Mary Hanbury, provided by Published 4:42 pm, Saturday, May 12, 2018 Business Insider/Mary Hanbury In the American Society of Civil Engineers' 2017 Infrastructure Report Card, the US infrastructure received a D+ grade, which equates to it being "in poor to fair condition and mostly below standard." US airports were highlighted as one of the areas in need. Despite this, when Trump laid out his much-anticipated infrastructure plan in February, airports barely got a mention. Local governors are taking matters into their own hands. In 2017, New York's Governor Cuomo proposed a $10 billion renovation of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. This is currently being negotiated. We compared the experience of flying in and out of New York's JFK airport and London's Heathrow airport and found that Heathrow was the clear winner. The US has an infrastructure problem. LATEST BUSINESS VIDEOS Now Playing: Now Playing These … [Read more...] about We traveled through the biggest airports in New York City and London too see which one was better — and the winner was clear
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Produced by Judy Rybak and Josh Gaynor "This was an enormously high-profile case," says Bill Rankin, a reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and a "48 Hours" consultant. "They were a big-time power couple." On Sept. 25, 2016, Tex and Diane McIver were heading home after a long day of golfing and an evening of drinking. A friend who did not drink was at the wheel of Tex's SUV. Diane was in the front passenger seat and Tex was right behind her. He says he was fast asleep. Not far from home, they hit traffic and exited the highway. Tex says he woke up afraid that they were in a bad neighborhood. He asked his wife to hand him the .38 caliber handgun gun he kept in the car's console. Minutes later, with that loaded gun now in his lap, Tex says he fell back asleep. "And it went off," he later told police. Tex McIver shot his wife of 11 years in the back. She died during surgery. "Can a .38 Special just accidentally go off?" '48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher asked … [Read more...] about Atlanta attorney fatally shoots wife in SUV: Accident or cold-blooded murder?
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The question we’re supposed to answer here is “should you lease this car?” If you live where it’s available, you should absolutely go get a Clarity. The Honda Clarity fuel cell vehicle is a brand new design for 2017, and it’s the first of three different vehicles planned for the platform. The other two are a standard hybrid and a plug-in hybrid, and they are expected to be released later this year. Vehicle Introduction & Overview Automakers have been talking about a hydrogen-electric car for decades, and various prototypes have been made and tested. Toyota was first to market with their Mirai, and now Honda has delivered the Clarity. Honda conducted a prototype beta test a few years ago called the FCX Clarity, and the test went well enough that the Clarity is now in regular production. Honda produced the Clarity for a couple of reasons. First, there’s strong political support to explore hydrogen as part of a general push toward clean power, and … [Read more...] about You can basically drive a brand-new Honda Clarity for free
In Norway, minimalist design is king. Clean lines and unfussy surfacing abounds, from the weather-beaten farmhouses and modern commercial buildings that dot the landscape, to the Scandinavian furniture and clothing that all seems carefully curated inside them. It's form-follows-function, it's gorgeous, and it's no accident that none of it distracts from the country's omnipresent scenic vistas. It makes a lot of sense, then, that Land Rover chose to stage the first drive of its 2018 Range Rover Velar within the Northern European country's borders. The British automaker has taken what it's calling a "reductive design approach" to its handsome new model, and it shows. Most Land Rover models are largely free of car-designer frosting to begin with, but the Velar takes things even further, with slimmed-down LED headlamps, spare bodysides and even flush-fitting retractable door handles, just like a Tesla Model X. The resulting look is streamlined and powerful, without veering toward austere … [Read more...] about 2018 Range Rover Velar review: Effortless SUV elegance on- and off-road