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Evangelicals Love Donald Trump for Many Reasons, But One of Them Is Especially Terrifying
The enemies of Israel have unleashed a massive air attack on the Promised Land. Hundreds of fighter jets streak across the sky. But before Israel can be destroyed, fire rains from the heavens and the
Tesla Blames Short Sellers for Recall Petition, Says No Problem Exists
Following confirmation from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that it will look into a petition calling on the agency to formally investigate 500,000 Tesla vehicles over
Defeat Device Suspicions Lead to Mitsubishi Probe
Mitsubishi is under investigation by German prosecutors for the suspected use of illegal defeat devices on diesel engines. As usual, the probe was kicked off by a series of raids — practically a
Opinion: It’s Past Time for a Tesla Autopilot Recall
The evidence keeps stacking up against Tesla. As the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigates crash after crash involving Tesla vehicles under the influence (or suspected influence)
10 powerful investigations for your year-end reading
Amazing journalism drops in December, so don't miss these powerful stories.
NHTSA Upgrades Probe Into GM Windshield Wipers
Maintaining a clear view of the road ahead through a vehicle’s windshield is a fundamental part of road safety, and things can go downhill fast if a vehicle’s wipers crap out at an inopportune time.
Chuck Coma Comes Home
Chuck Coma tried to lie still in his hospital bed. But there was a spasm in his chest, like something inside was fighting to get out. “It says here you had an injury in 2016, and you’ve been jerking
Non-partisan IG report draws political fire
The hearing was the latest reflection of Washington’s intense politicization.
Why so much investigative journalism gets published in December
Some of the most powerful stories will drop in December, thanks to a Pulitzer Prize deadline.
Six People Detained For Questioning In Pensacola Shooting
There are new developments in the investigation of the shooting that took place yesterday morning on the Pensacola Naval Base. Six Saudi nationals have been detained for questioning, and the shooter
More Engineers Come Forward Over Ford’s Bunk DSP6 Transmission
In July, we covered a scathing report that criticized Ford Motor Co’s usage of the DSP6 dual-clutch transmission found in the third-gen Focus and sixth-gen Fiesta. The hardware was surrounded by
Justice Department Subpoenas Automakers Over California Emissions Pact
The Justice Department has issued civil subpoenas to the four major automakers’ that voluntary agreed to adopt a Californian compromise on vehicle emission requirements. The antitrust investigation
The RealReal’s promise of authenticated second-hand luxury goods may not be so real
The luxury resale site is pushing back against investigations that claim copywriters with minimal training are authenticating many of the items it sells.
Under Armour Shares Are Plunging After Disclosure of U.S. Accounting Probe
Federal officials have been probing its accounting practices for more than two years.
Inside the US Marshals’ Secretive, Deadly Detention Empire
A large rectangle of red dirt on the flat expanse of West Texas’ Permian Basin reminds Sadrac Garcia every day of what his family has lost. A few months ago, he could stand on the small porch of his
Report: “Sighs and gasps” during testimony as Trump envoy claims he was told there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine
"Incredibly damaging to the president.” The post Report: “Sighs and gasps” during testimony as Trump envoy claims he was told there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine appeared first on Hot Air.
Dark Money Is Pouring in To Protect the “Worst Energy Policy in the Country”
This summer, Ohio’s beleaguered nuclear and coal plants got a major gift in the promise of a big bailout. Now, the fight over that promise has escalated into one of the most dramatic and bizarre
Trump Sees New Polls and Orders Ukraine to Investigate Elizabeth Warren
Andy Borowitz jokes that Donald Trump ordered the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, to investigate Elizabeth Warren, similar to how he asked the Ukrainian government to look into Joe Biden,
The Changing Definition of Investigating Donald Trump
Masha Gessen writes on the various forms of the word “investigate” that have been used to mean different things, in the media coverage of the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump.
Why Facebook users who want privacy should use WhatsApp instead of Messenger
Messenger's default encryption means your DMs can be read by law enforcement through a new data-sharing agreement between the US and UK.