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Tesla touchscreen issue: NHTSA requests recall of Model S and X

Expand / 158,000 Teslas will block infotainment screens within 3-4 years due to design flaws. Getty Images / Jonathan Gitlin In November we learned that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration It opened up an engineering analysis of potential flaws with Tesla’s popular Model S and X battery electric vehicles on Wednesday.The other shoe slipped when NHTSA informed the American …

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Stocks up ahead of Biden coronavirus stimulus plan

Former NYSE CEO Dick Grasso said the economy could grow by 5% in the first half of 2021. U.S. equity markets rose on Thursday morning as traders awaited details on President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 relief package. Ticker Safety latest Change Change% Me: DJI Average DOW JONES 31200.02 +139.55 + 0.45% SP500 S&P 500 3822.12 +12.28 + 0.32% Me: COMP NASDAQ …

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Who is a caretaker in Wuhan; The Moderna vaccine trial; US death

close With the coronavirus spreading all over the world, Wuhan is easily the center of the disease. Wuhan is comparable to Pittsburgh or Chicago. USA Today USA TODAY is keeping tabs on COVID-19 as a pair of vaccines join the U.S. virus battle that has killed nearly 385,000 Americans since the first death was reported in February. Please refresh this …

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Delta bans checks on firearms on DC flights.

close Some etiquette experts advise flight attendants to deal with people who refuse to wear masks. USA Today Starting this weekend, Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said the airline would bar passengers traveling to Washington, D.C. from inspecting their firearms as part of increased security measures ahead of the launch. “We’ve all been very alert to the events of …

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Trump wants to join Parler as ‘Person X’: CEO John Matze

President Donald Trump considers creating an account on Parler under the pseudonym “Person X,” Company CEO John Matze said on Wednesday. Matze argued in a court filing that Amazon Web Services, Parler’s web host, had known the matter since at least October, and that Trump’s possibility of joining Parler was part of the reason AWS cut ties with the network. …

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The number of unemployment claims has jumped to the highest weekly total since August.

Claims for the first unemployment insurance rose to 965,000 last week amid signs of slowing employment due to epidemic restrictions. The total is worse than Wall Street estimates of 800,000 and is higher than the previous week’s total of 784,000. Markets responded to little numbers as economic activity declines were expected to gain more boost from Washington, then-elected President Joe …

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Delta does not allow travelers heading to DC to inspect guns

A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) representative examines the airline’s passengers at O’Hare International Airport on October 19, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. Scott Olson | Getty Images Delta Air Lines does not allow travelers flying to airports serving the Washington metropolitan area to inspect firearms on flights before President Joe Biden, CEO Ed Bastian, told CNBC. On thursday The new policy, …

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Unemployment benefits soar: go the wrong way

Another 965,000 people filed for unemployment benefits for the first time on a seasonally adjusted basis in the United States last week, the Labor Department reported on Thursday. That was significantly higher than the previous week, with 784,000 Americans applying for unemployment benefits. The number of first-time unemployment claims per week stuck at such an uncomfortable high level. In late …

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