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    The Biden administration is proposing strict new automobile pollution limits that would require up to two-thirds of new vehicles sold in the U.S. to be electric by 2032, a nearly tenfold increase over current electric vehicle sales. The proposed regulation, announced Wednesday by the Environ…

      The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to announce new limits on vehicle emissions this week.Officials who were familiar with the plan told The Associated Press the new rules would require 54% of new vehicles sold to be electric by 2030, and as much as 67% by 2032. The new rules do …

        Americans' attitude towards electric cars is still very much split. A new Reuters Ipsos poll found they are split roughly into thirds. 34% say they would consider going electric for their next car, 31% are not open to it, while 35% are still making up their minds. Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Gal…

        For iced coffee diehards, it doesn’t matter what the weather is like outside, it just tastes too good! But when it comes to making iced coffee yourself, how can you reproduce it the way your barista would? Buzz60 has more.

        The official start of summer is June 21st…but now that school is out in many states and memorial day has passed, let’s face it – we’re all in a summer mindset already.  So here are a few cocktail ideas to get you in a mood as bright as the days ahead.

        New products are constantly being introduced by the home improvement industry. If you've been around long enough, you can spot ones that have lots of sizzle but most likely won’ t stand the test of time. I had that feeling 40 years ago when I first saw colored concrete paving bricks.

        Overwhelmingly, home buyers view finding the right home as the hardest part of the buying process. There’s so much to consider: What can I afford? How much space do I need? And the most harrowing question of all — what am I willing to give up? This question is even more loaded for LGBTQ+ buyers,...


        An internal investigation finds that Border Patrol medical staff declined to review the file of an 8-year-old girl with a chronic heart condition and rare blood disorder before died on her ninth day in custody. U.S. Customs and Border Protection has said the Panamanian child’s parents shared the medical history with authorities after being taken into her custody. But CBP's Office of Professional Responsibility says in a statement released Thursday that a nurse practitioner declined to review documents about the girl the day she died and denied requests for an ambulance.

        Thinning hair is a burden that a lot of men have to deal with as they grow older. While there is certainly no shame in it happening, there are ways to take care of thinning hair that have huge benefits.

        Critics accuse the British administration of running “government by WhatsApp” due to the popularity of the messaging app with politicians and officials. So it feels inevitable that a tussle over WhatsApp messages is at the heart of Britain’s official inquiry into how the country handled the COVID-19 pandemic. Thousands of messages exchanged between then-Prime Minister Boris Johnson and government ministers, aides and officials form key evidence for the investigation  chaired by retired judge Heather Hallett. The Conservative government is now led by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. It wants to be able to edit the messages before handing them over. The government says some are personal and irrelevant to the inquiry.

        More than 65 million households in the U.S. own a dog, but the relationship between owners and their pets can sometimes become strained. Lack of trust is a major factor that can lead to breakdowns in the dog-owner relationship. Therefore, it’s important for owners to understand their dog's t…

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