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Diaper-Clad Boy, 3, Crashes Aunt's Jeep, Runs Home to Watch Cartoons


iStock/Thinkstock(MYRTLE CREEK, Ore.) -- The mother of a diaper-clad, 3-year-old boy who got behind the wheel of his aunt’s Jeep Wrangler and accidentally put it into gear, sending it crashing into the side of a neighbor’s house, has been cited for failing to properly supervise her child.The woman, identified by police as Brennan Pennington, of Myrtle Creek, Oregon, was issued the citation after the Tuesday evening incident, which was the second involving the boy and police that day.At about 9 a.m. the same day, a Myrtle Creek Police office

Freddie Prinze Jr. Trashes Kiefer Sutherland


Vince Bucci/Getty Images(SAN DIEGO) -- Freddie Prinze Jr. and Kiefer Sutherland worked together on 24 a few years ago, an experience that Prinze tells ABC News Radio was “terrible.”Prinze was at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend to promote his new Disney XD show Star Wars Rebels when the topic of past projects came up and Prinze, completely unsolicited, recalled that working on the Fox series in 2010 almost led him to quit acting.“I did 24, it was terrible. I hated every moment of it," Prinze told ABC News Radio. “Kiefer was
iStock Editorial/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- In a tale of two companies, the earnings reports of Amazon and Facebook this week show how the tech sector is playing out in vastly different ways, depending on what kind of services they offer.Amazon, which has been a publicly-traded company since 1997, reported a much larger loss than Wall Street had expected on Thursday, leading to a slumping stock price on Friday. With roots in Seattle, the company says it is investing heavily in new products, such as the Fire smartphone, which starts selling on Friday.Amazon
Rob Carr/Getty Images(BALTIMORE) -- Ravens running back Ray Rice has chosen not to appeal his two-game suspension for violating the NFL's conduct policy.Rice was not expected to appeal the ban, which means he will miss the Ravens' Sept. 7 regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals and their Sept. 11 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He had a three-day window to take action, but that time has now elapsed.  Rice has yet to publicly comment on the suspension.NFL commissioner Roger Goodell also fined Rice three game checks, which is
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