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GM plans $2 billion in cost cuts after record 2022 earnings

GM Q4 net income rises 15% to $2 billion; revenue surged 28% to $43.1 billion; shares rise......»»

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U.S. seeks Tesla driver-assist documents

NHTSA is seeking Tesla driver-assist documents as the automaker is under criminal investigation over claims its EVs could drive themselves......»»

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LIFO tax relief bill for dealers to be reintroduced in House

House sponsors plan to reintroduce the Supply Chain Disruptions Relief Act, which would give dealerships up to three years to replace their inventory before having to pay taxes on inventory sales from 2020 or 2021......»»

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California lawmakers want to prohibit fully autonomous trucking

The California Labor Federation and several Teamsters locals rallied in Sacramento for proposed legislation requiring a trained safety driver to be in the cab during any testing or operations of autonomous vehicles weighing more than 10,001 pounds......»»

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NHTSA opens probe into nearly 87,000 Kia Tellurides after reports of high-beam failure

NHTSA's Office of Defects Investigation said it has received 23 complaints alleging a complete loss of high beams with no reengagement in 2020 Kia Telluride large crossovers......»»

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GM to co-develop Nevada lithium mine as it ramps up EV production

The automaker says it will acquire a $650 million equity stake in Lithium Americas Corp. in a deal that will produce enough lithium for 1 million EVs a year......»»

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How culling Australia"s feral water buffalo could help tackle climate change

The world's largest wild population of water buffalo now roam Australia. As does the largest wild herd of camels. We have millions of feral goats and deer. For these introduced species, Australia is a paradise. Plenty of vegetation, and not many pred.....»»

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"Blue marble": How a half-century of climate change has altered the face of the Earth

In December 1972, NASA's final Apollo mission (Apollo 17) took the iconic "Blue Marble" photo of the whole Earth. Many, including science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke, had expected that the sight of Earth from afar would instill the belief that ma.....»»

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Do mass shootings cause more mass shootings? Research is divided

Two mass shootings in California last week that killed dozens of people in public spaces, as well as a third attack days earlier that killed six family members in their home, have again raised questions about whether such violent incidents inspire ne.....»»

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Major publishers are banning ChatGPT from being listed as an academic author. What"s the big deal?

Unless you've spent your summer on a digital detox, you've probably heard of ChatGPT: the latest AI chatbot taking the world by storm......»»

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Victoria has implemented all 227 recommendations from its Royal Commission into family violence. So was it a success?

In 2016, the Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence released its findings following an exhaustive 13-month inquiry. In it were 227 recommendations to completely transform the state's family violence services......»»

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First Nations people often take on the "cultural load" in their workplaces—employers need to ease this burden

It's good practice for employers to consult staff when forming policies or guidelines. However, for some staff from diverse backgrounds, this creates extra work and pressure......»»

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Microbes in your food can help or hinder your body"s defenses against cancer

The microbes living in your food can affect your risk of cancer. While some help your body fight cancer, others help tumors evolve and grow......»»

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What is CRISPR? What to know about the transformative gene-editing tool

Over the past 10 years, CRISPR has been transformative for research, enabling gene editing that is fast, simple and precise, experts say......»»

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Mini creatures with mighty voices know their audience and focus on a single frequency

In the cloud forests of South America, amid the constant cacophony of bird and insect noise, a deafening blare pierces through the background from time to time. Belonging to the loudest known bird, the white bellbird, Procnias albus, this sound would.....»»

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Plastic pollution in Nigeria: Whose job is it to clean up the mess?

Take a walk or drive through the streets of most Nigerian cities, and you will see plastic waste everywhere. The country's rivers, lakes and ocean are also full of discarded plastic. Nigeria is estimated to generate about 2.5 million tons of plastic.....»»

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Ukraine war: Attitudes to women in the military are changing as thousands serve on front lines

Thousands of women have voluntarily joined Ukraine's armed forces since 2014, when Russia's occupation of Crimea and territories in eastern Ukraine began. Over the past nine years, the number of women serving in the Ukrainian military has more than d.....»»

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Biden blocks Pebble gold mine in salmon-rich area of Alaska

The Biden administration banned the dumping of mining waste near Bristol Bay, Alaska, issuing a decree that thwarts longstanding plans to extract gold, copper and molybdenum because of potential harm to the region's thriving sockeye salmon industry......»»

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Will recent storms save California from a brutal fire season?

It's something of a Golden State paradox: Dry winters can pave the way for dangerous fire seasons fueled by dead vegetation, but wet winters—like the one the state has seen so far—can also spell danger by spurring heaps of new growth that can lat.....»»

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Three Chicago-area refineries that dump toxins into Lake Michigan, rivers may be among worst polluters in US

Oil refineries are dumping massive amounts of toxic chemicals and heavy metals into the Great Lakes and the nation's rivers with little, if any, oversight from government regulators, according to a new analysis that found some of the worst polluters.....»»

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