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Slovenians celebrate incoming first lady Melania Trump at a black-tie Washington gala

At the dozens of balls and receptions taking place in Washington this week, President-elect Donald Trump is, even in absentia, the man of the hour. Not so at the Tuesday-evening soiree at the Organization of American States building. There, it’s the incoming first lady, Melania Trump, who’s at the top of the ticket. That’s because the Embassy […]

Joseph Scates to Michigan State: Spartans Land 4-Star WR Prospect

Michigan State got an early start on building its 2018 class Tuesday, as 4-star wide receiver Joseph Scates announced his intention to become a Spartan: Scates is ranked No. 109 overall and No. 18 among receivers in the 2018 class by Scout. Show More Summary

25 must-see buildings in Iowa

We asked AIA chapters nationwide to name 25 structures visitors to their state should see.        

China to develop prototype super, super computer in 2017

China plans to develop a prototype exascale computer by the end of the year, state media said Tuesday, as it seeks to win a global race to be the first to build a machine capable of a billion, billion calculations per second.

Colorado man single-handedly builds state's most energy efficient house

Passive House is a globally-recognized building design technique that promises huge cuts in energy use for any kind of building in any climate. In a nutshell, the Passive House Design strategy relies on airtight buildings, super insulation, thermal mass and passive solar design. Show More Summary

Trump Attacks BMW: Germany Responds to Tariff Threat

President-elect of the United States Donald Trump in an interview with Germany’s tabloid newspaper Bild Zeitung criticized BMW for its plans to build a new plant in Mexico. Calling BMW’s planned investment in Mexico rather than US ‘a waste of time and money’, Mr Trump threatened to impose a 35 percent border tax if BMW... Show More Summary

German Vice Chancellor Responds to Trump’s Auto Tariff Threat: ‘Build Better Cars’

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel fought back against Donald Trump's threat to place a massive tariff on German cars entering the United States, responding that the U.S. should just make better cars instead.

Narcos can save by reusing old tunnels

Drug smugglers are able to save a bit of money on tunnel building at the Mexico-United States border: they can just use the old ones. Mexican and U.S. officials say FULL STORY The post Narcos can save by reusing old tunnels appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Your Next Honda Civic May Come From Japan, Of All Places

The first Honda Civic made its way to the United States during the Nixon administration. Honda began building Civics in the United States in 1986. Two years later, Honda of Canada Manufacturing began Civic production, as well. In 2016,...Show More Summary

Lithuania to build fence on border with Russian exclave

Lithuania said Monday it plans to use EU funds to build a fence on the border with Russia's highly militarised Kaliningrad exclave to boost security and prevent smuggling. Baltic states have repeatedly voiced their concern at the Russian military build-up in the exclave sandwiched between Poland and Lithuania, both EU and NATO members. Show More Summary

AES’ New Kauai Solar-Storage “Peaker” Shows How Fast Battery Costs Are Falling

AES Distributed Energy will build a solar-plus-storage "peaker plant" on the Hawaiian island of Kauai that stands out both in capacity and power price. The project, if approved by state and local regulators, will combine 28 megawatts of solar photovoltaic capacity with 20 megawatts of five-hour duration batteries. Show More Summary

Building the Institutions for Revolt

2 days agoNews : Truthdig

We must form our own, new structures and carry out continual mass protest and civil disobedience to wrest back power from the corporate state.

Trump threatens BMW with border tax on cars built in Mexico

BERLIN, Jan 15 (Reuters) - President-elect Donald Trump has warned the United States will impose a border tax of 35 percent on cars that German carmaker BMW plans to build at a new plant in Mexico and export to the U.S. market. Trump...Show More Summary

Bikers to build WALL OF MEAT to battle snowflake anti-Trump rioters

Bikers for Trump recently received their permit to attend the inauguration for Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States, and now they’ve revealed more information about their plans

How much entertainment is too much? Mixed thoughts on L.A. landing the Lucas museum

To the editor: Wow, another museum. We can find land for stadiums, museums, theaters, and state of the art arenas, but we can’t find land to build housing for the poor? So much for L.A. being a progressive city. ( “New force in L.A.” Jan. 11 and “Lucas museum puts L.A. in old role,” Column, Jan....

Building International Solidarity

With the overall attack on unions in the United States, the ability of the AFL-CIO to engage in international solidarity actions gets harder and harder, as does its ability to lead the way on working-class issues at home. This is of course the point of anti-union laws. But if we are to tame the horrors […]

Tillerson's controversial South China Sea plan

4 days agoNews : The Newsroom

Secretary of state nominee Rex Tillerson made waves with strong words over China's island building.

Toyota's Camry NASCAR Racer is Built in America

4 days agoVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

With Donald Trump officially elected as the 44th President of the United States, automakers have found themselves under a lot of stress thanks to his “build in American or pay dearly” strategy. Well, that actually led to a bit of a theme at the Detroit Auto Show, with automakers giving nods to the U.S.-based production in one way or another. Show More Summary

Congressional Alt-Right Special Snowflake Offended By High Schooler's Painting

On Saturday, Congressman Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) removed a painting from the halls of the United States Capitol Building because he felt the artwork was offensive. The painting, created by high school student David Pulphus, depictsShow More Summary

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