The Fall Of The Minivan
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The Fall Of The Minivan

The minivan is a vehicle that too many screams domesticity. It calls to mind images of suburbs, family life and youth soccer teams. For much of its history, it has been praised for its practicality and yet maligned as so […]

Why Chevy Is Radically Changing The Corvette
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Why Chevy Is Radically Changing The Corvette

The Corvette is widely regarded as America’s sports car. The Chevrolet Corvette has been in production since 1953, making it one of the longest running production vehicles in history. Of course, it’s also one that has occasionally risked the axe, […]

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Why Southwest Is Rethinking Its Boeing 737 Strategy

Southwest is the airline that brought low cost travel to the masses with a simple strategy: Operate one kind of plane, offer only coach class, no meals and fly to underused secondary airports. Since its first flight in 1971, the […]

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Key & Peele – Black Ice

[dramatic music] – GOOD EVENING, ST. PAUL. IT’S YOUR CITY NEWS AT 5:00. I’M JAMIE THRONEBURG. – AND I’M MARCY WHITCHURCH. WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES ARE IN EFFECT ACROSS CENTRAL MINNESOTA TONIGHT. WITH MORE ON THAT, WEATHERMAN ISAAC LABUDA. ISAAC. – […]

Why The US Has No High-Speed Rail
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Why The US Has No High-Speed Rail

China has the fastest and largest high-speed rail network in the world. The country has more than 19,000 miles of high-speed rail, the vast majority of which was built in the last decade. Japan’s bullet trains can reach speeds of […]

Ford’s Fight To Remain An American Icon
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Ford’s Fight To Remain An American Icon

Ford Motor Companyis the oldest U.S. automaker. More than one century old, it is the only one to have survived the Great Depression, two World Wars and the 2008 financial crisis without having to sell to a foreign buyer or […]