300 Click for offerHyundai revealed its plugin hybrid crossover, the Vision T. The problem for Hyundai though is it’s only a concept car, and Toyota is ready to go to production with its RAV4 Prime in the next few months. Mr. Carvajal said he did not know the identity of the Hezbollah operative, but he identified the diplomat as Ghazi Nasr al-Din, a former chargé d’affaires in the Venezuelan Embassy in Damascus, the Syrian capital.
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We should do more than hope: There’s an Uber app on your phone. Think twice about tapping it, because if Uber remains terrible after this, we have only ourselves to blame. … There’s a lot at stake. Ride-sharing, as an industry and a civic utility, is too big an idea to be left to a company like the one Uber is now. Republicans have generally trusted that free markets will benefit all participants, prized the higher output associated with an ‘efficient’ outcome, and expressed skepticism that political actors could identify and pursue better outcomes, even if any existed. Their labor-market policy could best be described as one of benign neglect.