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    (CBS DETROIT) – A top trend in the last day, yep it is back! Ford is taking aim at Jeep Chrysler in its new Ford Bronco reveal. Experts say the truck models similar key Jeep features. The automaker will start manufacturing three different models for release next year: a 2-door, 4-door and sport version. The base model Bronco starts at just under $30,000. Ford moved the unveiling back a few days because the original date fell on OJ Simpson’s birthday. © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Related
    (CNN)It's been 25 years since the last Ford Bronco was made. Ford is bringing the brand back, with the unveiling of three new off-road-oriented SUVs under the Bronco name. At an online event Monday night, Ford introduced the 2021 Bronco, which will come in a two- and a four-door version, and the smaller Bronco Sport. The new Broncos are engineered for hard off-road driving and include features designed to make it easier to get far from civilization and even stay there for a while.The Bronco, which will come in a two- and a four-door version, and the smaller Bronco Sport will compete directly with Fiat Chrysler's Jeep (FCAU) line of off-road vehicles. The market for rugged SUVs, which Jeep currently dominates, is growing twice as fast as SUVs overall, Ford executives have said. The 2021 Ford Bronco seen here with the Sasquatch off-road package and its roof and doors taken off.The larger Broncos will be available with 35-inch off-road tires and will be able to drive through water nearly 3 feet, 10 inches deep. It has independent front suspension, unlike...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon Routinely performing pull-ups during your workouts is one of the best ways to build muscle and get stronger — so long as you're doing them correctly. Even if you're unable to do a single pull-up right now, there are exercises you can incorporate into your workouts to help you build toward them.  Once you're comfortable on a pull-up bar, adding one to your home gym setup gives you the ability to perfect your technique and allows you to work out whenever you see fit. We spoke to certified personal trainer, Brad Baldwin, about how to start incorporating pull-ups into your weekly routine, no matter if you can easily manage 20 or none at all.  Updated on 7/7/2020 by Rick Stella: Added links to personal trainer Brad Baldwin and his advice on how to start doing pull-ups, checked the availability of the selected pull-up equipment, and updated the prices, formatting, and links throughout.  If you're looking to get stronger and build...
    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Door knocking by census takers at the homes of people who haven’t yet responded to the 2020 census is scheduled to start next month with a “soft launch,” while a previously postponed count of the homeless will take place in September, U.S. Census Bureau officials said Friday. The door knocking to interview households that haven’t yet responded to the 2020 census was supposed to have started last month, but the ongoing pandemic prompted officials to push most of it back until August. Next month will mark the start of a “soft launch” in six locations around the country to be named later “to ensure systems, operations and field plans work as they should,” the bureau said in a statement. All census takers will be trained in social distancing and will have personal protective equipment, according to the bureau. As of Thursday, almost 61% of U.S. residents had answered the census questionnaire either online, by telephone or by mailing back the form. The Census Bureau plans to hire hundreds of thousands of census takers to knock on...
    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jake Guentzel’s roller-coaster season is about to take another unlikely turn: postseason participant. The Penguins All-Star forward has joined a handful of teammates on the ice as part of Phase 2 of the NHL’s Return to Play program and figures to be ready when Pittsburgh faces Montreal in the opening round of the playoffs sometime this summer. Guentzel’s breakout year appeared to be over when he took an awkward spill on Dec. 30 following his 20th goal of the season. He crashed into the end boards a split-second after collecting his 200th career point when he accidentally tripped over the stick of Senators defenseman Thomas Chabot. The 25-year-old — whose play during the opening months kept Pittsburgh afloat amid myriad injuries to high-profile players — clutched his side as he skated to the bench and underwent surgery the following day. With his rehab expected to last until late April or early May, Guentzel feared he might not be back until 2020-21. Then came the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing the NHL to pause its season in mid-March and giving...
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