As concern mounts over the impacts of climate change, many experts are calling for greater use of electricity as a substitute for fossil fuels. Powered by advancements in battery technology, the number of plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles on U.S. roads is increasing. And utilities are generating a growing share of their power from renewable fuels, supported by large-scale battery storage systems. These trends, coupled with a growing volume of battery-powered phones, watches, laptops, wearable devices and other consumer technologies, leave us wondering: What will happen to all these batteries once they wear out? Despite overwhelming enthusiasm for cheaper, more… This story continues at The Next Web
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Ocasio-Cortez said while she will advocate for progressive issues if Biden is elected, but Democrats "need to focus on winning the White House first."
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Ban falls under president's powers to protect national security, government lawyers argue.
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"I guarantee you 75% of his contributors don't know anything about him," a Republican strategist told The New York Times.
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Americans have already cast 41% of the total votes submitted in 2016, and there is more than a week to go.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci said that a recent surge in COVID-19 cases show the country is "actually going in the wrong direction."
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Lee Kun-hee spearheaded the South Korean conglomerate's global expansion, helping Buffett to make about $500 million on its shares.
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Biden is pushing ahead with raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour even as the pandemic causes many small businesses to close their doors.
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SpaceX continues on its trail to build up its orbiting Starlink satellite network with the launch on Saturday that placed 60 additional satellites into orbit. With that launch, the size of the Starlink constellation is now 895. Eventually, there will be thousands of satellites in orbit beaming broadband Internet service everywhere in the US and around the world. Saturday’s launch … Continue reading
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Atari is behind hundreds of iconic titles from the dawn of video gaming, including iconic games like Pong and Centipede.
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Over and over, the president has suggested the country is on the cusp of overcoming the pandemic. In reality, it keeps getting worse.
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Millions of Americans lost their jobs this year, and therefore their health insurance. Without the ACA, many would be left without health insurance.
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Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman led the company, which missed warning signs and took costly missteps in the leadup to and after its debut.
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NASA astronaut Kate Rubins, the only American not on the planet, has cast her vote from space.
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