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Captain of Doomed Ferry Under Investigation as Relatives Grieve

Park Young-Chul-Donga Daily via Getty Images(SEOUL, South Korea) -- The captain of a ferry that sank off the coast of South Korea Wednesday, leaving nearly 300 people missing, is under investigation as a criminal and was one of the first people to escape the doomed vessel, Coast Guard officials said.Lee Joon-seok, 69, left the ferry on a lifeboat 32 minutes after reporting an accident, officials said.The captain appeared on Korean television Thursday, his face covered by a gray hoodie.“I am really sorry and deeply ashamed,” he said, as he wa

Taylor Swift Surprises Fan at Bridal Shower

The Biggest Cost of Owning a Car May Surprise You

Bucks Owner Sells Team for $550 Million

(NEW YORK) -- When Gena Gabrielle sent Taylor Swift an invite to her bridal shower in Columbus, Ohio, she didn’t exactly expect the pop icon to show up. But she did and now the "Red" singer, 24, has posted a video of the surprise. "There's this girl named Gena, who has been coming to my shows for years," Swift says in the beginning of the video. "I was at the management office the other day and we were going through fan mail and invitations and stuff. I got this wedding invitation." "I've never been to a bridal shower, so we are going to fly to Oh
Wavebreakmedia Ltd/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Many consumers may not know this, but the largest cost of owning a car is depreciation.According to new research from the auto price valuation firm ALG, the process begins on day one.Consider a new car or SUV that sells for $30,000: “On average you lose almost $5,000 literally driving it off the dealer lot,” ALG President Larry Dominique says. “Typically, after three years, the vehicle is worth about half what it was when you first purchased the car.”Most motorists pay attention to gas a
Ronald Martinez/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Milwaukee Bucks owner Herb Kohl announced on Wednesday an agreement to sell the team to investors Wesley Edens and Marc Lasry for approximately $550 million. A condition of the sale was for the buyers to keep the franchise in Milwaukee.Kohl originally purchased the team in 1985 for $18 million and had been searching for new owners that would not move the Bucks from its longtime home. A U.S. senator from 1989-2013, Kohl is reported to still maintain ownership of a significant percentage of the team.The Bucks were
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