• Tesla Model 3: Affordability Won't Last Long

    Tesla Model 3: Affordability Won't Last Long

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    Vehicles ordered or sold on or before January 1 would still get unlimited free charging. Tesla Motors have confirmed that the Model 3 is going to be their biggest volume vehicle yet and the auto is targeted at the affordable market. Besides, the Model 3 is not expected to debut with a single battery option. The company says autos requested after January 1, 2017 will get approximately 1,000 miles worth of credits every year at the supercharging stations.
  • Obama meets Trump in transitional courtesy call

    Obama meets Trump in transitional courtesy call

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    He said the two talked about "organizational issues", as well as domestic and foreign policies. Trump's campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, said Wednesday that she was with Trump when Clinton's close aide, Huma Abedin, called to say her boss wanted to talk to the president-elect.
  • Suspect Arrested in San Francisco Officer Shooting

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    McManus said earlier that he doesn't believe the suspect has any relationship to the motorist who was pulled over initially. Most police slayings are carried out by white men, and most people killed by police are white, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.
  • Kym Owens: Renewed police appeal after Maynooth assault

    Kym Owens: Renewed police appeal after Maynooth assault

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    The Bachelor of Arts student is being treated in the intensive care unit at Blanchardstown Hospital. Owens, from Castleblaney in Monaghan, was found unconscious on a footpath in Moyglare Abbey estate in Maynooth at approximately 8.30pm on Sunday night, having sustained serious head injuries in what Gardaí described as a "serious assault".
  • O'Hare Airport Workers To Announce Intent To Strike During Holiday

    O'Hare Airport Workers To Announce Intent To Strike During Holiday

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    The workers involved have been trying to organize with the union's help. And Monday, about 500 workers, including aircraft cabin cleaners and janitors, could walk off the job. November 29 is the last day of the 12-day Thanksgiving holiday travel period, during which the leading airline trade group estimates that 27.3 million passengers will fly on USA carriers, a 2.5% increase from a year earlier.
  • Police say Texas woman faked pregnancy, killed newborn's mother, kidnapped baby

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    Yesenia Sesmas , left, of Dallas is accused of traveling to Wichita , Kansas, on November 17, 2016, and killing Laura Abarca-Nogueda before snatching the new mother's 6-day-old daughter. A suspect, 34-year-old Yesenia Sesmas , was arrested according to Wichita police. "She was a loving mother to her daughter Sophia, a devoted girlfriend, also a caring sister, [daughter], and aunt, simply a friend to us all".
  • Napoli-Kiev, scontrii all'esterno del San Paolo: la polizia carica i tifosi

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    Un'ora prima della partita, a Villa Literno , un gruppo di tifosi ucraini in preda all'alcol aveva bloccato il treno sui cui viaggiava verso Napoli , occupando i binari. Sul posto sono intervenuti anche i vigili del fuoco. I tifosi partenopei hanno lanciato all'indirizzo dei poliziotti bottiglie, pietre e sedie. La situazione, almeno per il momento, è tornata tranquilla dopo che le forze dell'ordine sono riuscite a far disperdere gli ultras.
  • Trump sees some human role in climate change

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    One of Trump's biggest supporters, columnist and author Ann Coulter, criticized the decision , tweeting: "Whoa!" Trump said he wanted to see Clinton investigated not as a political opponent but because she has blatantly violated US espionage laws, mishandled top-secret information, destroyed government files and obstructed justice with her handling of classified information on a private server in her home while she was in office.
  • This California Senator Wants To Scrap The Electoral College

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    Members of the Electoral College who decide to go against their state laws or traditions telling them who to vote for are quite ominously called " faithless electors ". It was conceived by the founders to appease southern slave-owning states and for an anti-democratic fear of the uneducated hoi polloi. The answer to his question should be, "Neither: We want a president who wins by motivating the most citizens to vote for her".
  • Why Trump won't prosecute Hillary Clinton over emails

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    Trump's clashes with the media appear to foreshadow a stormy relationship when he moves into the White House in January. He appeared to reference a November 19 article from the newspaper's public editor, Liz Spayd, who said that the number of complaints received by the public editor's office is "five times the normal level", and one of the largest influxes since September 11, 2001.
  • Driver charged in USA elementary school bus tragedy

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    At an evening prayer vigil, a local church overflowed and gospel choir boomed out songs. It was not immediately known whether he had a lawyer. Among those saying it is now time to reconsider is Tennessee state Rep. "There has been times where I've seen him going a little faster than he probably should be going", Harris said. He said his daughter and stepson were in shock and pain after the crash.