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Cadillac Escalade most likely to catch thief's eye

The blinged-out Cadillac Escalade SUV, a favorite of A-listers like Tiger Woods, is once again the vehicle voted most likely to be stolen, according to an insurance industry group.Full story

Flash floods saturate Milwaukee

  Intense rainfall turns streets into streams in Wisconsin’s “Cream City,” damaging property and threatening lives. NBC’s Kevin Tibbles reports.

Tiger's free ride ends

  Jan. 14: GM has stopped allowing Tiger Woods the free use of loaner cars, reportedly including the Cadillac Escalade he crashed. NBC's Chris LeClere reports.

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Golfer Tiger Woods departs closing ceremonies with his wife Elin Nordegren at the Presidents Cup golf tournament in San Francisco, California, in this October 7, 2009 file photo. Woods on Sunday accepted full responsibility for the car accident that took place outside his Florida home but said he wa