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It's an update to the state's goal to have 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles by 2025. "The goal is to make our neighborhoods and farms healthier, our vehicles cleaner - zero emission the sooner the better - and all our technologies increasingly lowering their carbon output.", he said in the speech.
  • Hannity: 'Pathetically Predictable' Mainstream Media Never Misses an Opportunity to Smear Trump

    Hannity: 'Pathetically Predictable' Mainstream Media Never Misses an Opportunity to Smear Trump

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    In The Times piece, it was reported that Trump thought Mueller would be unable to fairly execute his duties because of a dispute over golf club fees that he said Mueller owed at a Trump golf club in Sterling, Virginia. Gates, 74, who served both Republican and Democratic presidents, praised Mueller's "extraordinary integrity and character". Hannity, who like the president has voiced concern that Mueller's investigation may be politically biased, fired back by saying Scarborough ...
  • Carson Wentz Tops NFL Jersey Sales

    Carson Wentz Tops NFL Jersey Sales

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    He expects to be back on the field when the Eagles open the 2018 regular season in September. "You know I truly believe my goal is to be ready for week one". "I 100% believe I'll be back better than every and stronger than ever". Coach (Doug) Pederson, ever since he's gotten here, is establishing that culture.
  • There's Still Time To Get A Flu Shot

    There's Still Time To Get A Flu Shot

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    You may be able to pass on the flu to someone else before you know you are sick, as well as while you are sick. The flu is a virus that appears in the mid to late fall and leaves in February or March each year. Your child's doctor or other health care personnel can tell you if your child needs two doses . Flu season typically lasts from December through early spring.
  • Yemen Separatists Capture Seat of Government in Aden

    Yemen Separatists Capture Seat of Government in Aden

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    The coalition stressed on Sunday that it was important for Yemenis to unite against the Iran-backed Houthis despite differences in views and affiliations. Witnesses said there was heavy security deployment, and that schools, government service buildings and most shops remained closed. The separatist Southern Transitional Council had planned a rally for Sunday to demand that the country's internationally recognised president, Abdrabu Mansur Hadi, sack his cabinet.
  • 12 feared dead after mini-bus falls into river

    12 feared dead after mini-bus falls into river

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    The accident took place on Friday night when the driver lost control of the vehicle on the outskirts of Kolhapur , a town in Maharashtra state, police officer Anil Shinde said. The bus fell into the river, the official said. Nine-month-old baby among eight children who were killed. The driver of the minibus was among the deceased.
  • Kiribati ferry with 50 people on board missing for a week

    Kiribati ferry with 50 people on board missing for a week

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    The 17 metre inter-island ferry, with an estimated 50 people on board, was due in to Betio, Tarawa, more than a week ago. The 250km journey was expected to take two days. New Zealand search officials, who have been called in to assist Fijian authorities, said the inter-island ferry MV Butiraoi was reported missing late Friday.
  • Jackson Police officer involved shooting, suspect dies after injuries

    Jackson Police officer involved shooting, suspect dies after injuries

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    The officer shot at the vehicle before safely jumping out of its path and the auto hit a patrol auto. The driver also struck a patrol vehicle and crashed into a utility pole during the incident, police said. Officer List has been placed on paid administrative leave. Two separate investigations, both an internal and a criminal, will take place in order to determine whether any department polices or any laws have been violated.
  • Camels disqualified from beauty contest over use of Botox injections

    Camels disqualified from beauty contest over use of Botox injections

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    Leading up to the festival , which runs through January, Saudi media reported that a veterinarian was caught performing cosmetic surgery on camels - giving them Botox and making their ears smaller, according to the National . According to the organizers, total prize money for the festival is about $57 million. Why cheat in a contest for camels? The son of one camel breeder has admitted they give their camels Botox to improve its lips, nose and jaw.
  • Parents Should Think Twice Before Giving Teens Alcohol, Researchers Say

    Parents Should Think Twice Before Giving Teens Alcohol, Researchers Say

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    Children in grade seven and their parents were recruited and surveyed annually; 1,927 eligible parents and adolescents were recruited between September 2010 and June 2011, and were followed until 2016. Researchers also found that giving teens alcohol does not protect them from the downsides of alcohol abuse . The findings were reported in the medical journal The Lancet Public Health .
  • North, South Korea use musical diplomacy

    North, South Korea use musical diplomacy

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    Khanna told VOA the USA should be open to talking with the reclusive regime to initiate the process of engaging North Korea to halt the development of its nuclear weapons and ICBMs. "If the allies resume their exercises, North Korea will likely protest strongly against them". The sanctions have been tightened significantly in the past year as Kim Jong Un's government accelerates toward perfecting a nuclear weapon that can threaten the USA mainland.