SEMA 2016: 1,040 Horsepower Hyundai Concept

SEMA 2016: 1,040 Horsepower Hyundai Concept

Hyundai has added two more vehicles to its SEMA roster and says it will unveil a “skunkworks race project” at the show. The automaker didn’t share more details about the special project, though there’s a good chance it’ll be related to its new N performance brand. Hyundai “Santa Fast” Concept In the meantime, Hyundai unveiled its “Santa-Fast” concept, created through a partnership with the tuners at Bisimoto. “Santa-Fast” is a fairly substantial build that involved swapping out the front-drive drivetrain for a rear-drive setup featuring an Equus-sourced rear diff. Bisimoto…

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'It is deeply troubling': Clinton lashes 'strange' timing of renewed FBI email probe

'It is deeply troubling': Clinton lashes 'strange' timing of renewed FBI email probe

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Scientist turns playwright to spread message about Antarctic plight

Scientist turns playwright to spread message about Antarctic plight

Updated October 29, 2016 16:54:42 Photo: Dr Bergstrom realised a musical would have “more impact than a science paper”. (Facebook) Following a near-death experience involving krill, Hobart-based Antarctic scientist Dana Bergstrom decided if she survived, she would only write scientific work that had impact. External Link: Antarctica cast sing ‘Nature Rules OK’! An incident involving a sewer gas leak at the Australian Antarctic Divisions’ krill aquarium saw Dr Bergstrom hospitalised in 2006. “While in hospital I decided that if I got out of this predicament I’d try to only do…

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WA Lotto player wins $1.9 million

WA Lotto player wins $1.9 million

ONE lucky Perth punter has netted $1.9 million in the Saturday Lotto Superdraw. Lotterywest is waiting to hear from the winner and encouraged players to check for the winning numbers of 33, 39, 20, 23, 42, and 15. The ticket was purchased at what is apparently a lucky location. Belmont News in Cloverdale sold another Lotto ticket worth $200,493 just last month. A further 21 WA winners each collected a Division 2 prize of $10,586. In total, there were 191,849 players across the state who netted a prize. WA’s haul…

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ISIS carries out mass killings near Mosul

ISIS carries out mass killings near Mosul

The terror group carried out the mass killings Wednesday, punishing people who had defied its orders, a spokeswoman for the UN human rights arm told CNN. “ISIS executed 42 civilians in Hammam al-Alil, south of Mosul. Also on Wednesday ISIS executed 190 former Iraqi security forces for refusing to join them, in the Al Ghazlani base near Mosul,” said Ravina Shamdasani of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. Another 24 former Iraqi security forces officers were reportedly killed Tuesday, the office said. Since October 17, ISIS…

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