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Why has St. Thomas experienced a recent series of power outages?

The Randolph Harley Power Plant in St. Thomas, (source file photo) Sporadic power outages are a reality for residents of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Punishing the Water and Power Authority for unreliable and expensive electricity is a local tradition. But Saint-Thomas in particular has recently experienced a wave of blackouts. …

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COVID-19 in MN: highest active cases since end of April

3 things to know: 2,645 newly confirmed or probable cases 16,485 known active cases; 719 currently hospitalized 72.7% of residents aged 16 and over who received at least one dose of vaccine It is not finished yet. The latest COVID-19 data from Minnesota shows the state has more than 16,000 …

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3 Ocean Power actions to hydro-power your portfolio

The ocean is incredibly powerful. Have you ever been caught up in the current? It can make even the strongest swimmers look like a floating log. Companies are now starting to use the power of the oceans to generate significant amounts of energy. Investing in ocean energy stocks can help …

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As the world marks 9/11, the Taliban flag is hoisted above the seat of power – The Journal

The Taliban hoisted their iconic white flag above the Afghan presidential palace in a low-key ceremony as the United States and the world marked the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – The Taliban hoisted their iconic white flag above the Afghan presidential palace on Saturday, …

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Yemen Food Security Outlook Update, August 2021 – Yemen

High food prices and low purchasing power remain a major concern for millions of households Key messages Violent conflict, now in its seventh year, has crippled Yemen’s economy and continues to be the main driver of food insecurity. In addition to the direct impacts of active fighting, the impacts of …

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Ministry of Justice issues guidelines on mapping the Voting Rights Act

The Justice Department official noted that the current round of redistribution would be the first time in decades that some states, including Texas, have drawn new maps without prior permission from the department. A 2013 Supreme Court decision, Shelby County v. Holder, invalidated the formula used by the government to …

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Tesla on partially automated driving system crashes into police car

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) – A Tesla using its partially automated driving system crashed into a Florida Highway Patrol cruiser on a freeway near downtown Orlando and narrowly missed its driver, who had stopped to help a broken down vehicle. Earlier this month, the U.S. government launched a formal investigation into …

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Chinese investment in coal-fired power slows, with 24 projects approved this year

Chinese provincial governments have approved the construction of 5.2 GW of coal-fired power generation capacity in the first half of 2021, according to Greenpeace analysis In the first half of 2021, Chinese provincial governments approved the construction of 24 new coal-based power projects, according to a Greenpeace analysis. The 5.2 …

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Flooding in Tennessee: Flood water “tidal wave” overtook residents in minutes and killed 21 people, including 7-month-old twins Tennessee flood waters overtook residents in minutes and killed 21 people, including 7 month old twins

“All of a sudden it was like a tidal wave that just passed on the road and in my backyard,” she told CNN. Hipshire rushed to pack a bag and save herself, her 8-year-old son and her husband. “And my house fell off the foundation while we were still there, …

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