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Subsidies For Electric Cars Result In Renaults For Free

Germany - Subsidies are currently helping boost auto sales for the country. With the automotive industry currently taking a large hit due to COVID-19, the country is offering better incentives to keep the ball rolling. The concept is the result of Germany allowing Koenig, one of the largest car manufacturers in Germany to lese the new Renault Zoe for next to nothing. Since these have been in place, the Germany…

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Rivian Shifts Focus To Lifestyle Driving

Rivian - an electric car company looking to make large-scale headway in the EV industry is changing gears into lifestyle branding. The electric car company looks to take on Tesla by focusing on what the company isn't doing. When you take a look at the way that Tesla has developed the EV market they did most things right. They established a commuter car and various higher end-EV cars. They also…

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Rest Hours Extended For Tired Drivers

Rest has been on the minds of one of the hardest working industries in America. A multitude of factors have led the trucking industry to overextend their drivers. Now, a necessary step has been made for drivers who are facing the harsh realities of a global pandemic. Rest For the Weary The trucking industry has had one of the toughest times during this pandemic. With the previous trucking crisis combined…

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Armenian Genocide Remembered

Photo: Rita Willaert, used under CC BY 2.0 On the 105th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the country commemorated the fallen in new and unique ways. While the outbreak of coronavirus put the country into lockdown, citizens still managed memorial participation. Thursday evening, residents in the capital city of Yerevan shut off their lights to burn candles in window, or wave phone lights. Simultaneously, the city shut off its lights…

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Trump Offers Thanks To Country’s Truckers

As much of the country stays at home to avoid the continued spread of covid-19, truckers maintain chains of supply across the US. Their work ensures grocery stores keep stocked, medical equipment makes it to healthcare providers, and essential goods remain available through the pandemic. As a show of appreciation, President Trump thanked truckers for their dedication. Emerging from the White House, Trump delivered remarks at a podium flanked by…

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Tracking Software Targets Coronavirus

In an effort to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus, tech giants Apple and Google plan to utilize tracking capabilities to help users avoid infection. The technology at the core of the program is Bluetooth Low Energy. Bluetooth LE uses radio technology to communicate between devices. Unlike normal Bluetooth, LE uses short bursts of energy, often for initial connections between devices, like cell phones and headphones. Apple and Google…

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Homebuying Falls Off Amid Pandemic

No industry seems immune to the economic fallout imposed by the global pandemic. In California, where cases exceed much of the rest of the country, the financial hit pushed nearly 2 million people into unemployment. For comparison, the entirety of the Great Recession saw 2.2 million unemployment claims from California. As a result, homebuying took a steep dive over the preceding weeks. With data collected by ReportsOnHousing, Jonathan Lasner writing…

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Closures Issued From Mayor Over COVID-19

In response to the spread of the novel coronavirus, Mayor Eric Garcetti issued an executive order requiring certain businesses to close. The closures last through the end of the month. However, Garcetti may extend them depending on COVID-19 developments. The closures impact a variety of industries that feature gatherings as part of their business. Included in the closures are restaurants, bars, entertainment venues, and gyms. In addition to music venues,…

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Harvey Weinstein Found Guilty

After weeks of harrowing testimony, the trial of former Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein concludes with a guilty verdict. The jury convicted him of two sex crimes. The charges, criminal sexual act in the first degree and rape in the third degree, relate to his abuse of 2 of the 6 women that testified. A jury of seven men and five women deliberated for five days before arriving at their verdict.…

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Bill Murray Sports Jeep in New Superbowl Ad

February 3rd - Bill Murray reprises his role as Phil Connors a weatherman from the film "Groundhog Day". The 1993 film sees Bill reliving the same day over and over again. This time, though, there is something added to his curse. Reliving The Same Day...but with Style For those that aren't aware, the movie Groundhogs day has Bill waking up every day - the same day at 6 am to…

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