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Tensions rise after Lebanon’s prime minister ‘quits’

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Get used to cars without drivers because they're starting to roll out of labs and onto streets

Self-driving vehicles are in the news more often because they're already on public roads in limited tests. Waymo, a company that took over a project Google began in 2009 and has spent more than $1 billion on laser sensors and digital vision syst...

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Amazon Prime members in 37 U.S. cities and surrounding areas can now use the company's Key service to let delivery drivers put packages directly inside their homes. But a lot of potential users still aren't convinced Key is safe. To use Key, customers have to buy and install an Amazon Cloud Cam and smart lock that allows drivers to open the door while being recorded by the video camera.

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This week's word in the news: RAMIFICATIONS


Something that is the result of an action, decision, etc.

The political ramifications are big and at least on paper favors Democrats, as Puerto Ricans tend to vote for the party.
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Do corporations need a big tax cut?

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