Gabby Petito’s Autopsy Confirms Death By Homicide, 22-Year-Old Vlogger’s Body Found In Wyoming As ‘Person Of Interest’ Brian Laundrie Remains Missing

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Gabby Petito’s autopsy revealed she died by homicide. Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue confirmed Tuesday that the remains found Sunday by FBI agents in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park are those of the previously missing 22-year-old vlogger. The FBI Denver Division confirmed that Blue’s initial determination for the manner of death is homicide, though the cause remains pending final autopsy results. Blue had previously told CBS News that autopsies typically take between one and two hours; however, if it’s determined that microscopic data is needed, he warned that they could take more tim… Read More “Gabby Petito’s Autopsy Confirms Death By Homicide, 22-Year-Old Vlogger’s Body Found In Wyoming As ‘Person Of Interest’ Brian Laundrie Remains Missing”

Someone ring 911 – Porsche launching its Nine Eleven as a 480-hp GTS

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Porsche is announcing another new addition to its treasured 911 family and launching its cult sports car as a GTS with a little more power and pizzazz. Two years after the debut of the 997 generation, a reworked sports version of the 911 is now filling in the gap to the Turbo. The Porsche 911 GTS is set to be available as a Coupe, Cabrio and Targa with rear- or all-wheel drive, dual clutch and manual transmission, Porsche has announced. A total of five GTS models will be on offer from November. Porsche has once again reworked the 3.0 litre boxer engine in the rear and increased the previous ou… Read More “Someone ring 911 – Porsche launching its Nine Eleven as a 480-hp GTS”

Mercedes announces new soft-top SL roadster for 2022

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The next generation of Mercedes’ legendary SL roadster is set to be formally unveiled in the coming weeks before its launch in the first half of 2022, technical director Jochen Hermann announced during tests around the Nuerburgring track in Germany. The automotive bodybuilders at Mercedes’ AMG workshop are not taking their cue from the previous GT, but have taken a new direction with the SL, Hermann says. At just under 5 metres in length, they’ve created space for two second-row seats for the first time since the R 129. They are also returning to the fabric soft top, according to Hermann. And … Read More “Mercedes announces new soft-top SL roadster for 2022”

Ben Frederickson: Five big factors that helped the Cardinals’ offense surge

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If the Cardinals successfully turn this September surge into a memorable October run, one overlooked game should get some love. For all of the talk about how a dramatic road sweep of the Mets lit this raging fire, an overlooked home split against the Dodgers stacked the coals. “It started us on our way,” manager Mike Shildt said recently. The Cardinals were only one game above .500 and already trailing by a run in the bottom of the first inning on September 8, when a lineup started doing something that has become common in the wins that have followed. Leadoff hitter Tommy Edman singled. So did… Read More “Ben Frederickson: Five big factors that helped the Cardinals’ offense surge”

Gabby Petito Autopsy Scheduled For Today After FBI Found ‘Human Remains’ They Believe To Be Missing 22-Year-Old-Vlogger

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The autopsy for Gabrielle “Gabby” Petito is scheduled to take place Tuesday, two days after the FBI found “human remains consistent with the description of” the missing 22-year-old vlogger in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Gabby and her fiancé, 23-year-old Brian Laundrie, had been camping at the site during their months-long cross-country road trip that began in the summer and was set to conclude next month. Brian came home early but he was alone. After refusing to cooperate with investigators, he was named a “person of interest” and has been allegedly missing ever since. On Sunday, the F… Read More “Gabby Petito Autopsy Scheduled For Today After FBI Found ‘Human Remains’ They Believe To Be Missing 22-Year-Old-Vlogger”

How can I give to charity after I die?

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Q. I have no children and my husband has terminal dementia. We have several properties in both names which are “or.” I also have Certificates of Deposit, IRAs, stocks and cash worth about $2 million. When I pass away, I would like everything to be kept with interest and rental profits sent every quarter to different non-profits and education scholarships. How should I proceed? And who should oversee that this is done in the future for me since I have no one that can do this for me? — Planning ahead A. You’ve got some work to do, but you can set things up to follow your wishes after you’re gone… Read More “How can I give to charity after I die?”

EU backs France in submarine dispute, asking: Is America back?

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By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) -European Union foreign ministers expressed support and solidarity with France on Monday during a meeting in New York to discuss Australia’s scrapping of a $40 billion submarine order with Paris in favor of a U.S. and British deal. Speaking after the closed-door meeting on the sidelines annual U.N. gathering of World leaders, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said “more cooperation, more coordination, less fragmentation” was needed to achieve a stable and peaceful Indo-Pacific region where China is the major rising power. Australia said last wee… Read More “EU backs France in submarine dispute, asking: Is America back?”

’s biggest Picasso museum to exhibit eight newly donated works

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The Musee Picasso, one of the most popular museums in Paris, is now expanding its already massive catalogue of Picasso paintings by another eight works. Maya Ruiz-Picasso, the eldest daughter of the Spanish artist, has donated six paintings, a sculpture and a sketchbook to the French state. They are now set to go on display from April 22, 2022 onwards in an exhibition dedicated to the donor. The donations from different creative phases strengthen the collection of Picasso works on display in Paris in the Musee Picasso, a major attraction in Paris since its opening in 1985, the French Culture M… Read More’s biggest Picasso museum to exhibit eight newly donated works”

The Ahead-of-Its- TimeToyota FJ Cruiser Is Finally Having Its Moment

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By Alex Lauer No vehicle put the “Toy” in “Toyota” quite like the FJ Cruiser. A successor to the popular FJ40 Land Cruiser that surprised everyone by keeping its concept-car styling, the off-road-engineered SUV was called “cartoonish” and “kinkily Playskool” when it debuted for the 2006 model year. It was moderately successful but never caught on in a big way and was discontinued in 2014. Not long after the FJ Cruiser stopped rolling off the line, something odd happened: people started to finally appreciate the quirky off-roader. Just three years later, Hagerty noticed “bizarre” valuations for… Read More “The Ahead-of-Its- TimeToyota FJ Cruiser Is Finally Having Its Moment”

Shohei Ohtani Dominates Days After Reported Arm Soreness

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Just days after being ruled out from Thursday’s game against the Chicago White Sox due to soreness in his right arm, Shohei Ohtani delivered a gem of an outing against the Oakland A’s. In eight innings of work, Ohtani stuck out 10 batters and gave up just two runs and five hits. However, despite the Japanese phenom’s outstanding performance, the Angels weren’t able to retaliate following Jed Lowrie‘s sac-fly that put the A’s on top in the 10th. Angels manager Joe Maddon was particularly impressed by Ohtani’s use of his splitter, “He has good command of it. You saw the swing and miss or the wea… Read More “Shohei Ohtani Dominates Days After Reported Arm Soreness”