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The Cadillac STS-V Had More Power Than a 911 Turbo in 2006

The Cadillac STS-V Had More Power Than a 911 Turbo in 2006

Image: Cadillac Yes, you read it right. Cadillac once took a big luxury luxury sedan and gave it more power than one of the hottest sports cars on the market at the time. Let’s remember the Cadillac STS-V! Welcome to Forgotten Cars, where we delve into the history of fascinating vehicles that probably haven’t crossed …

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Here’s how Utah’s universities are gearing up to fight monkeypox as classes resume

A vial containing the monkeypox vaccine is pictured at the Salt Lake Public Health Center in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, July 27. With an influx of people coming back to the state for college, here's how Utah's higher education institutions are preparing for the students' return and how the institutions are equipping themselves to handle a monkeypox outbreak.

A vial containing monkeypox vaccine is displayed at the Salt Lake Public Health Center in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, July 27. With an influx of people returning to the state to attend college, here’s how Utah’s higher education institutions are preparing for students. come back and how institutions are equipping themselves to handle a …

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GM to expand its hands-free Super Cruise system to span 400,000 miles, including Route 66 and the Pacific Coast Highway

GM to expand its hands-free Super Cruise system to span 400,000 miles, including Route 66 and the Pacific Coast Highway

That green light means you can take your hands off the wheel. Just keep your eyes on the road! Mack Hogan | CNBC DETROIT – General Motors will expand its Super Cruise hands-free driving system in the US and Canada later this year, introducing the feature for non-interstate highways and highways such as Route 66 …

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Carmakers Think They’re Recession-Proof

Carmakers Think They're Recession-Proof

Photo: Carl Court (Getty Images) Car manufacturers have decided they’re going to jump from peak to peak, everyone and their mother is investing in semiconductor production, and VinFast officially has a U.S. showroom presence. All that and more in The Morning Shift for Monday, August 1, 2022. 1st Gear: 2008 Never Happened, Car Sales Will …

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‘Savings are gonna run out’: Already battered by high inflation, Fed’s rate hike will hit lower-income and rural Americans hard

‘Savings are gonna run out’: Already battered by high inflation, Fed’s rate hike will hit lower-income and rural Americans hard

The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark rate by 0.75 percentage point on Wednesday in an effort to moderate rising costs of consumer goods and services. While economists say raising the interest rate will help cool consumer demand and hopefully ease record inflation, it will also raise the cost of borrowing for everything from houses to …

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The Proposed EV Tax Credit Extension Has Some Caveats

The Proposed EV Tax Credit Extension Has Some Caveats

Photo: steve dasilva The Senate’s proposed electric vehicle tax credit extension raises new lawsuits, Ford owners are suing Ford again, and Bentley is winning. All that and more in the morning shift for Friday, July 29, 2022. 1st Gear: Electric vehicle tax credits may return, but at what cost? This week, Senate Majority Leader Chuck …

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Study proves COVID outbreak originated at Wuhan food market, Utah researcher says

In this Jan. 31, 2021 photo, a security guard waves for journalists to clear the road after a convoy carrying the World Health Organization team entered the Huanan Seafood Market. New research found that the Huanan foods market in Wuhan, China served as the epicenter for the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak in late 2019, a study co-authored by a University of Utah researcher says.

In this Jan. 31, 2021 photo, a security guard waves to reporters to clear the way after a convoy carrying the World Health Organization team entered the Huanan seafood market. New research found that the Huanan Food Market in Wuhan, China, served as the epicenter of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak in late 2019, says a study …

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