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2023 Bronco Heritage Edition in Race Red

The Newest Ford Broncos Pay Tribute to the OG 4x4s That Started Them All

Ford is using the new Bronco to turn back the clock. The Detroit auto giant unveiled a series of Heritage Edition variants of its ultra-popular SUV on Thursday. The exclusive models all feature designs inspired by the first Bronco from 1966. Just like the GT before it, the Bronco Heritage Editions are meant to pay …

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NFL position battles to watch in joint practices: Dolphins cornerbacks vs. Bucs receivers gets things started

Every year, there comes a time in training camp where players grow tired of hitting their own teammates. The practice of teams coming together before a preseason game offers a chance to break up the monotony. Here are some of the training camp battles to watch during joint practices in August: Miami cornerbacks against Tampa …

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A recession may have actually started ‘the end of last year’: Former Fed official

The U.S. economy could have entered a recession before the calendar turned to 2022. “I wouldn’t be surprised if they [the National Bureau of Economic Research] actually push the start of the recession to the end of last year,” Dreyfus Mellon Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart, who spent spent 24 years in various research roles at …

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Pickle pizza started as a novelty, but now it’s a big dill

Comment on this story Comment correction An earlier version of this article incorrectly said “Good Morning America” cast members tried pickle pizza on-screen. It was members of the “Today” show. The article has been corrected. The debate over whether pineapple belongs on pizza is staler than a three-day-old Dominos slice. For evidence of just how …

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