microsoft has shown off a dual-screen Surface device behind closed doors, which means the company appears to be going forward with this project. A new rumor now tells us exactly what to expect from this folding Surface device in terms of specs, revealing that Microsoft plans to have Android apps run natively on the new Windows machine.The foldable Surface tablet will pack a 9-inch display with a 4:3 aspect ratio, according to IHS Markit's Jeff Lin. He...

China Wins the War: Why I Got Crushed In a Simulated South China Sea Battle
China Wins the War: Why I Got Crushed In a Simulated South China Sea Battle

The worst part - the Chinese didn't even have to use missiles to defeat the Americans.The year is 2016, and two of the U.S. Navy's latest ships are backing a key ally in the tinderbox of the South China Sea. They're facing down the Chinese navy halfway across the world with the latest weapons and systems the United States can get its hands on. But is it enough?For more than a hundred years, the U.S. Navy has been using naval wargames to test ships, tactics and strategy. Today, thanks to the ability of computers to process massive amounts of data, sharply accurate, procedural "hard" simulations are possible.One such sim is Command: Modern Naval/Air Operations, a new game that attempts to...

Friend of missing college student MacKenzie Lueck:
Friend of missing college student MacKenzie Lueck: 'I am almost positive that something is wrong'

A college student from El Segundo in Southern California has been missing for nearly a week since she returned to school in Utah.

Supreme Court preparing 12 big opinions to close out term

Consequential decisions on gerrymandering, the 2020 census and more will be issued by the high court; David Spunt has a preview.

Palestinians rally against Kushner
Palestinians rally against Kushner's economic peace plan

GAZA/RAMALLAH (Reuters) - Palestinians burned portraits of President Donald Trump as they protested in both the Gaza Strip and the Israeli-occupied West Bank on Monday against U.S.-led plans for a conference on their economy in Bahrain. Many Palestinian business groups have said they will boycott the June 25-26 event, billed as part of Washington's long-awaited Israeli-Palestinian peace plan and spearheaded by Trump's adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner. "Down with Bahrain, down with Trump, down with the Manama conference," chanted crowds in Gaza, which is ruled by the armed Islamist group Hamas.

"I Fired a Warning Shot": Here Is What a Navy SEAL Sniper Testified at the Eddie Gallagher Trial
"I Fired a Warning Shot": Here Is What a Navy SEAL Sniper Testified at the Eddie Gallagher Trial

NAVAL BASE SAN DIEGO - A Navy SEAL sniper testified on Friday that he fired warning shots to scare away a civilian noncombatant in Mosul before Chief Eddie Gallagher fired and told them over the radio, "you guys missed him but I got him."Under direct examination by prosecutors, Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Dalton Tolbert recounted the alleged shooting of an old man along the Tigris river during the Battle of Mosul in 2017. At the time, Tolbert was a member of SEAL Team 7 Alpha Platoon who was stationed in the south tower of a bombed out building, while Gallagher and others were stationed in the north tower.Tolbert testified that he was scanning windows along the riverbank...

Kashmir separatists ready for talks, Indian government says

The leader of disputed Kashmir's largest separatist group said it was ready for talks with India's government on Monday, after the state governor said he was optimistic about dialogue. The Muslim-majority Kashmir valley is at the heart of more than seven decades of hostility between nuclear arch-rivals India and Pakistan. Rhetoric from both sides, as well as Kashmiri separatists, some of whom want to join Pakistan, has been highly charged since a February suicide car bomb attack by a Pakistan-based militant group killed more than 40 Indian police in the part of the region it controls.

Memes, cartoons and caustic Cantonese: the language of Hong Kong
Memes, cartoons and caustic Cantonese: the language of Hong Kong's protests

Viral artwork pummelling city leaders, clever word plays and Cantonese cursing that would make a sailor blush -- Hong Kongers have displayed a characteristically riotous embrace of satire during their huge anti-government protests. Anger has punctuated much of the historic rallies roiling Hong Kong in the last two weeks as the public vents huge opposition to an attempted China extradition law and frustrations over years of sliding freedoms. The first word is a reference to protester demands that the extradition bill be permanently taken off the table, not just suspended as the government has now done.

Is Israel Thinking About a Military Strike on Iran? History Tells Us It
Is Israel Thinking About a Military Strike on Iran? History Tells Us It's Possible.

Iran shot down a U.S. drone on June 19, further escalating tensions between Iran and its adversaries.Relations with Iran have been worsening for months. In early May, one year after the United States withdrew from the nuclear deal negotiated in 2015 between Iran, the U.S., the European Union and five other countries, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that his country may also withdraw from the agreement, which limits its ability to develop nuclear weapons in exchange for lifting sanctions.In June, Rouhani announced that Iran will restart uranium enrichment, which could put the country on track to develop a nuclear weapon within a year. Rouhani's government insists its uranium will go...

Pompeo sets out to build global coalition against Iran
Pompeo sets out to build global coalition against Iran

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he wants to build a global coalition against Iran during urgent consultations in the Middle East, following a week of crisis that saw the United States pull back from the brink of a military strike on Iran. Pompeo spoke Sunday as he left Washington for Saudi Arabia, followed by the United Arab Emirates, Sunni Arab allies that are alarmed by Shiite Iran's increasing assertiveness and are working to limit its influence in the region. "We'll be talking with them about how to make sure that we are all strategically aligned, and how we can build out a global coalition, a coalition not only throughout the Gulf states, but in Asia and in Europe, that...

UPDATE 1-China says will not allow Hong Kong issue to be discussed at G20 summit

China's Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs Zhang Jun said on Monday that China will not allow the Group of 20 nations to discuss the Hong Kong issue at its summit this week. Millions of people demonstrated on the streets of Hong Kong this month against a bill that would allow people to be extradited to the mainland to face trial in courts controlled by the Communist Party. It triggered the most violent protests in decades when police fired rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse the crowds.

