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A Tesla vehicle was on autopilot when it collided with a truck

A Tesla vehicle involved in a deadly collision with a truck in Florida was on autopilot, a federal investigation determined. The Model 3 was under the truck and its driver…

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Clashes between police and protesters in North Dakota

Tension continues to mount at Standing Rock, North Dakota, where some 400 protesters block a bridge over a state highway. The protesters, who oppose the construction of the Dakota Access…

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US bank cancels credit card debts of Canadian customers

A US bank has decided to cancel all credit card debts of its Canadian customers as part of a withdrawal from this market. New York-based Chase Bank announced it was…

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TransCanada Pipeline leak in South Dakota

TransCanada Oil announced the closure of the Keystone pipeline due to an oil spill of approximately 795,000 liters in South Dakota. The leak took place in Marshall County, near the…

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Winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Idaho

There was a winner in the Tuesday night Mega Millions Jackpot drawing for $355 million, but officials are not naming names just yet. At least one ticket with the winning…

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Huawei is challenging its US contracting ban as unconstitutional

Huawei continues its lawsuit against the United States , challenging the constitutionality of a US law that prohibits federal agencies from buying their products. The beleaguered Chinese technology company said…

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Alaska records its warmest month ever

July was the hottest month in Alaska , according to the United States National Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Sea ice melted, fish from the Bering Strait swam…

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ISIS claimed responsibility for suicide attack that killed 63 people at a wedding

A suicide bomb attack at a wedding in Kabul killed 63 people and wounded 182 on Saturday, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry of Afghanistan said. Among the victims were…

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Donald Trump advisor apologizes for his remarks against Trudeau

White House advisor Peter Navarro on Tuesday lamented the “inappropriate tone” he has used for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this weekend following the G7 in Quebec. At an event…

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ICE and FBI use driver’s license photos for facial recognition

Agents of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE) and the FBI are using state driver’s license databases to scan “millions of photos of Americans without their knowledge or consent,…

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