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Aramco Oil Refinery 10 Miles From Jeddah Circuit Attacked During F1 Practice [Update: The Race Will Go On]

An oil depot run by Saudi Aramco in Jeddah went up in flames on Friday, merely 10 miles from the circuit that will hold this weekend’s Formula 1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility for the attack, the Associated Press repor

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Google Searches For Electric Cars Are Breaking Records In The U.S.

People are looking for electric cars more than ever, according to the world’s largest search engine. No, not Bing or Baidu, but Google. The tech giant says web searches for EVs and their associated costs are trending in the U.S., up this March by more tha

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Tesla's Racism From The Perspective Of Its Black Employees

Tesla has a problem, and it’s one not too many people are talking about outside of Jalopnik: Its racism against Black employees. We’ve covered it extensively: the $1 million settlement the company had to pay over racial slurs; the $137 million discriminat

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Chicago Commuters Give Up And Walk Along Tracks After Long Delay

Chicago trains were a mess Thursday after a suspected fallen signal cut power and closed rails on the city’s north side. The problem took so long to fix and tied up so many trains that riders were directed to walk along an elevated portion of Chicago’s fa

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