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Erdogan's party loses controversial re-run of Istanbul election

The opposition candidate in the controversial replay of Istanbul's mayoral election was headed for a comfortable victory on Sunday, dealing a blow to the ruling party of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Erdogan's candidate, Binali Yildirim, conceded defeat as initial results showed his opponent ahead with 53.69 percent of the vote with more than 95 percent of ballots counted. "According to the result, as of now my competitor Ekrem Imamoglu is leading the race. I congratulate him and wish him good luck," Yildirim said. Imamoglu, a little-known district mayor at the start of the year, had portrayed the re-run as a test of Turkish democracy after he was controversially stripped of...

Pence: Unclear if Iran
Pence: Unclear if Iran's leaders approved downing of U.S. drone

The vice president said the Trump administration's resolve remains strong.

Amid tough talk, Trump says he could be Iran
Amid tough talk, Trump says he could be Iran's 'best friend'

President Donald Trump said Saturday that military action against Iran was still an option for its downing of an unmanned U.S. military aircraft, but amid heightened tensions he dangled the prospect of eventually becoming an unlikely "best friend" of America's longtime Middle Eastern adversary. Trump also said "we very much appreciate" that Iran's Revolutionary Guard chose not to target a U.S. spy plane carrying more than 30 people. The president's softer tone Saturday marked a stark contrast to the anti-Iran rhetoric he employed throughout the presidential campaign and presidency, including his use of punishing economic sanctions in an attempt to pressure Iran to give up its quest to...

Oregon Statehouse Shut Down After Lawmakers Team Up With Right-Wing Militias
Oregon Statehouse Shut Down After Lawmakers Team Up With Right-Wing Militias

REUTERSOregon's statehouse shut down for safety concerns on Saturday. But the threats weren't coming from anonymous trolls or foreign fighters-they were coming from the state's Republican senators, who have teamed up with right-wing militias to threaten violence over a climate change bill.Eleven of Oregon's Senate Republicans fled the state this week to avoid a vote on a bill that would cap greenhouse emissions. The group, believed to be hiding in Idaho, left the state senate with too few lawmakers to hold a vote. But the move is more than a legislative maneuver. The missing senators have partnered with right-wing paramilitary groups to threaten violence, should they be brought back to...

ICE confirms plans to arrest more than 2,040 undocumented family members in deportation raids beginning Sunday
ICE confirms plans to arrest more than 2,040 undocumented family members in deportation raids beginning Sunday

Immigration and Customs Enforcement top official told ABC News on Friday that the agency plans to arrest more than 2,040 undocumented family members.

Trump defends pre-dawn Ice raids on migrant families set to begin on Sunday
Trump defends pre-dawn Ice raids on migrant families set to begin on Sunday

Raids ordered by Trump will reportedly target more than 2,000 migrants who received letters ordering them to appear in courtThe raids are set to target more than 2,000 migrants, reports said. Photograph: Smiley N Pool/APRaids on migrants in cities including New York, Chicago and Miami could begin as early as Sunday.The raids, which Donald Trump described in a tweet earlier this week, will target more than 2,000 migrants who have received letters ordering them to appear in immigration court, according to the Miami Herald.The operation, which the Washington Post said the president has ordered, could target people in Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Baltimore, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New...

The Trump administration is trying to make war with Iran inevitable
The Trump administration is trying to make war with Iran inevitable

We should view Iran's recent posturing for what it is: retaliation to the Trump administration's unnecessary and deliberate provocation'Like the recent oil tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman, the Trump administration has framed the drone incident as if it occurred in a vacuum - providing an aura of legitimacy to a possible American military response.' Photograph: Darren Ornitz/ReutersLast night, in response to Iran shooting down an American drone earlier this week, the United States came within one whim of an erratic and unstable president from launching a military strike on Iran.Like the recent oil tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman, the Trump administration has framed the drone...

ICE confirms plans to arrest more than 2,040 undocumented family members in deportation raids beginning Sunday
ICE confirms plans to arrest more than 2,040 undocumented family members in deportation raids beginning Sunday

Immigration and Customs Enforcement top official told ABC News on Friday that the agency plans to arrest more than 2,040 undocumented family members, adding that "there has to be consequences" to entering the United States illegally.

UN to appeal for $1.2 billion to help 5 million Palestinians
UN to appeal for $1.2 billion to help 5 million Palestinians

The head of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees said Friday he hopes donors will be as generous this year as they were last year after the United States cut all funding for the $1.2 billion program to help some 5 million Palestinians. Pierre Krahenbuhl said at a news conference that 42 countries and institutions increased their funding to the U.N. Relief and Works Agency last year. Krahenbuhl said the agency is pursuing the same appeal for $1.2 billion this year and hopes donors will pledge that amount at a conference Tuesday at U.N. headquarters.

We must stop the US from going to war with Iran
We must stop the US from going to war with Iran

Trump campaigned on getting the US out of 'endless wars' - but his administration is taking us down a path that makes war more and more likely'Voices of dissent went unheeded in the lead-up to the Iraq war. They must be heeded now.' Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty ImagesThe drums of war are beating in Washington again.Just today we learned that the US came very close to striking targets inside Iran in response to the downing of a US drone in the Persian Gulf. Last week the White House announced that a 1,000 additional troops would be sent to the Middle East in response to an alleged Iranian attack on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Last month, the New York Times reported...

Hellcat-Powered Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 6x6 Pickup Exists Because It Can
Hellcat-Powered Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 6x6 Pickup Exists Because It Can

When the going gets absurd, the absurd get a Jeep Wrangler Hellcat 6x6 at auction.

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