Keystone pipeline shut down after leak in Kansas

The Canadian company TC Energy, which operates the Keystone pipeline between Canada and the United States, confirmed Thursday the closure of this pipeline after a leak in the US state …

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Californians warned not to charge their electric cars because of the heat

Californians were ordered not to charge their electric cars on Wednesday August 31, so as not to further burden an aging electricity network, energized by a dreaded heat wave. Last …

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Keystone pipeline shut down after leak in Kansas

The Canadian company TC Energy, which operates the Keystone pipeline between Canada and the United States, confirmed Thursday the closure of this pipeline after a leak in the US state …

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Nearly 1/3 of Massachusetts Communities in Red on COVID-19 Map – NBC Boston

The latest weekly Massachusetts community-level data on the coronavirus pandemic, including the city-by-city COVID-19 risk assessment map, shows vast red swaths as 121 communities are now considered to be at …

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Consumer Confidence Picks Up in August, University of Michigan Says

Trust consumers rebounded more than expected in August in the United States, due to the outlook for an improvement on the inflation front, which relieves low- and middle-income households, according …

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MD Chris Gerteisen Provides an Update on the Estelle Gold Project in Alaska

authorsAmann, FrankAschoff, HeikoBaader, RolandBalzer, Horst Dr.Bandulet, Bruno Dr.Barbera, FrankBarisheff, NickBaudzus, RomanBauernfeind, Reinhard Dr.Bergold, Uwe Dr.Bernecker, Hans A.Blaschzok, MarkusBock, Robert Dipl.-Kfm.Bocker, Hans J. Prof. Dr.Boehringer, PeterBogner, StephenBonner, BillBorg, Gregor Prof. Dr.Bozicevic, …

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Alaska Airlines orders 52 additional Boeing 737 MAX

The American company Alaska Airlines has ordered 52 additional Boeing 737 MAX, including 42 copies of a version still uncertified and currently on the hot seat, the American aircraft manufacturer …

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Consumer Confidence Picks Up in August, University of Michigan Says

Trust consumers rebounded more than expected in August in the United States, due to the outlook for an improvement on the inflation front, which relieves low- and middle-income households, according …

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