London’s largest cab company will go fully electric by 2023

Mariella Moon

London courier and private hire taxi firm Addison Lee has pledged to convert its whole passenger car fleet to electric vehicles by 2023. While the company’s website says it has over 4,800 cars operating in the UK capital, its recent acquisition of black taxi service ComCab will make it the largest taxi company in London … Read more

A Texas Doctor Fired For Giving Leftover COVID Vaccines To “Indian Sounding” Patients Is Suing The County

A Texas Doctor Fired For Giving Leftover COVID Vaccines To "Indian Sounding" Patients Is Suing The County

Hasan Gokal, a Texas doctor, made national headlines when he was fired from Harris County Public Health (HCPH) in January after being accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccines and giving them to friends and family members. Gokal denied the accusations, saying he was being punished for giving 10 doses of the Moderna vaccine from an already-opened … Read more

5 Energy Stocks At Biggest Risk From The Evergrande Implosion

Odessa High falls in shootout with Wichita Falls Rider

Default fears have continued to stalk the China Evergrande Group (OTCPK:EGRNF) (OTCPK:EGRNY) despite efforts by its chairman to lift confidence in the embattled firm. The Evergrande Group, one of China’s biggest real-estate developers, owes $305 billion to a number of lenders, with its interest liabilities rising by an average of $28 million daily.  A major … Read more

‘Silent Land’ Helmer Aga Woszczynska on Migrant Crisis

'Silent Land' Helmer Aga Woszczynska on Migrant Crisis

Polish filmmaker Aga Woszczyńska – together with co-writer Piotr Litwin – started to work on the script of her first feature film “Silent Land” in 2016, and notes that since then, her film – which centers on the world’s response to migrants – has sadly become even more timely. Set in Italy, the slow-burning drama … Read more

Georgia insists no hard feelings with Vandy over last year’s scratch

Odessa High falls in shootout with Wichita Falls Rider

Sep. 22—No hard feelings. Truly. The No. 2 Georgia Bulldogs are traveling to Nashville later this week to face Vanderbilt after last season’s matchup in Athens was canceled due to COVID-19 related issues within the Commodores program. Last December’s scratch resulted in Georgia not being able to stage Senior Day festivities for the likes of … Read more

Airman on trial in Arizona in death of Mennonite woman

Airman on trial in Arizona in death of Mennonite woman

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Sasha Krause was a devout Mennonite woman, often immersed in books, who easily quoted scripture and occasionally taught Sunday school before her body was found in a forest clearing in northern Arizona. Mark Gooch was raised in a Mennonite community in Wisconsin but rejected the faith and joined the U.S. Air … Read more

What’s Going On With Lucid Shares Today?

What's Going On With Lucid Shares Today?

Lucid Group Inc (NASDAQ: LCID) is trading higher Tuesday, possibly in anticipation of the company’s Production Preview Week, which is set to begin on Sept. 27. Lucid said its Production Preview Week will entail a series of events during which the company will open the doors of its Advanced Manufacturing Plant (AMP-1) factory to members … Read more

‘Dune’: Arrakis Is Abu Dhabi’s Liwa Desert

'Dune': Arrakis Is Abu Dhabi's Liwa Desert

The Abu Dhabi Film Commission is understandably proud that Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures filmed at the Liwa desert, the large oasis area in the Western Region of the Emirate that doubled as the desert world of Arrakis, and in the past also served as a set for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” “Dune” … Read more