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Authorities intensify search for Lauren Cho, a 30-year-old New Jersey woman who went missing in California three months ago

Lauren Cho was last seen at Yucca Valley in California on June 28, 2018. San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department/ Facebook Authorities continue
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The Department of Defense will build a prototype mobile nuclear microreactor to meet energy demands of US military

The Defense Science Board recommended that the department build small modular reactors in order to meet its increasing energy requirements. The
State Officials Think Arson Is Cause of Fawn Fire Near Redding
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State Officials Think Arson Is Cause of Fawn Fire Near Redding

The image above with the smoke billowing from it looks like something out a horror film. However, the climate crisis has shown us that smoke and
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‘Extremely sad’: Kansas middle school student dies of COVID-19, education official says

A middle school student in Kansas has died from COVID-19, as the state continues experiencing statewide clusters. Randy Watson, Education
Amazon’s department stores sound like a very Amazon way to sell clothes
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Amazon’s department stores sound like a very Amazon way to sell clothes

According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon's rumored experiment with a department store could use a similar high-tech approach to selling clothing
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Solar companies say new tariff proposal would devastate the industry

choja | E+ | Getty Images According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, tariffs on cells and panels from Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia
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87-year-old California woman, a retired Los Angeles Sheriff's sergeant, found dead in freezer, authorities say

After her family had not been able to contact her in months, a retired Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department sergeant died in a freezer on Sunday.
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Justice Department lawsuit threatens to break up American-JetBlue alliance

In an attempt to disintegrate the new Northeast Alliance (NEA), in Boston and New York, American Airlines and JetBlue have been sued by the Justice
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US unfairly targeting Chinese over industrial spying, says report

Civil rights groups have been accusing the US Department of Justice of using racial profiling to target scientists of Chinese descent for years. A
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The Biden administration could sidestep McConnell's refusal to pay off America's bills by minting a $1 trillion platinum coin

Senator Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, President Joe Biden. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images. Alex Wong/Getty Images The GOP will not allow Democrats