ChargePoint, a leading EV charging company, is launching a new charging solution aimed at businesses looking to become a part of the future of clean transportation. The company’s CP6000 charger is ChargePoint’s “most flexible and serviceable global AC EV charging solution” for all types of electric vehicles. Founded in 2007, ChargePoint has been a leader
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Talks of former U.S. PresidentDonald Trump throwing his hat into the ring for the 2024 presidential elections have appeared on and off in the press in recent times. What Happened: Trumpmay be forced to announce his candidature, Maggie Haberman, New York Times White House correspondent and the author of the new book, Confidence Man: The
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The revelation that Donald Trump himself reportedly packed the initial 15 boxes returned to the National Archives that ignited a criminal Justice Department probe could strengthen the government’s case should it choose to prosecute the former president, legal experts said Tuesday. The detail was included in Monday reporting from The Washington Post on how one
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Scientists uncovered something unexpected in the fossilized embryo of a worm-like creature from the Cambrian period: the remains of a tiny, doughnut-shaped brain in the primordial animal’s head. The roughly 500 million-year-old fossil is an example of the marine species Markuelia hunanensis, an ancient cousin of penis worms (priapulids) and mud dragons (Kinorhyncha). To date,
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KYIV, Ukraine (AP) Russian President Vladimir Putin signed laws that claimed four regions of Ukraine as Russias territory while his countrys military struggled Wednesday to control the illegally annexed areas. The documents finalizing the annexation, carried out in violation of international laws, were published on a Russian government website. In a defiant move, the Kremlin
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Talks of former U.S. PresidentDonald Trump throwing his hat into the ring for the 2024 presidential elections have appeared on and off in the press in recent times. What Happened: Trumpmay be forced to announce his candidature, Maggie Haberman, New York Times White House correspondent and the author of the new book, Confidence Man: The
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The revelation that Donald Trump himself reportedly packed the initial 15 boxes returned to the National Archives that ignited a criminal Justice Department probe could strengthen the government’s case should it choose to prosecute the former president, legal experts said Tuesday. The detail was included in Monday reporting from The Washington Post on how one
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Scientists uncovered something unexpected in the fossilized embryo of a worm-like creature from the Cambrian period: the remains of a tiny, doughnut-shaped brain in the primordial animal’s head. The roughly 500 million-year-old fossil is an example of the marine species Markuelia hunanensis, an ancient cousin of penis worms (priapulids) and mud dragons (Kinorhyncha). To date,
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KYIV, Ukraine (AP) Russian President Vladimir Putin signed laws that claimed four regions of Ukraine as Russias territory while his countrys military struggled Wednesday to control the illegally annexed areas. The documents finalizing the annexation, carried out in violation of international laws, were published on a Russian government website. In a defiant move, the Kremlin
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