Bear eats corpse of convicted murderer in Canada
Belgian Cement Worker Albert Verbrugghe was driving his wife and another woman down a quiet street in the copper town of Jadotville one day last week, when he suddenly heard the clatter of gunfire.
Lisa Diebold, 22, has two goals for her senior year at Syracuse University: “Learn how to drive a stick shift, and drink a guy under the table.” The pert advertising major has nearly mastered her first objective. She now darts about the hilly campus in her white Volkswagen Golf
At last month’s glitzy Shanghai auto show, held in the only significant car market in the world that’s still growing, Nick Reilly, the president of GM Asia-Pacific, knew the question would come. Still, he winced a bit when a Chinese journalist asked him what would happen to Detroit’s fallen giant if it was forced by the U.S. government to declare bankruptcy
Iconic German automakers Volkswagen and Porsche have reached an agreement to merge operations — the latest move in an industry that has seen whiplash changes in recent weeks. The two companies have been in talks in recent weeks about merging manufacturing operations