South Dakota Impeachment Trial Will Probe AG’s Fatal Crash | Political News

By STEPHEN GROVES, Associated Press PIERRE, SD (AP) – South Dakota senators on Tuesday begin hearing evidence for the impeachment of Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg, whose account of a fatal 2020 traffic accident led criminal investigators, some lawmakers and the victim’s family to question his truthfulness. Ravnsborg, a Republican who only recently announced he wouldn’t … Read more

Rising US Traffic Deaths Put Focus on One Philadelphia Road | Political News

By CLAUDIA LAUER, Associated Press PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Just one more step and the stroller would have been on the curb. The thought haunts Latanya Byrd years after a driver racing down Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia struck and killed her 27-year-old niece, Samara Banks, and three of Banks’ young sons as they crossed the 12-lane … Read more

Dr. Scott Jensen Wins GOP Endorsement for Minnesota Governor | Political News

By STEVE KARNOWSKI, Associated Press ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) – Dr. Scott Jensen, a skeptic of the government’s response to COVID-19, won the Minnesota GOP’s endorsement after a wild ride on Saturday to challenge Democratic Gov. Tim Walz in the November election, going over the top on the ninth ballot with 65% of the vote. Jensen, … Read more

The Future Trends In Mobility And Transportation

The way we travel from place to place is changing at a faster pace than any time since the proliferation of automobiles, trains, and airplanes during the last century. There are two main drivers – the need to adapt to changes in human behaviors and the need for greater sustainability. The Future Trends In Mobility … Read more

Questions surrounding the future of transportation at Seattle Public Schools

School buses and start times: Seattle Public Schools faces transportation woes The fate of transportation for Washington’s largest school district is once again up in the air. SEATTLE – There are many questions surrounding the future of transportation at Seattle Public Schools (SPS) in the 2022-23 school year. First Student is the current bus vendor … Read more

FedEx Has A Back Door Into E-Commerce. It’s Why One Analyst Likes the Stock.

Text size A FedEx truck in New York City in December. Spencer Platt / Getty Image “What if we underestimated FedEx‘s e-commerce ambitions? ” It’s a question Citigroup analyst Christian Wetherbee asked in a Monday report. His answer is that the market might have missed something. The potential for FedEx (ticker: FDX) to become a … Read more

DC’s National Guard takes to the streets in recruitment push | Political News

By ASHRAF KHALIL – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – Dressed in full fatigues, Sgt. Michael Ray Forbes stuck out on 14th Street, a bustling and deeply gentrified strip of downtown Washington dotted with restaurants and clubs. He approached Phillip Wallace, a 26-year-old in torn jeans munching a donut, chatted him up a bit, exchanged phone … Read more

South Dakota Senate Approves 2-Day Impeachment Trial for AG | Political News

By STEPHEN GROVES, Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, SD (AP) – The South Dakota Senate on Tuesday approved the rules for an impeachment trial of the state’s attorney general for his conduct surrounding a 2020 fatal car crash, laying out a two-day proceeding in June that gives just hours to either side to argue their case. … Read more

Stock Market Today: Dow Rises, Tesla Surges and Tech Bounces Back

Text size Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will speak alongside other central bankers at a panel. Samuel Corum / Getty Images Stocks were rising Thursday, as earnings across the board continued to beat expectations, while bond yields remained below their recent high. It seems everything is going right for the stock market this week. Shortly … Read more

Stock Market Today: Tech Stocks Slide, Musk Offers to Buy Twitter.

Stocks sold off Thursday as bond yields soared to new heights and earnings reports from the major US banks rolled in. Technology stocks were hit the hardest. The market moves come after all three indexes had jumped at least 1% Wednesday. Bond prices rose Wednesday, sending their yields lower. Yields have been rising this year … Read more

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