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Chevolet Blazer XL Outed In China, Will Be Available In Both Five- And Seven-Seat Configurations

The Chinese-spec model will be offered exclusively with a 227 HP turbocharged four-cylinder engine and front-wheel drive. |

Most U.S. Dairy Cows Are Descended From Just 2 Bulls. That's Not Good

Chad Dechow, a geneticist at Pennsylvania State University who studies dairy cows, is explaining how all of America's cows ended up so similar to each other. From a report: He brings up a website on

California Launches First Statewide Earthquake Early Warning System

hcs_$reboot writes: Everyone in California will now receive earthquake alerts on their phones seconds before the ground begins to shake, giving residents up to 20 seconds of warning before shaking

VW Working On Two SUVs To Slot Below The Tiguan – Could They Be US-Spec Versions Of T-Roc And T-Cross?

These two should hit the U.S. market alongside the electric ID.4, but it's unknown if they're federalized versions of existing ones or distinct models. |

Ferrari’s First U.S. Tailor Made Center Opens In New York City

The new Tailor Made Center is housed in a redesigned showroom and features a private owners’ lounge as well as space for five cars on display. |

Volkswagen Auctions Beetle Final Edition To Serve A Good Cause

The event took place at the Chattanooga plant over the weekend, where the new Atlas Cross Sport will be made. |

A Pagani Owner Just Drove Coast-To-Coast In His Huayra Roadster

This Huayra Roadster traveled for three days, adding 3,000 miles on its odo - more than what most others will in a year, if not longer . |
Athletic Clothing Company Has Launched A Controversial Ad Campaign Shows Marine Vet With Hogtied ‘Trump’

Athletic Clothing Company Has Launched A Controversial Ad Campaign Shows Marine Vet With Hogtied ‘Trump’

An athletic clothing brand has launched a controversial campaign that seems to take aim at President Trump; indeed, a billboard...

The Chinese Threat To American Speech

American companies have an obligation to defend the freedom of expression, even at the risk of angering China, writes The New York Times' Editorial Board. From the article: China's assertive campaign

Subaru Outback Owns US Wagon Market With Astounding 85.7 Percent Share

Wagons make up only 1.4 percent of U.S. car sales, and the Subaru Outback alone accounts for 1.2 percent - need we say more?. |

In a First, FTC Bans Company From Selling 'Stalkerware'

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced it has barred a company behind three pieces of so-called stalkerware from selling any more apps that monitor mobile devices unless they take steps to
Rotary Jails

Rotary Jails

Some problems require ingenious solutions. The rotary jail was not one of them. Designed by two American engineers, William H. Brown and Benjamin F. Haugh, the system consisted of a cylindrical cell

America's Pile of Uneaten Bacon Is the Biggest in 48 Years

America is sitting on a mountain of uneaten bacon. From a report: More than 40 million pounds (18,000 metric tons) of pork bellies, the cut used for bacon making, were sitting in refrigerated

How DARPA Trucked Its Massive Radio-Frequency Testbed Across the United States

IEEE Spectrum describes how the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) partnered with Pivot Technology Services to help them relocate their massive radio-frequency emulation testbed,

2021 Nissan Frontier Coming Next Year With New Powertrain, “Strong” Looks

The 2021 Nissan Frontier will use a modernized version of the current platform and will adopt revolutionary styling. |
I Fought The Law: Photographs By Olivia Locher Of The Strangest Laws From Each Of The 50 States

I Fought The Law: Photographs By Olivia Locher Of The Strangest Laws From Each Of The 50 States

In Alabama, It Is Illegal To Have An Ice-Cream Cone In Your Back Pocket Many laws still in existence throughout...

Tesla’s Pop-Out Door Handles Blamed For Man’s Death in Model S Fire

Police couldn't open the doors of a crashed Model S which burst into flames and killed its driver last February. |

How Flagstaff, Arizona, Switched To LEDs Without Giving Astronomers a Headache

Scott K. Johnson from Ars Technica reports on how Flagstaff, Arizona, switched to energy-efficient LEDs without giving astronomers a headache from the harsh blue-rich light they produce. An anonymous
Davis Divan Three-Wheeler: The 1940s Unique Concept Car That Lost In History

Davis Divan Three-Wheeler: The 1940s Unique Concept Car That Lost In History

Post-World War II America was ravenous for new cars and the Davis Divan featured aircraft-inspired styling details that captured imaginations....
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