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Sales begin in 2020 for Rivian's R1T pickup truck and a companion SUV. Both will be made in central Illinois. Ben Moon/Courtesy of Rivian hide caption

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Electric Truck Startup Steps In Where Other Automakers Left Off

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The Queensbridge Houses, the largest public housing complex in the country, near the spot where Amazon plans to put a new headquarters. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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With Amazon's Arrival, A New York Community Pushes To Be Included

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Google Employees Hope To Turn Last Year's Walkouts Into Real Change

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Shutdown Makes Government Websites More Vulnerable To Hackers, Experts Say

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The 10-Year Challenge has gone viral on platforms like Facebook, but some worry about how the data will be used. Eric Baradat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Could The 10-Year Challenge Be Putting Your Data At Risk?

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Senate Finds Russian Bots, Bucks Helped Push Brexit Vote Through

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Congress May Soon Impose New Regulations On Facebook

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Federal regulators have announced plans to allow drone operators to fly their unmanned aerial vehicles over populated areas and at night. A Wing Hummingbird drone from Project Wing arrives and sets down its package at a delivery location in Blacksburg, Va., last year. Michael Shroyer via AP hide caption

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Iran's Simorgh rocket pictured before an attempted satellite launch in 2017. Experts say the rocket's second stage is too small to be used as a missile. Iranian Defense Ministry via AP hide caption

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