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Latinx Immigrants Perceive Discrimination Differently

With the current presidential administration’s promises to build border walls and increase deportations, it may be surprising that Latinx immigrants report experiencing less discrimination than those born in the United States. According...Show More Summary

How Much Does AT&T Stand To Gain From FirstNet?

Earlier this year, AT&T won a 25-year contract from FirstNet to build and run a broadband network that will cater to first responders including police officers, firefighters, and emergency medical services in the United States. In this note, we take a look at what the contract could mean for AT&T.

Financing takes priority in fighting climate change

French President Emmanuel Macron hosted about 50 heads of state in Paris on Tuesday to build momentum and increase investment to move companies and governments towards the Paris agreement global temperature goals.

Oreo beta now available for Nokia 5, coming soon to Nokia 6

HMD Global is now rolling out the Oreo beta build to the Nokia 5. HMD Global kicked off its Android beta program for the Nokia 8 earlier this year, stating at the time that beta firmware would be available for other devices in due course of time. Show More Summary

Nuclear plan backer denies Inauguration Day text with top Trump aide Mike Flynn

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A company promoting a plan for the United States and Russia to jointly build nuclear reactors in the Middle East denied in a letter made public on Monday that its director received an Inauguration Day text message from incoming national security adviser Michael Flynn saying the project was...

Committees set hearing on GOP bill to end wetland permits

Two legislative committees have scheduled a joint hearing on a Republican bill that would allow developers to build on state wetlands without a permit. The Senate Committee on Natural Resources … Click to Continue »

Podcast: Local Solar Power: Red Plus Blue Makes a Green Tea Party

In this week’s episode of Building Local Power we interview Debbie Dooley, President of Conservatives for Energy Freedom and co-founder of the Green Tea Coalition in the southern United States

America Might Build a New Cruise Missile (And We Can Thank Russia)

The United States remains committed to preserving the landmark 1987 Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty, which is marking its 30th anniversary on December 8. “The United States will continue to pursue a diplomatic solution,...Show More Summary

Strained firefighters brace for second week battling California wildfire

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (Reuters) - Crews battling a massive wind-driven California wildfire that has torched nearly 1,000 buildings and charred 230,500 acres braced on Monday to protect communities menaced by flames along the state's scenic coastline.

Wind farm firm wants Ohio Legislature to ease setback rules

A company planning to develop a wind farm in two rural Ohio counties says it won't build the $92 million project unless the state Legislature eases setback rules. The Blade … Click to Continue »

California wildfires: 120,000 forced to flee as blazes tear through south of state

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Wildfires driven by strong desert winds continue to rage through southern California, destroying hundreds of buildings and forcing 120,000 people to flee a phenomenon that could last until Christmas. Donald Trump approved California’s...Show More Summary

America Might Build a New Cruise Missile (And We Can Thank Russia)

Dave Majumdar Security, And a dying treaty.  The United States remains committed to preserving the landmark 1987 Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty, which is marking its 30th anniversary on December 8. However, the United...Show More Summary

Zac Efron & Zendaya Brave the Snow for Empire State Building Visit in New York!

Zendaya and Zac Efron pose for a photo while the snow falls around them at the top of the Empire State Building on Saturday afternoon (December 9) in New York City. The Greatest Showman co-stars were joined by fellow castmates Hugh Jackman, Rebecca Ferguson, Keala Settle, and director Michael Gracey to turn on the lights [...]

Caciocavallo of the Migrant in

Picture this: It’s the early 20th century, and you are leaving your hometown in Southern Italy to board a ship that will take you thousands of miles across the Atlantic to build a new life in the United States. You really want to take...Show More Summary

State Farm Sells Tempe Marina Heights Buildings

In the largest commercial office property sale in Phoenix history, Jerry Colangelo and crew are participating in the purchase of the Marina Heights buildings on the shore of Tempe Town Lake. The sale is reported to have been completed for $928 million. Show More Summary

Commission advances plan to relocate state buildings

A commission created by Republican Gov. Chris Christie voted to press forward with plans to relocate two state office buildings in Trenton, despite fierce objections from city residents. The project … Click to Continue »

All the data you need to cover 500 local elections

Next year, nearly 500 local elections for Senate and House seats are taking place across the United States. As part of our mission to help journalists report on the stories that matter, we  worked with ProPublica to build the Election...Show More Summary

AG: State can't enforce sprinkler rule

Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel says state regulators can't enforce a rule requiring sprinklers in large apartment buildings The state Department of Safety and Professional Standards adopted a rule in … Click to Continue »

Kansas State students built this charming affordable home for low-income families

A group of fifth-year architecture students at Kansas State University teamed up with local firms El Dorado and Studio Build to design and build an affordable two-unit dwelling for low-income families. The Waldo Duplex, built for $200 per square foot, comprises carefully designed open spaces that strategically utilize natural light.[...]

Cost-Savings From State Department Solar Array Hits The Roof

I never expected diplomacy would involve climbing onto the roof of the Harry S. Truman building. A newly-installed solar panel array will help save the Department -- one of the largest consumers of electricity in Washington, DC, cos...

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