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As heat records fall in Northeast, some city dwellers flee

As heat records fall in Northeast, some city dwellers flee

PROMISED LAND, Pa.
'New Journey': Pope arrives in Canada for visit aimed at Indigenous reconciliation

'New Journey': Pope arrives in Canada for visit aimed at Indigenous reconciliation

EDMONTON — George Arcand Jr.
Pope lands in Canada, set for apologies to Indigenous groups

Pope lands in Canada, set for apologies to Indigenous groups

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Pope Francis began a historic visit to Canada on Sunday to apologize to Indigenous peoples for abuses by missionaries at residential schools, a key step in the Catholic Church’s efforts to reconcile with Native communities an
As Ohio welcomes refugees, a nonprofit gives them a boost

As Ohio welcomes refugees, a nonprofit gives them a boost

CLEVELAND (AP) — Hakizimana Muvunye, a refugee from Congo who lives in Cleveland, is a man doing his best. He’s the owner of Asante Landscaping but has only five clients so he also drives for Uber. “I need to take care of my family,” he said.

New lunar rover in the works as NASA moon mission advances

A new lunar rover is under development by Lockheed Martin and Goodyear as NASA gears up for a return to the moon.
Discovery's 'Shark Week' hopes to enchant and thrill viewers

Discovery's 'Shark Week' hopes to enchant and thrill viewers

NEW YORK (AP) — If you think you're safe avoiding sharks by simply staying out of the water, think again.
Baidu unveils latest autonomous electric vehicle: Apollo RT6

Baidu unveils latest autonomous electric vehicle: Apollo RT6

HONG KONG (AP) — Baidu, a Chinese search engine and artificial intelligence firm, unveiled its latest electric autonomous driving vehicle on Thursday.
Pickup driver hits family in Montana, kills 2 with shotgun

Pickup driver hits family in Montana, kills 2 with shotgun

BILLINGS, Mont.
US Postal Service to boost purchases of electric vehicles

US Postal Service to boost purchases of electric vehicles

WASHINGTON — The U.S.
Jury: Tesla just 1% to blame for teen driver's fiery crash

Jury: Tesla just 1% to blame for teen driver's fiery crash

MIAMI (AP) — A jury in Florida has found Tesla just 1% negligent in a fiery crash that killed two teens, for disabling a speed limiter on the electric car.
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