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Breakingviews TV: Electric dreams

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Automakers, miners and even vacuum maker Dyson are talking up battery-powered cars. Rob Cox and Antony Currie explain why high costs and supply concerns will keep gasoline engines purring.

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On February 2, 1959, things took a macabre turn in the Ural Mountains. Nine experienced hikers died under what many consider to be questionable circumstances. The area in which they died would later be named the Dyatlov Pass in honor of Igor Dyatlov, the team’s leader. Investigators at the time never found conclusive evidence of […]
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Trump's unveils big tax overhaul plan

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President Donald’s Trump’s tax plan slashes rates on businesses and the wealthy but offers few details on how to pay for the cuts without driving up the deficit. Fred Katayama reports.

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Investors who hold some of Puerto Rico’s bonds are offering the beleaguered island $1 billion to finance urgent repairs to its ruined electrical grid.

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President Donald Trump says a foreign leader told him at the United Nations last week that his country was soon going to announce five new factories in the United States in the automobile industry. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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We’ve probably all glanced up at airliners and jets flying up high in the sky at some point or another. While common sense tells us that the white lines coming out of planes are contrails and that they’re completely normal and harmless, the subject of chemtrails (which many people believe them to be) has been […]
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We all love good songs. From love ballads to power ballads and rage-filled songs to dark world-building epics, we are drawn into a good rhythm and lyrics. We usually assume that the artists are pouring their creative ideas and some of their own experiences into their music. But there are times that reality is so […]
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Steep U.S. tariff ruling causes turbulence for Boeing rival

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U.S. aerospace giant Boeing was handed a victory over Canadian rival Bombardier by the U.S. Commerce Department, which slapped a 220 percent tariff on planes being sold by Bombardier to U.S. airlines.

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