Consumer Reports is said to have cancelled its recommendation for the new Tesla Model S P85D allegedly for its "worse-than-average" rating based on a new report.
The Tesla Model S P85D, an upgraded full-sized five-door electric luxury liftback introduced by Tesla Motors in October 2014, was recently found to be a poorly reliable vehicle based on a new annual report released by US products review magazine, Consumer Reports.
Initially reviewed to have performed well in tests and earning a "perfect road-test score," the P85D electric sedan was further found to exhibit interior squeaks, and door handles that failed to deploy resulting to locking people out of their vehicles. more >>
Both Apple and Google released their flagship devices this fall - the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus for Apple and the new Nexus smartphone lineup for Google.
With the two brands competing for market share, the iPhone 6s Plus and the Google Nexus 6P manufactured by Huawei have gone head to head with their impressive specs, with the latter being the first handset of the year to carry the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The Google Nexus 6P, with its 5.7-inch QHD AMOLED display under Corning Gorilla Glass 4, is powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC, and an Adreno 430 GPU. more >>
A video showing abortion executives applauding and laughing about late-term abortions has been leaked to the public.
"An eyeball just fell down into my lap and that's gross, and I say to myself, 'This abortion is going well; it's going safely,'" said Dr. Uta Landy, reading comments from abortion providers during a conference in 2014.
Landy's comments were accompanied by laughter and applause. She is the former director for Planned Parenthood California, according to the por life group Live Action News, and works for the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health in San Francisco. more >>
Three California churches have filed a complaint against the state over a recently implemented health insurance provision mandating the coverage of elective abortions.
Foothill Church of Glendora, Calvary Chapel in Chino, and Shepherd of the Hills Church in Porter Ranch filed the complaint last Friday in U.S. District Court. The suit, filed against the director of the California Department of Managed Health Care, seeks injunctive relief from the abortion mandate.
"Plaintiffs believe, as a matter of religious conviction, that it would be sinful and immoral for them intentionally to pay for, participate in, facilitate, or otherwise support abortion, which they believe destroys innocent human life," reads the complaint. more >>
"Real Housewives of Orange County" star Tamra Judge accused her former-co-star Alex Bellino of "giving Jesus a bad name" during Monday night's season 10 Bravo reunion show.
During the season finale, viewers saw Judge, who was once branded the show's villain, get baptized as part of her spiritual journey to accept Jesus as her savior. While her current co-stars applauded the move, Bellino questioned Judge's sincerity in an email that host Andy Cohen read aloud during the taping.
"... When I became a cast member five years ago, I knew that I would be judged because of my appearance and my love for Jesus, with Tamra being my biggest harasser," Bellino wrote in the email. more >>
It's true that sometimes things seem hopeless, even to believers, but the Bible offers clarity and perspective as well as tells us the purposes and reasons for the trials in our life, Pastor Greg Laurie of the California megachurch Harvest Christian Fellowship explained to his congregation in a sermon.
If you want to be a growing Christian, you should read, study and love God's Word; you need to have a prayer life; and you must be actively involved in the church, Laurie told the congregation as he began his message, "Why Does God Allow Trials in the Life of the Believer?"
Laurie preached these three essentials of Christian growth in his previous sermon series, called, "What Every Growing Christian Needs to Know." more >>