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Six months into war, Russian goods still flowing to US

Six months into war, Russian goods still flowing to US

BALTIMORE (AP) — On a hot, humid East Coast day this summer, a massive container ship pulled into the Port of Baltimore loaded with sheets of plywood, aluminum rods and radioactive material – all sourced from the fields, forests and factories of Russ
Stocks tick higher as Wall Street waits ahead of Fed speech

Stocks tick higher as Wall Street waits ahead of Fed speech

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are ticking higher Wednesday as Wall Street waits for a highly anticipated speech about interest rates scheduled for the end of the week. The S&P 500 was 0.
Edmunds: Five cars that won't be around for 2023

Edmunds: Five cars that won't be around for 2023

The collection of new vehicles on sale is constantly changing with all of the latest introductions and discontinuations. While the all-new vehicles get plenty of hype, automakers are typically quiet when they cease production of a vehicle.
New electric vehicle tax credits raise talk of trade war

New electric vehicle tax credits raise talk of trade war

WASHINGTON (AP) — A new tax credit for U.S.

Report: Indiana crash that killed 3 happened during downpour

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.
Temporary changes to EI made during pandemic are set to expire late next month

Temporary changes to EI made during pandemic are set to expire late next month

OTTAWA — Temporary changes to the employment insurance program made during the pandemic are set to expire soon, jeopardizing access to jobless benefits for automotive workers in Windsor, Ont.
Ottawa signs EV deal with Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen

Ottawa signs EV deal with Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen

TORONTO — The federal government signed separate agreements with Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz Tuesday that will see the two German auto manufacturers secure access to Canadian raw materials for batteries in electric vehicles.
Rare earths processor buys rights to mine in Greenland

Rare earths processor buys rights to mine in Greenland

BEIJING (AP) — One of the world’s few rare earths processors outside China has bought exploration rights to mine in Greenland, opening an avenue for diversifying supplies of the minerals critical for advanced and green technologies.
Body found in reservoir believed to be California teen

Body found in reservoir believed to be California teen

TRUCKEE, Calif. (AP) — A body found in a Northern California reservoir is believed to be that of 16-year-old Kiely Rodni, who went missing weeks ago after attending a large party at a Sierra Nevada campground, authorities said Monday.
Ford cutting 3,000 white-collar jobs in bid to lower costs

Ford cutting 3,000 white-collar jobs in bid to lower costs

DETROIT (AP) — About 3,000 white-collar workers at Ford Motor Co. will lose their jobs as the company cuts costs to help make the long transition from internal combustion vehicles to those powered by batteries.