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New GM electric truck faces competition and skeptical buyers

New GM electric truck faces competition and skeptical buyers

PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — The competition among U.S. automakers for a still-small pool of consumers seeking electric vehicles is quickly intensifying.
General Motors, normally the top-selling U.S. automaker, officially unveiled the Chevrolet Silverado EV last Wednesday with a virtual press conference at the CES gad ... (full story)


Why's my stock falling?

Q: A stock I bought has fallen, and I see no explanation in the news. What's up? -- T.G., Billings, Montana
A: Individual stocks, like the overall stock market, don't move in a straight line. Over long periods, the stock market has always risen, but via a jagged line. Individual stocks will also be volatile to some degree, thoug ... (full story)


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Anthropologist explains why you're programmed to love sugar

(THE CONVERSATION) The sweetness of sugar is one of life's great pleasures. People's love for sweet is so visceral, food companies lure consumers to their products by adding sugar to almost everything they make: yogurt, ketchup, fruit snacks, breakfast cereals and even supposed health foods like granola bars.
Schoolchildren lear ... (full story)


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Supreme Court weighs vaccine rules affecting more than 80M

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court began hearing arguments on major Biden administration work rules to bump up the nation's vaccination rate against COVID-19 at a time of spiking coronavirus cases because of the omicron variant.
The justices were taking up the questions of whether to allow the administration to enforce a ... (full story)


States diverge on police reforms after George Floyd killing

States diverge on police reforms after George Floyd killing

DENVER (AP) — Maryland repealed its half-century-old Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights. Washington state reformed use-of-force policies and created a new agency to investigate when officers use deadly force. And California overcame objections from police unions to make sure officers fired in one jurisdiction couldn't be ... (full story)