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Steve July 9, 2020

BMW announced that it is going to unveil the production version of the iX3, a new electric SUV, on July 14. When unveiling the BMW iX3 concept vehicle in 2018, the German automaker said that it’s going to be the first electric vehicle based on its fifth-generation electric powertrain technology, which is designed to enable longer electric range. […]

Steve July 9, 2020

Home Depot offers the RYOBI 18V Electric Cordless String Trimmer for $69.97. That’s a $20 savings from the regular going rate and a match of our previous mention. Tackle your outdoor space and clean things up a bit with this fully-electric string trimmer. It packs a cordless design and ships with a 2Ah battery and wall […]

Steve July 9, 2020

Thursday morning, the World Meteorological Organization released a report projecting that there is a one in five chance of global temperatures rising by 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) in the next five years, a line beyond which millions of livelihoods will become unviable and homes uninhabitable. In the midst of a summer that has […]

Steve July 9, 2020

The Welsh government delivered a brutal broadside against UK lawmakers by emphatically stating solidarity with the trans community at a time when Boris Johnson reportedly preparing to roll rights backwards. Anglo-Welsh divisions have already been seeded as the Welsh government – which has power over issues like health, education and public administration – has taken […]

Steve July 9, 2020

The United States Constitution established unequivocally in 1789 that treaties are the “supreme law of the land.” On Thursday, the Supreme Court stood by the nation’s original promise. Ruling on McGirt v. Oklahoma, a case concerning how reservations are disestablished and the jurisdictional ability for states to charge and convict tribal citizens on sovereign tribal […]

Steve July 9, 2020

By Ayurella Horn-Muller (Climate Central) and Brendan Rivers (WJCT) An airman assigned to the 557th Expeditionary RED HORSE drinks water while working on a construction site. SENIOR AIRMAN DAMON KASBERG / U.S. AIR FORCE Listen to the Story Here Hear this story airing on 89.9 FM WJCT. Diallo-Sekou Seabrooks was working a job as a […]

Steve July 9, 2020

Do the White Thing: Fear Eats the Soul September 5, 1989 [Spike] Lee is cagey and talented, but he’s a classic art-school dilettante when it comes to politics … His film … is more trendoid than tragic, reflecting the latest rifts in hip black separatism rather than taking an intellectually honest look at the problems […]

Steve July 9, 2020

The Boys of Bensonhurst: A Neighborhood’s Rage — and an Eyewitness Account September 5, 1989 I didn’t see nothing, and even if I did see something I didn’t see nothing. — A Bensonhurst teenager ON THURSDAY, when I arrived in Bensonhurst, neighborhood people, cops, and reporters were milling on the cor­ner where, the previous evening, […]