BMW and its new Stylish Shark-Nose Roadster – Bloomberg

The racy convertible is slated to go on sale in late 2018 after a two-year hiatus from the previous version. It’s a key component of the Munich-based carmaker’s shift into “attack mode” after Mercedes outsold BMW for the first time in more than a decade last year to take the global lead in luxury cars.

Chief Executive Officer Harald Krueger, who took charge in 2015, is seeking to shake off a rocky start to his tenure through an ambitious plan to overhaul the manufacturer’s lineup with 40 new or refreshed vehicles in the coming two years in what BMW describes as the biggest model offensive in its history.


Bobby McIntyre Bio – Music, Songs and videos

Bobby McIntyre is just a family man who loves to sing and write and produce great music. With a passion to help people worldwide. You can find Bobby on both sides of the industry, as a promoter and rising artist himself. His vocal range is something to take notice of as well. He is able to sing Pure Country and then pull off the high notes of Rock stars like Steve Perry and Lou Gramm. His debut album “The One” really does not even showcase his complete vocal range. Bobby also likes to experiment with multiple styles of music from pure country, Pop,R&B, to all-out power ballad rock. Bobby McIntyre is a top 10 Artist and top 20 most viewed artist. One of Bobby’s strong points is his ability to market and connect himself to the massive online world. He creates great online friendships with other great people and artists because he is very real and appreciates the importance of his fans and friends. #BobbyMcIntyre #Bio #Biography #Music #country #rock

Owner, dog reunited after 3 years

CLEVELAND, Ohio (KDKA) — A woman was reunited with her dog Monday, three years after he went missing and one day after the reunion was originally supposed to happen.

Humane Animal Rescue was processing a relinquished dog last week when they realized the pup, named Prince, had a microchip.

When they checked the microchip, they realized it was not registered to the family who had turned Prince over to the shelter, but to a woman named Jazsmine in Euclid, Ohio.

When they got in touch with her, Jazsmine told the shelter that she hadn’t seen Prince for three years.

The reunion was supposed to happen Sunday afternoon, but Jazsmine’s car broke down as she was driving from Cleveland to Pittsburgh. A Humane Animal Rescue employee brought Prince to Jazsmine instead, driving to Cleveland on Monday so the two could finally be reunited.

Kim Kardashian Apologizes for Defending Makeup Artist With History of Racist Remarks – Billboard

BillboardKim Kardashian Apologizes for Defending Makeup Artist With History of Racist RemarksBillboardKim Kardashian has had a great deal of back and forth with her fans and makeup artist Jeffree Star in the past 24 hours, as the reality star came to the defense of Star and then apologized for involving herself with the situation. On Monday, Star …Here s Why Kim Kardashian s Jeffree Star Comments Have People UpsetBustleA Guide to the 24-Hour Kim Kardashian Kerfuffle Over Makeup Swatching and Also RacismJezebelKim Kardashian Apologizes After Defending Jeffree Star s Past Racist Comments: I Had No Right to Say Get Over It Entertainment

Google and Facebook ask Supreme Court to protect cellphone data – The Hill

Apple, Facebook, Google and other major technology companies asked the Supreme Court late on Monday night to rule that their users’ data should be protected from warantless search and seizure by the government.

The companies filed a brief in the case Carpenter v. United States, which the court has taken up to decide whether certain cellphone data is protected under the Fourth Amendment.

“Whether email, cloud computing, location-based tracking, or any other digital functionality is at issue, users consider many types of collected electronic data to be private—particularly given the personal details that information can reveal—regardless of whether transmission to a third party has occurred behind the scenes in the creation or processing of that data,” the group argues

Why North Korea Walked Back its Threat on Guam – The Atlantic

North Korea’s apparent walk back of its threat to fire missiles near the U.S. territory of Guam could mean military tensions with the United States have been diminished—or at least postponed.

Or it could indicate that much of the seeming escalation in tensions between the two sides last week was more rhetoric than reality to begin with. State media reported Tuesday that Kim Jong Un, the North Korean leader, made the decision following a meeting with military commanders, but he reserved the right to fire the Hawsong-12 near Guam if the U.S. grows “more reckless.”

Justice Dept. Demands Data on Visitors to Anti-Trump Website – New York Times

New York TimesJustice Dept. Demands Data on Visitors to Anti-Trump Website, Sparking FightNew York TimesThe Justice Department demanded that Dreamhost, a web hosting company, turn over records about a website used to organize protests of President Trump s inauguration. Credit Drew Angerer/Getty Images. WASHINGTON — The Justice Department is