Articles by Elisha Maldonado

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Terror Threat: U.S. Cites 'Specific, Credible' Source as it Rachets Up Alert

President Barack Obama on Thursday directed U.S. intelligence officials to take all precautions after receiving credible intelligence that al-Qaida militants in Pakistan may be pursuing a plot to carry out car or truck bombings in Washington, D.C., and New York City to coincide with the tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

Ali Lohan New Face: No Longer Looks Like a Lohan

Ali Lohan, Lindsay Lohan's 17-year-old sister, sported a much altered face when she stepped out with Linsday in Beverly Hills Wednesday, sparking debate over whether she has had plastic surgery. Her lips looked plumper, her nose more refined, completely redesigned eyebrows, and more prominent cheekbones. Usually thin, Ali was looked much thinner.

iPhone 5 Release Date: All Release Rumors in Five Easy Steps

When will it arrive: Rumor has it that an Apple fixture at Best Buy is set for Oct. 21. On Monday, Bloomberg reported that Deutsche Telekom, a German Telco company, has started selling it by taking reservations from its subscribers. Despite technically being non-existent, reports have indicated that the iPhone 5 is going into production overseas this week. If true, that would align with a Best Buy early October release. So you can look forward (eventually) to a September reveal.

iPhone 5 Release Date: One More Indication it's Fast Approaching

Deutsche Telekom AG (DTE) is now taking customer reservations for the next-generation of Apple Inc.'s iPhone 5 starting Sept. 5, as new evidence supports rumors that the iPhone 5, expected to be revealed in October, will launch on Sprint's nationwide CDMA network this fall.

Turkey Suspending Trade, Military Ties with Israel

After dramatically downgrading its relations with Israel on Friday, Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his country is totally suspending all trade and military ties with Israel, as relations between the countries continue to sour.

Michele Bachmann's Campaign Chief, Deputy Quit

Like Newt Gingrich before her, GOP presidential hopeful Michelle Bachmann has lost two of her most senior aides. Ed Rollins, Bachmann's campaign manager, said he cannot work rigorous, 14-hour days every day; his deputy, David Polyansky, will also be stepping down.

Texas Fires Burn Thousands of Acres, Destroy 300 Homes

In a summer where brush fires have surpassed the worst-season-in-history records, multiple wildfires blazed across southeast Texas Sunday, scorching thousands of acres, stretching across a 16-mile area, and destroying 300 homes, authorities said.

Mitt Romney to Lay Out 'Bold' Jobs Plan

Mitt Romney promised Friday to unveil his proposal to cut federal spending and business taxes in a bold jobs plan that would call for a reduction of burdensome regulations and also seek a balanced budget.

Romney Realizes He Has Competition, But is it Too Late?

Almost from the start, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has enjoyed a relatively comfortable lead over his competitors in the GOP presidential race, but it was only a matter of time until someone usurped his title as No. 1. The time has finally come -- and it has come in the form of Texas Gov. Rick Perry.