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As the city aims to curb the rat population, proposed "trash containerization" could be implemented on 89% of residential streets, but doing so would remove thousands of parking spots.
The measure will go into effect in 2026 for buildings seven stories or shorter and in 2029 for taller buildings.
SpaceX Said It Destroyed Its Own Rocket Mid-Flight, But It Ended Up Torching a State Park — Here's What It Means for Elon Musk
The billionaire founder and CEO wants to launch again within a few months — but it's unclear if that will happen.
The online retail giant wants $1 for some returns not made at Amazon Fresh, Whole Foods, or Kohl's.
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A swear word was spotted by a customer, Twitter went nuts, and the retail giant quickly remove the merch.
The American Black Bear was selected as the state's official animal on February 8, 1963, by the New Mexico Legislature.
The German automaker is planning a significant expansion into the North American market.
Fueled by evaporating Jack Daniel's whiskey, the fungus is coating the town in a gray crust.
McDonald's Tests New Product Packaging in Attempt to Go Green — And Eliminates This Familiar Feature
The chain aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 36% between 2015 and 2030.
If cost is no concern, these high-end electric-powered cars offer an emissions-free ticket to paradise.
New Luxury Space Capsule Takes Passengers to Edge of Earth's Atmosphere — Where They Can Enjoy Cocktails and Killer Views
The net-zero Spaceship Neptune ascends 100,000 feet into the sky via SpaceBalloon. Trips are sold out until 2025.
The Bugatti Chiron Profilée is one of a kind and can get to 124 mph in 5.5 seconds.
As Tesla's stock falls, there are increasing calls for Musk to return to his duties as CEO or pass the baton.
After decades of experiments around the word, researchers in California have finally figured out how to create net energy gain, but there is still a long road ahead.
Images of the much-anticipated E-Ray appeared on Chevy's website before the automaker noticed the mistake and took them down.