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Can EVs Go the Distance? EU Approves €3 Billion Battery Development Fund
The European Union has approved a 3.2 billion-euro fund to promote the research and development of battery technology, with cash pouring in from Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Poland and
Scrap Energy Tax Favors for Better Reform
It’s that time of year again when Congress, feeling the pressure of budget negotiations and the year’s end, provokes the issue of expired or soon-to-expire... Read More The post Scrap Energy Tax
Get a Health Insurance Cost Estimate Even If You're Not Buying Coverage
It’s that time of year again. No, not curled-up-watching-football-on-the-couch season (although it is also that). I’m talking about open enrollment, the one time every year when you can get or change
FCC crackdown on cellphone subsidies leaves millions without service
The Ajit Pai-era FCC has spent much of its energy cracking down on claimed abuses of the Lifeline subsidy program, but this anti-fraud effort may be hurting low-income households more than it helps.
U.S. Wins WTO Case Against India Over its $7 Billion in Export Subsidies
India's economy has grown too large to continue receiving preferential treatment, a trade dispute panel ruled.
It's Absurd to Think People Have Total Control Over the Food They Eat
Researchers found that the same foods that are good for you are good for the environment. Still, access to them varies significantly by demographic.
Electric Viability: The Dutch Sure Do Love Tesla’s Model 3
Tesla’s Model 3 became the best-selling car in the Netherlands last month, edging out the Volkswagen Polo. If you’re wondering how an electric automobile that goes for the domestic equivalent of
The sharing economy is a massive transfer of wealth from rich investors to rich consumers
The sharing economy isn't so great at sharing the wealth.
Fueling Stations Reach Parity in UK As Subsidy Cut Sinks Plug-in Hybrids
The United Kingdom, a highly populous (and heavily taxed) country that’s smaller than 11 U.S. states, may serve as a canary in the coal mine for electric vehicle adoption. If there’s enough places to
Joe Biden Introduces Proposal For New, Improved Obamacare
Joe Biden rolled out his new health care plan over the weekend, John Berman said, introducing CNN correspondent Jessica Dean with the details. "Look, this is becoming the issue that is quickly
Foxconn's Wisconsin plant opens next May with fewer jobs than promised
Foxconn's long-promised factory in Wisconsin will finally begin production in May 2020, but to start, it's only creating 1,500 jobs. That's far fewer than the 13,000 jobs it once said it would add. At
New Mexico gov to Nike: If Arizona doesn’t want your business because you canceled the American flag sneakers, we’ll take it
Substitute. The post New Mexico gov to Nike: If Arizona doesn’t want your business because you canceled the American flag sneakers, we’ll take it appeared first on Hot Air.
The world is spending more propping up coal—not less
The dirtiest fuel once deserved government support. It no longer does.
There’s No Need to Subsidize American Uranium
There is no compelling evidence that uranium imports present a threat to America’s national security interests. But President Donald Trump is expected to weigh in... Read More The post There’s No Need
Run and Hyde: Biden flips on federal funding for abortions — again; Update: What about the Biden Amendment?
It's the fault of ... Republicans? The post Run and Hyde: Biden flips on federal funding for abortions — again; Update: What about the Biden Amendment? appeared first on Hot Air.
Today’s fun new game: Guess how many Democratic presidential contenders voted to block federal subsidies for abortion?
Failures. The post Today’s fun new game: Guess how many Democratic presidential contenders voted to block federal subsidies for abortion? appeared first on Hot Air.
Why the Bloom is Off the Environmental Rose for Tesla and Other Electric Vehicles
Things suddenly aren’t looking so good for what was supposed to be one of the hottest companies in America, namely, Tesla. As Tesla co-founder and... Read More The post Why the Bloom is Off the
It seems like Amazon might still be coming to New York City
After burning Queens, Jeff Bezos and company could pursue a new location in Manhattan.
Is it too early to panic about H-4 visa holders’ work permits?
Still at the drawing board.
Trump claws back nearly $1B from California high-speed rail project
And they're coming for the other $2.5 billion, too. The post Trump claws back nearly $1B from California high-speed rail project appeared first on Hot Air.