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SemaConnect trying to fill a niche in the electric-car era 15.3.2010 Washington Post: Front Page
Annapolis-based entrepreneur Mahi Reddy is hoping to take advantage of what he perceives will be a big missing piece in the approaching era of the electric car.
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No explanation for runaway Prius, agency says 15.3.2010 MSNBC
The U.S. government said Monday it cannot explain a reported incident of sudden, high-speed acceleration in a Toyota Prius on a San Diego, California, freeway last week. ...
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Investigators say no explanation yet for Calif. Prius claim (Reuters) 15.3.2010 Science
Reuters - Safety investigators have found no evidence so far to support or disprove a California motorist's claim his Toyota Motor Corp Prius sped out of control on its own, and cautioned the case may never be explained, U.S. regulators said on Monday.
Gov't says it cannot explain runaway Toyota 15.3.2010 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
The federal government said Monday it cannot explain a reported incident of sudden, high-speed acceleration in a Toyota Prius on a San Diego, Calif., freeway last week.
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Government says it cannot explain runaway Toyota 15.3.2010 Twincities.com: Nation
WASHINGTON — The federal government said today it cannot explain a reported incident of sudden, high-speed acceleration in a Toyota Prius on a San Diego, Calif., freeway last week.
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US cannot explain runaway Prius 15.3.2010 Chicago Tribune: Business
US cannot explain runaway Prius
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Consol Energy to buy Dominion's drilling business 15.3.2010 Seattle Times: Top stories
Consol Energy says it is acquiring Dominion Resources' Appalachian exploration and production business for $3.475 billion in cash.
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Government says it cannot explain runaway Toyota 15.3.2010 San Jose Mercury News: Business
WASHINGTON — The federal government said today it cannot explain a reported incident of sudden, high-speed acceleration in a Toyota Prius on a San Diego freeway last week.
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Government Can't Explain Runaway Prius 15.3.2010 NPR News
The government says it cannot explain a reported incident of sudden, high-speed acceleration in a Toyota Prius on a San Diego, Calif., freeway last week. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says in a statement that it continues to investigate but may never know exactly what happened with the car.
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Feds Can't Duplicate Runaway Prius Incident 15.3.2010 WCCO: National
The federal government said Monday it cannot explain a reported incident of sudden, high-speed acceleration in a Toyota Prius on a San Diego, Calif., freeway last week.
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Green Lake fire totals $130,000 in damages 15.3.2010 Seattle Times: Top stories
Seattle firefighters extinguished an accidental fire at a Green Lake area business Sunday, preventing the blaze from spreading to adjacent businesses including a popular restaurant, a Fire Department spokeswoman said.
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Conn. would waive student loans in 'green' jobs 15.3.2010 Seattle Times: Top stories
Paul Goulet hopes Connecticut will help him get from under nearly $8,000 he's borrowed for college after losing his job in a paper manufacturing plant.
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Probe Questions Runaway Prius Story 14.3.2010 WCCO: National
A memo drafted for a congressional panel says that investigators with Toyota Motor Corp. and the federal government were unable to make a Prius speed out of control as its owner said it did on a California freeway, casting doubt on the driver's story. The draft memo, obtained Saturday by The Associated Press, said the experts who examined and test drove the car could not replicate the problems James Sikes said he encountered.
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Probe questions runaway Prius story 14.3.2010 Chicago Tribune: Business
Probe questions runaway Prius story
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Probe questions runaway Prius story 14.3.2010 San Jose Mercury News: News
A memo drafted for a congressional panel says that investigators with Toyota Motor Corp. and the federal government were unable to make a Prius speed out of control as its owner said it did on a California freeway, casting doubt on the driver's story.
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APNewsBreak: Probe questions runaway Prius story 14.3.2010 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
A memo drafted for a congressional panel says that investigators with Toyota Motor Corp. and the federal government were unable to make a Prius speed out of control as its owner said it did on a California freeway, casting doubt on the driver's story.
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Bob Davis running for mayor of Chester 14.3.2010 The Daily Record: Local
Longtime Chester Councilman Bob Davis has announced his plans to run for mayor.
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Probe questions account of runaway Prius 14.3.2010 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
Investigators with Toyota and the federal government were unable to make a Toyota Prius speed out of control as its owner said it did on a California freeway, according to a memorandum obtained Saturday by The Associated Press. A congressional spokesman said the finding cast doubt on the driver's story.
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Sealing in the Palestinians: The Story of the Most Controversial Border Wall in the World 13.3.2010 AlterNet
An excerpt from Rene Backman's book, "A Wall in Palestine," which lays bare an international human rights controversy.
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GM's Lutz says hybrids, electrics are future 13.3.2010 San Jose Mercury News: National News
General Motors will keep making big trucks and SUVs because U.S. buyers demand them, but a major portion of them will be gas-electric hybrids in the near future, according to retiring Vice Chairman Bob Lutz.
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