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17 states weigh in on the approval of California's electric car mandate

17 states weigh in on the approval of California’s electric car mandate

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Seventeen states with vehicle emissions standards bound by California rules face weighty decisions about whether or not to follow that state’s strictest new rules in the country…

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Octogenarian brothers make popular hand drawn posters

Octogenarian brothers make popular hand drawn posters

NEW YORK (AP) — For years, Miguel and Carlos Cevallos made a living drawing posters for neighborhood nightclubs, taco trucks and restaurants in Queens, painting business basements or on their…

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Octogenarian brothers make popular hand drawn posters

Octogenarian brothers make popular hand drawn posters

NEW YORK (AP) — For years, Miguel and Carlos Cevallos made a living drawing posters for neighborhood nightclubs, taco trucks and restaurants in Queens, painting business basements or on their…

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Once in the doldrums, the Florida coast is buzzing with space launches

Once in the doldrums, the Florida coast is buzzing with space launches

TITUSVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A decade ago, Florida’s Space Coast was in the doldrums. The space shuttle program had ended, and with it the steady stream of space enthusiasts who…

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Panel: West Point should rename Lee Barracks, nix KKK art

Panel: West Point should rename Lee Barracks, nix KKK art

West Point cadets constantly pass historic reminders – from Grant Hall and Bradley Barracks to statues of Douglas MacArthur and Dwight Eisenhower overlooking the parade grounds. Now a congressional commission…

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US agents search for properties linked to Russian oligarch

US agents search for properties linked to Russian oligarch

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. federal agents simultaneously searched properties in Manhattan, a swanky Hamptons beach community and an exclusive Miami island on Thursday that have been linked to a…

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Carbon expected to cost 3.6 times more than US price, study finds

Carbon expected to cost 3.6 times more than US price, study finds

Every ton of carbon dioxide that comes out of a smokestack or tailpipe does far more damage than governments realize, researchers conclude in a scientific paper published Thursday. Major hurricanes…

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