The All-New Jeep Wrangler Is Finally Here

The all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler made its big debut at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show on Wednesday.

The new Jeep looks similar to the current model, but Fiat Chrysler Automotive claims its the most capable SUV it has ever made. The vehicle is designed it to have better aerodynamics, improved performance, and the company has given it some nice tech updates.

The 2018 Jeep Wrangler will first be available with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that ponies up 285 hp and 260 lb-ft with the option of an automatic or six-speed manual transmission.

A 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that puts out 270 hp and 295 lb-ft and has an 8-speed automatic transmission will also be available and will feature a new eTorque technology that helps improve fuel efficiency.

And for the first time ever, Jeep will also offer a diesel engine in the US. The diesel version will have a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 EcoDiesel engine that exerts 260 hp and 443 lb-ft and has an 8-speed automatic transmission. Given its extra torque, this will likely be the most appealing option for those serious about off-roading and towing.

Those who opt for the diesel model, though, will also have to wait until 2019 and it will only be available as a four-door.

Jeep lovers will notice some of the biggest design changes inside the vehicle. The dashboard has been flattened out to make the vehicle feel more open and the vehicle maker has added push-button start. The vehicle also comes with a standard 7-inch or optional 8-inch touchscreen.

The new JL generation model features an aluminum frame and while its body is slightly bigger, the new version actually weighs about 200 pounds less than the previous JK model.

Jeep will begin rolling out the 2018 Wrangler in showrooms across the US early next year.

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Pro- and anrti-Huthi Yemenis mark different events

Huthi loyalists in the Yemeni capital Sanaa celebrate the Prophet Mohammed’s birthday while Yemenis loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh in the southern port city of Aden mark the 50th anniversary of the independence of southern Yemen from Britain.

HENRY BLODGET: 14 Things You’ll Want To Know About The Future Of Media

Henry Blodget opened the latest sold-out IGNITION conference with a presentation entitled “The Future of Digital: The Next Big Thing.” And he should know: Blodget is the cofounder, CEO, and editor-in-chief of Business Insider, one of the most read business and tech news sites in the world with more than 80 million visitors a month worldwide.

The presentation was put together with the help of the team at BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s premium research service. In the presentation, Blodget details where the future of digital is likely headed.

The key takeaways:
Digital media consumption is growing; everything else is shrinking.
Digital advertising is growing; everything else is flat.
It’s Google and Facebook, and then everyone else.
Traditional TV has passed its peak, but TV won’t die.
The next big thing isn’t smartwatches or glasses or even virtual reality.
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Merkel, Schulz open talks aiming to break govt impasse

Chancellor Angela Merkel opens talks with Social Democrat chief Martin Schulz hoping to end Germany’s political stalemate, but the atmosphere has already been poisoned by disobedience within her ranks. IMAGES

The FCC Wants The Future Of Net Neutrality To Not Include Net Neutrality

On December 14, the FCC will consider and vote on Chairman Ajit Pai’s “Restoring Internet Freedom” proposal, which would reclassify internet service — now considered a Title II “utility” — as an “information service.” The proposal, which is expected to pass on a party-line 3-2 vote, would end a 2015 policy known as “net neutrality,” and give internet service providers significantly more power over what their customers do on the internet and how they access it.

Pai, his Republican allies, and the telecom industry promise that this will allow the internet to flourish and stimulate investment in broadband internet infrastructure. Critics and experts argue, however, that this policy change will simply remove the FCC-imposed barriers that prevent telecoms from abusing their power over the content and services delivered over their networks.

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Bojangles’ Southern Fried-chicken Chain Is About To Take Over America

Bojangles’ fast food chain has been making fried chicken and biscuits since 1977. Most locations are in the Southern United States but they’re hoping to expand. Following is the text of the video.

Bojangles’ is a popular fast food chain in the South. There are over 700 locations. The first one opened in 1977.

Jensen Rubinstein: So here we have a chicken plate with Bojangles’ famous chicken and biscuits. This is real chicken, with bones in. We have a thigh and a leg, a biscuit that comes with every plate, and the dirty rice. It’s so juicy!

You can also get boneless chicken tenders or a variety of chicken sandwiches.

Kurtis Denny: My favorite is the Cajun Filet Biscuit. They always give you a piece of chicken that doesn’t fit quite on the biscuit so it’s more bang for your buck. And I love it because it’s a little bit spicy too.

Bojangles’ dirty rice is made with sausage and spices mixed in. There are four different dipping sauces:
Ranch, BBQ, Honey Mustard, Bo’s Special Sauce

Jensen Rubinstein: One of the favorites of Southerners is ranch. They’ll put anything in ranch — chicken, fries, rice probably? Mac and cheese, I don’t know, in the ranch.

After that, if you still need another biscuit, go for the Bo-Berry Biscuit topped with icing. Or, get some for the road.

