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Tesla wants to electrify big trucks, adding to its ambitions

Nov 17, 2017

Tesla says it will electrify trucking with 500-mile-range semi due out in 2019

Experts: Idaho hatchery built to save salmon is killing them

Nov 17, 2017

Fisheries biologists in Idaho say they think they know why a relatively new $13.5 million hatchery intended to save Snake River sockeye salmon from extinction is instead killing thousands of fish before they ever get to the ocean

Daniela Vega, trans actress, stars in 'A Fantastic Woman'

Nov 17, 2017

Since its debut at the Berlin Film Festival, "A Fantastic Woman" has been celebrated as one of the year's best films and Daniela Vega's leading performance as a watershed event

VW to spend $40B on electric cars, technology through 2022

Nov 17, 2017

Volkswagen says it plans to spend more than 34 billion euros ($40 billion) over the next five years on developing electric cars, autonomous driving and other new technologies

Climate nemesis, carbon, could become valuable resource

Nov 17, 2017

As diplomats haggle over the finer points of the Paris climate accord at an international meeting in Germany this week, companies are reconsidering future role of carbon dioxide, one of the main greenhouses gases

Getting more 'wolflike' is the key to the future for coyotes

Nov 17, 2017

The future of the coyotes that roam from Newfoundland to Virginia could hinge on the animals becoming the 'wolves' of the East Coast

Oldest Australian human returned to 42,000-year-old grave

Nov 17, 2017

The oldest human remains found in Australia have been returned to the Outback desert that he roamed some 42,000 years ago

Federal "extreme vetting" plan castigated by tech experts

Nov 17, 2017

Leading researchers castigated a federal plan that would use artificial-intelligence methods to scrutinize immigrants and visa applicants

US health agency to crack down on risky stem cell offerings

Nov 16, 2017

U.S. health authorities say they will crack down on doctors pushing stem cell therapies that pose the gravest risks to patients

Algae plague raises doubts about voluntary runoff prevention

Nov 16, 2017

Federal and state policies on preventing harmful algae in waterways depend largely on voluntary use of farming practices intended to prevent fertilizer runoff

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