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USPS Slowdown Prompts Lawsuit by 20 Attorneys General

USPS Slowdown Prompts Lawsuit by 20 Attorneys General

The United States Postal Service is reportedly slowing down deliveries while raising prices. As a result, 20 attorneys general have filed a lawsuit against the agency overseeing the USPS. Nationwide Effect Postmaster General Louis DeJoy ordered the slowdown that began on October 1, 2021. Up 30 percent of packages will arrive in up to 5 […]

Mars Exploration Brings Humanity Closer to the Red Planet

Mars Exploration Brings Humanity Closer to the Red Planet

NASA’s most acclaimed Perseverance rover landed on Mars’ Jerezo crater in February and brought humanity closer to the red planet by sending images to Earth. The pictures sent by the Mars rover helped researchers know where to look for life on Mars. Scientists controlling the Perseverance said they are definitely in the right place based […]

Urban Transportation Key to Slow Climate Change

Urban Transportation Key to Slow Climate Change

For a century, the urban transportation roar of engines has been part of the city soundscape for billions of people worldwide. Getting around town means boarding a bus run by diesel, a car, or a car-rickshaw that runs on gasoline. Today, change is ongoing in Berlin, Bogota, and other cities taking innovative steps to cut […]

Filipinos Continue to Cope With Decades of Rolling Blackouts

Filipinos Continue to Cope With Decades of Rolling Blackouts

For as long as many people in the Philippines can remember, electricity has been a luxury. Lack of stable electricity has been a part of daily lives. Most Filipinos never dreamed that the rolling power outages of the 1990s still bedevil the country today. The Philippines has suffered a persistent power shortage since the mid-1980s. […]

First Film in Space ‘The Challenge’ Begins Production

First Film in Space ‘The Challenge’ Begins Production

The Russian crew lifted off earlier this week. They have successfully landed and will soon start shooting. Carrying a director and an actress, the trip seems to so far be on schedule. The Soyuz 2.1a left Baikonur Cosmodrome, the Russian spaceport in Kazakhstan. They arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) around 4 hours after […]

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