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As Pedestrian Deaths Spike, Feds Take on Fanciful Crosswalks

As Pedestrian Deaths Spike, Feds Take on Fanciful Crosswalks

The city council in Ames, Iowa, just wanted to honor LGBTQ people during the local Pridefest. What the officials of the college town got instead was national attention and a showdown with the federal government.The trouble started with the city’s decision to repaint the crosswalks at a downtown intersection, using the patterns of the rainbow…
The fall of coal and its pollution-linked deaths is boosting the economy

The fall of coal and its pollution-linked deaths is boosting the economy

Clean living — Farming now produces more particulate pollution than electricity generation. John Timmer - Sep 10, 2019 8:35 pm UTC Enlarge / Livestock production has become one of the United States' largest sources of particulate pollution.Many economic activities create what are called "externalities": costs that aren't accounted for in their products but are paid…
Apex Legends deaths shows why players shouldn’t break down doors – Dexerto

Apex Legends deaths shows why players shouldn’t break down doors – Dexerto

Kicking down a door and clearing the room of all hostiles in Apex Legends could be one of the most satisfying experiences, until it all goes wrong. Respawn Entertainment incorporated various fluid mechanics into their battle royale which gives players a lot of freedom when it comes to devising a proper engagement. Techniques like sliding…
Deaths and injuries don’t slow Uber Eats’ rapid expansion in Mexico

Deaths and injuries don’t slow Uber Eats’ rapid expansion in Mexico

In the past six months, five Uber Eats couriers in Mexico have died in crashes, and dozens more have been injured. Uber’s insurance policy was supposed to help — it hasn’t. Rush-hour traffic comes to a halt in downtown Mexico City, as two dozen gig workers for Uber Eats and its Colombian competitor Rappi bike…

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Dealmaster: Get a 72W, four-port, USB-C PD wall charger for $26

Staff — Plus deals on our favorite ultrawide gaming monitor, Instant Pots, and more. Ars Staff - Sep 10, 2019 4:38 pm UTC Ars TechnicaGreetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is back with another round of deals to share. Today's list is headlined by a new low on Nekteck's 72W USB-C PD wall charger, which is down…

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