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CNN’s President Jeff Zucker On Matt Lauer Being Fired

CNN’s President Jeff Zucker weighs in after “Today” show anchor Matt Lauer was fired amid sexual misconduct allegations. Following is a transcript of the video.

Jeff Zucker: Obviously it’s incredibly, incredibly disturbing, what we’ve learned in the last 24 hours from the reporting from The New York Times and Variety. And incredibly, incredibly sad. First of all, you know you have to feel for the women who endure this and lived with it and have come forward. And you know, obviously I’ve known Matt for 25 years and I didn’t know this Matt.

Mike Shields: You didn’t see this coming?

Zucker: No, look I mean, what’s chronicled incredibly well and in Variety and the New York Times is deviant and predatory behavior. And you know, obviously, that is not something that I was ever aware of or had even heard of or had ever been suggested or anything like that. And it’s just incredibly, incredibly heartbreaking.

Shields: When you were there at the “Today” show was it, it’s been depicted as a real boys club. A ruckus kind of place, is that a fair characterization?

Zucker: Yeah, so I had been gone from the “Today” show for 17 years. I was at the “Today” show, I was the executive producer at the “Today” show from 1992 to 2000 and that’s not the way that I would have characterized the show at all at the time. And you know, obviously, in that time that I was there, I was at NBC for 25 years. For five years in my career, you know, no one ever brought to me or to my knowledge, there was never a complaint about Matt, there was never a suggestion of that kind of deviant, predatory behavior, not even a whisper of it. Nothing like that. So you know I can’t say that that’s the culture that we lived in.

Shields: What about at CNN right now? I imagine every company in the country is reconciling with this or trying to figure out, “Do we have a problem? What’s going on?” I know that at Jake Tapper’s show there was an announcement yesterday, what’s been going on at CNN in the midst of all this?

Zucker: Yeah look I don’t think it’s just the media world either, right? Obviously. But clearly, the media world is not immune. We had a producer on one of our programs in Washington, “State of the Union,” where there were, there was a behavior that was completely inconsistent with our standards and culture. And we dismissed him last week. And you know look, like the way that NBC was when I was there, the way CNN is today if we are aware of any of that. If any of that is brought to our attention will investigate immediately, and that’s what we did last week. And I think that you know, I’m sure that’s what’s going on everywhere.

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What The Senate Republicans’ Tax Plan Means Based On Your Salary

Your Money editor Lauren Lyons Cole compares the Senate and the House’s tax reform proposals and how they may affect your take-home pay.

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Lauren Lyons Cole: Tax reform is inching forward. Currently there are two separate versions of the plan. The House has already introduced and passed their version, but the Senate is in the middle of trying to bring theirs to a full vote maybe this week.

The two plans are actually pretty different and before they can bring a bill to President Donald Trump to sign tax reform into law, the Senate and the House Republicans are going to have to figure out a way to merge the two. In the meantime, they’re pretty different. Here are the major differences that could affect your take-home pay if tax reform is signed into law.

As it stands now, the Senate’s version of the tax plan seems like it could end up saving you a little bit more than the House’s version, but a lot of that depends on how much money you make, where you live, and whether you itemize deductions or take the standard deduction.

We ran the numbers using both plans’ proposals for a single childless taxpayer who claims a standard deduction at three different income levels: someone making $25 thousand a year, $75 thousand a year, and $175 thousand a year.

Here’s why the numbers are a little bit different. First we have this year’s taxes, where we have seven different tax brackets, a standard deduction, and a personal exemption, you just get one if you’re single.

Then we have the House’s tax plan. That proposal eliminates the personal exemption, doubles the standard deduction, and collapses the tax brackets from the seven we have now down to four.

The Senate’s tax plan keeps the seven different tax brackets but tweaks the income ranges for each of those just slightly. It also eliminates the personal exemption and increases the standard deduction, but as you can see, the House’s plan and the Senate’s plan don’t end up at exactly the same place, even if you’re claiming the standard deduction.

Based on these calculations you can see that the Senate’s tax plan would end up saving you a little bit more, perhaps, than the House’s tax plan, but it’s still not a sweeping tax cut. It’s not enough to renovate your kitchen, it’s not enough to go on a big vacation. Unless, of course, you’re a wealthy American, because the top 1% does stand to benefit handsomely.

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How Wedding Cakes Could Redefine Americans’ Free Speech

The Supreme Court is about to decide if cakes are art. In the most-watched case of the term, the justices will consider if bakers can say no to making cakes they don’t agree with. Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission pits a cake-maker’s First Amendment rights against a gay couple’s right not to be discriminated against. A win for the cake shop could let other kinds of business owners turn people away because of who they are.

We asked other Denver bakers how they handle cakes they don’t believe in — and where they draw the line.

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Neonlight – Tailspin (Inward, Hanzo & Randie Remix)

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