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Stellantis recalling nearly 1.2 million vehicles to fix software glitch that disables rear camera

Stellantis recalling nearly 1.2 million vehicles to fix software glitch that disables rear camera

DETROIT (AP) — Stellantis is recalling nearly 1.2 million vehicles in the U.S. and Canada to fix a software glitch that can disable the rearview cameras.

French actress Anouk Aimée, a Golden Globe-winner for her role in 'A Man and a Woman,' dies at 92

PARIS (AP) — French actress Anouk Aimée, winner of a Golden Globe for her starring role in “A Man and a Woman” by legendary French director Claude Lelouch, has died, her agent said Tuesday. She was 92.
Emissions cap not possible without oil, gas production cuts: Deloitte

Emissions cap not possible without oil, gas production cuts: Deloitte

CALGARY — Canadian oil and gas companies facing a federally imposed emissions cap will decide to cut their production rather than invest in too-expensive carbon capture and storage technology, a new report by Deloitte says.
Will Canada's biggest city legislate a maximum temperature in apartments?

Will Canada's biggest city legislate a maximum temperature in apartments?

TORONTO — Anushen Selvasegar can barely fit his hand through the narrow opening in his bedroom window to feel the breeze outside of his 14th-floor apartment in St. James Town, one of Toronto's most densely populated neighbourhoods.
Actor Ian McKellen, 85, is in 'good spirits' and expected to recover from fall off stage in London

Actor Ian McKellen, 85, is in 'good spirits' and expected to recover from fall off stage in London

LONDON (AP) — Actor Ian McKellen is expected to make a full recovery after he toppled off a London stage during a fight scene and was hospitalized, producers said.
A gate is installed on a Mount Fuji trail to control crowds, but governor says more measures needed

A gate is installed on a Mount Fuji trail to control crowds, but governor says more measures needed

TOKYO (AP) — A crowd-control gate was installed halfway up Japan's Mount Fuji on Monday ahead of the July 1 start of this year's climbing season, but the governor of Yamanashi, one of the two prefectures that are home to the mountain, said additional
When colleges close, students are left scrambling. Some never go back to school

When colleges close, students are left scrambling. Some never go back to school

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Katherine Anderson trekked from Texas to Philadelphia last year for a college program she couldn’t find anywhere else, combining the music business, entrepreneurship and technology.
When violence and trauma visit American places, a complex question follows: Demolish, or press on?

When violence and trauma visit American places, a complex question follows: Demolish, or press on?

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Last week in Parkland, Florida, wrecking equipment began demolishing the building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where a gunman's rampage in 2018 ended with 17 people dead.
Akio Toyoda, grandson of Toyota founder, wins shareholders' approval to stay in leadership

Akio Toyoda, grandson of Toyota founder, wins shareholders' approval to stay in leadership

TOKYO (AP) — Toyota shareholders voted Tuesday in support of all the company's proposals, including keeping Akio Toyoda , grandson of the Japanese automaker’s founder, as chairman on the board.
Sabato De Sarno unveils Gucci precision saturated in color to close Milan Fashion Week

Sabato De Sarno unveils Gucci precision saturated in color to close Milan Fashion Week

MILAN (AP) — It’s been creative director musical chairs at some of Italy’s top fashion houses, and the pressure is showing, at least on social media.