Electricity More Cost-Effective Than Diesel For Heavy-Duty Vehicles: Study
New Swedish research challenges conventions, emphasizing optimal battery sizes for the economic feasibility of electric trucks.
Lukashenko Offers Nuclear Weapons For Nations Willing To Join ‘Union State Of Russia And Belarus’
Russian ally and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said nations willing “to join the Union State of Russia and Belarus” will be given nuclear weapons
Jordanian MP’s Arrest Sheds Light On Arms Trafficking Issues
Imad al-Adwan has allegedly carried out a dozen separate smuggling attempts since last year.
Cathie Wood Onto ‘Next Thing’ In AI After ARK’s Nvidia Exit: What’s On Her Radar?
Ark Invest founder Cathie Wood clarified her firm’s flagship fund Ark Innovation ETF (NYSE: ARKK) decision to cash out of Nvidia.
Ron DeSantis Mocks Joe Biden’s ‘Vacation’ Presidency, Says Leadership Not About ‘Virtue Signaling’
In his first campaign rally, DeSantis criticized Biden’s presidency and the debt ceiling deal, sparking a potential GOP showdown.
Arnold Schwarzenegger Says ‘No One Gives A S**t’ About Climate Change: ‘Let’s Go And Rephrase This’
The Hollywood star argues that linking pollution to climate change could incite more urgent global action.
Shipping Pallets, Polystyrene Get A Sustainable Makeover
UBQ Materials collaborates with PepsiCo on pallets and with Resirene to incorporate its plastic replacement into polystyrene.
The Importance Of Businesses Communicating Success
A focused, energetic communications strategy is needed to reassure customers, employees and industry.
Cashing In On Cryptocurrency And NFTs: Buyer Beware
Growing interest in digital money reflected by strong in-person attendance at recent NFT NYC conference.
Do Environmental Protection Laws Only Work When The Economy Is Doing Well?
Politicians roll back environmental protection laws, claiming to fix the supply-chain crisis.
Registered Republicans Win Nearly ¾ Of School Board Seats In Oklahoma
Despite nonpartisan ballots, data shows registered Republicans claiming most of Oklahoma’s school board seats.
Former Treasury Secretary Summers Criticizes IRS Provisions In Debt Ceiling Agreement
Summers opposes IRS funding cuts in debt ceiling deal, warns of future deficits and tax cheats’ advantage.
Microsoft Gets Price-Target Hike On ‘Jaw-Dropping’ Nvidia Guidance
Analyst Daniel Ives remains bullish on Microsoft’s artificial intelligence prospects, lifting the price target to $375.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Spaceflight Entity Liability Bill Into Law
The law provides limited liability for spaceflight entities, bolstering Florida’s role in the thriving commercial space industry.
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Denver To Elect A New Mayor For The First Time Since 2011
Democrats Brough and Johnston promise to address affordability, public safety, and homelessness.
A History Of Expulsion From State Legislatures Since 2003
Two Tennessee state legislatures were briefly expelled from their position earlier this year. How common are these expulsions?
Fed’s Favorite Inflation Gauge Exceeds Expectations, Fueling Fear Of New Rate Hikes
The U.S. PCE price index rose 4.4% and Core PCE price index rose 4.7% year-over-year in April
Spain’s Opposition Leader Feijóo Foresees The End Of The Socialist Era: “We’ve Gone Far Enough”
People’s Party leader Feijóo rallies for end to ‘sanchismo’ and a new political era in Spain amid upcoming snap general elections.
Robert Kiyosaki Is Predicting The Downfall Of Germany And The Dollar
Robert Kiyosaki flags potential German bankruptcy, hints at similar US fate, and advocates Bitcoin as a safer financial asset.
A Young Girl Recalls Surviving A Fire Incident With No Hair
She knows she looks different, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t long to be like other teens her age
The Grate Escape: Dog Who Chased Rat Down A Drainhole Saved By Firefighters
Terrified pooch had to be sedated by a vet before rescuers could pull it free.
Whistle-Blower Video Shows Harrowing Animal Suffering In Spanish Testing Lab
NGO claims that Spain conducted 817,742 experiments on animals in 2019, with 12 percent for the regulatory testing of medicines.
Hellish Conditions On Austrian Pig Farm Exposed In Shocking Footage
Dead piglets can also be seen rotting in harsh conditions, which are later collected by employees and placed in plastic buckets.
All Teeth Come From Single Ancient Sea Predator, According To New Study
It backs the ‘outside in’ idea that states that scales migrated into the mouths of ancient vertebrates.
Junk Food And Tainted Water: People Ingest A Credit Card Worth Of Nanoplastics Weekly, Study Says
Such substances are bad for people’s health over the long run, medical researchers in Austria say.
Owls About A Snack? 6-Million-Year-Old Owl Fossil Still Had Lunch In Its Stomach
The estimated size of the bird’s eyeball suggests it was active during the day, unlike its modern nocturnal relatives.
The Controversial ‘Lightyear’ Remains Available In The Disney+ Library
Did Walt Disney Company’s Disney+ remove the controversial and unsuccessful film “Lightyear” from its library? Not quite
Apple Stock Could Make A Run Back To The All-time High
The stock closed the May 26 trading session 1.41% higher, leading the SPDR S&P 500 to close up 1.3%.
Nvidia Not The Only AI Play, Says Ark Investment’s Cathie Wood
Ark admits Nvidia’s importance in powering the AI revolution but the firm believes the stock may have outpaced its current value.
Israel Signs Transport Accords With Morocco
Israeli Transportation Minister Miri Regev and her Moroccan counterpart Mohamed Abdeljalil signed three agreements in Rabat
HBO Intern’s Mortifying Mistake Sparks Online Solidary With Dear Intern
A mistake lead to an intern’s lesson in communication as she sent a test email to HBO’ subscribers.
Former Army Prosecutor Slams Trump In Classified Documents Case
Previous and current Trump attorneys testified before the grand jury as the special council conducted the investigation.