Hertz ordered to reveal data on car theft reports
A Delaware bankruptcy court judge has ordered Hertz to release data on auto theft reports filed against its customers. The decision comes after CBS News told the court the public had a right to see that information. CBS News’ consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner reports.news.yahoo.com
Rescue operations continue at Iceland lake after deadly plane crash
Despite difficult weather conditions, authorities have resumed attempts to remove the bodies of four people who died after their plane crashed in Lake Thingvallavatn, east of Reykjavik. A US YouTuber and a Belgian influencer were amongst the victims of the accident that took place last week.news.yahoo.com
Wildfires rage in northern Argentina
"Let's hope it rains, that is our only hope," says David Rodriguez, the Chief of a volunteer firefighters association in Corrientes, Argentina, as fires rage across the northern Argentine province. Corrientes has declared a State of Emergency and Agricultural Disaster.news.yahoo.com
Post office to be named for man who saved people during mass shooting
VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia (CNN) - On May 31, a disgruntled employee opened fire at Virginia Beach municipal center, and now a man who was hailed a hero for saving lives in the mass shooting has been honored. Ryan Keith Cox was an account clerk who had worked in the public utilities department for more than 12 years. President Trump on Wednesday signed a bill into law naming a Virginia Beach post office after Cox, one of the 12 people killed in the mass shooting. "The post office building will serve as a permanent reminder of his bravery and sacrifice. The post office, now unnamed, will be called the Ryan Keith Cox Post Office Building.