2016 Acura RDX Review [w/video]

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Acura gives the RDX crossover a number of thoughtful updates for 2016. Are they enough to make the slow-selling CUV appeal to a wider range of consumers? We spend a week with one to find out.

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Fuller House Cast Shares Photos During Filming! Check Out The On-Set Fun Here!

Everywhere you look… there’s another picture being shared from the Fuller House set!

The highly anticipated Netflix reboot is currently filming — and the stars could NOT be having more fun!

On Sunday, Candace Cameron Bure shared a selfie on Instagram with her on-screen sister Jodie Sweetin and on-screen BFF Andrea Barber complete with the caption:

“Love these girls.”

Judging by how much the cast is smiling from ear to ear in all of their pictures, we can tell they are SO excited to be back filming!

[ Related: Full House Twins Officially Sign On To Reprise Their Roles On Fuller House! ]

Last week, Bob Saget shared a photo of Bure admiring John Stamos:

Jesse’s back.A photo posted by Bob (@bobsaget) on Jul 27, 2015 at 12:05pm PDT

Even though it was from the back, the leather jacket and slicked back hair already tells us that Uncle Jesse will make us say “have mercy!” now more than ever.

Just like the original ABC show, Fuller House is filming in front of a live audience, and is set to stream on Netflix in 2016!

[Image via Instagram.]

Dez Bryant, Tyler Patmon hug it out after training camp scuffle – CBSSports.com

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Yasiel Puig’s Walk-Up Music Rules ‘This Is SportsCenter’ Ad

Walk-up music is a very fickle thing. A good song selection can show everyone that you mean business, while a bad selection could wind up leading to others not taking you seriously.

Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig knows how to pick a walk-up song.

In a new “This is SportsCenter” ad, Puig makes all of the ESPN staffers envious of his walk-up music during a meeting. The song helped set the tone and the stage, and it also got everyone’s attention.

Seeing Puig walk up to the front of the room to some nice beats gave some of the staffers an idea. Unfortunately for him, SportsCenter anchor Stan Verrett found out that picking the wrong song can be a crucial mistake.


Sen. Charles Schumer, Comedian Amy Schumer Call For More Gun Control

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Stand-up comedian and actress Amy Schumer is teaming up with her cousin, New York Sen. Charles Schumer, to call for tighter gun control.

She will join the senator on Monday as he unveils a three-part plan that would make it harder for violent criminals and mentally ill to obtain guns.

They cited the recent shooting in a Louisiana movie theater that killed two women and injured nine others during a screening of the movie “Trainwreck” starring Amy Schumer.

The senator’s legislation would create monetary rewards for states that submit all necessary records into the background check system and penalize states that do not. He also will call on Congress to preserve mental health funding and substance abuse programs.

Meanwhile, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams will be launching a gun violence awareness campaign Monday to engage residents in serious conversation about gun violence.

Adams wants to meet with Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo in an effort to fund anti-violence initiatives in high-crime areas.

This all comes after police said at least 50 people were shot in 25 incidents across New York City since Friday.

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Greece debt crisis: Athens stock market ends 16% lower as manufacturing plunges – live

The damage to the Greek economy is so severe that even if a third bailout plan is agreed, it is not likely to last very long and the country is still on course to leave the eurozone.

That is the view of Jonathan Loynes, chief European economist at Capital Economics, who writes:

The scale of the damage done to the Greek economy by the country’s renewed crisis and imposition of capital controls looks set to be far worse than the provisional plans for a third bailout envisaged and suggests that Greece is still likely to leave the currency union at some point.

Even before the Greek capital controls were implemented at the end of last month, the economy was being hit by the generally adverse effects of the renewed crisis. Although Greek GDP contracted by only 0.2% in the first quarter, the available hard data suggest that it did so much more sharply in the second quarter.

On the Athens market fall, market analyst Jasper Lawler at CMC Markets UK said:

The Athens Stock Exchange plummeted on Monday; its first day of trading in five months but an improving manufacturing outlook meant other European stock markets gained as a destination for funds coming out of Greece.

Greek bank stocks went immediately limit down 30% with the rest of the market not faring much better, down as much as 23% on the open. It makes sense to see these kinds of declines given the Greece’s flirtation with an exit from the Eurozone since the stock exchange was closed five weeks ago.

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