Tesla Model 3 will come standard with autopilot, online sales to stop

Tesla Model 3 will come standard with autopilot, online sales to stop

Tesla has changed its mind on the Model 3 again. The company is ending online sales of the long-promised $35,000 base Model 3, expanding its autopilot feature to all trim levels of the vehicle and introducing a leasing option, Tesla announced in a blog post late Thursday. The changes were being made “to simplify vehicle choices and make Autopilot more affordable,” the post said. By ending online sales for the Model 3, the company is…

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Migrants break border gate, force their way into Mexico

Migrants break border gate, force their way into Mexico

Mexican authorities said a group of about 350 migrants broke the locks on a gate at the Guatemalan border Friday and forced their way into southern Mexico to join a larger group of migrants trying to make their way toward the United States. The National Immigration Institute did not identify the nationalities of the migrants, but they are usually from Central America. A similar confrontation occurred on the same border bridge between Mexico and Guatemala…

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5-year-old may have been thrown off 3rd floor of Mall of America: Police

5-year-old may have been thrown off 3rd floor of Mall of America: Police

A 5-year-old suffered “significant injuries” after falling from the third floor of the famed Mall of America in Minnesota and may have been thrown or pushed, according to police, who cited witnesses. Cops were called to the mall, in Bloomington, around 10:15 a.m. Friday after the child landed on first floor, Bloomington Police Chief Jeff Potts said at a news conference. The suspect, a 24-year-old man, initially fled the scene but was arrested, Potts said….

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Ground beef likely cause of 6-state food poisoning outbreak

Ground beef likely cause of 6-state food poisoning outbreak

Health officials say ground beef is the likely source of a food poisoning outbreak that has sickened more than 100 people in six states. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday said no specific brand or source of the meat has been determined yet. The CDC says people can continue to eat ground beef. The meat should be cooked thoroughly to 160 degrees to kill germs. The outbreak started in early March. So…

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WATCH: Trump’s transgender policy to take effect

WATCH: Trump’s transgender policy to take effect

Now Playing: Trump ‘giving strong considerations’ to sending detained migrants to sanctuary cities Now Playing: San Jose mayor responds to Pres. Trump’s sanctuary cities remarks Now Playing: Buttigieg and Pence in war of words on religion, homosexuality Now Playing: Trump’s transgender policy to take effect Now Playing: Julian Assange faces extradition to US Now Playing: Trump administration mulled plans to release detained migrants in sanctuary cities Now Playing: Ohio governor signs ‘heartbeat’ abortion bill Now…

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All models of Fisher-Price Rock N’ Play sleepers recalled after infant deaths

All models of Fisher-Price Rock N’ Play sleepers recalled after infant deaths

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is recalling all models of Fisher-Price Rock N’ Play sleepers after it was linked to over 30 infant deaths. The move comes just a few days after the American Academy of Pediatrics, a professional organization of pediatricians known by the acronym AAP, called on the CPSC to recall the products, citing an analysis from Consumer Reports magazine connecting it to 32 sleep-related infant deaths. “This product is deadly and…

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Man arrested after setting clothes on fire near White House

Man arrested after setting clothes on fire near White House

A man was arrested after trying to set his clothes on fire near the White House on Friday. An individual in Lafayette Park, across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House, lit his jacket on fire while he was wearing it, a law enforcement official told ABC News. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) Police and rescue personnel remove a man on a stretcher from Lafayette Park after the man lit his jacket on fire in front of the White…

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Investigation launched into handling of Jussie Smollett case

Investigation launched into handling of Jussie Smollett case

Kim Foxx, the embattled Chicago state’s attorney whose office has come under fire for its handling of the Jussie Smollett case, has asked the local inspector general to look conduct an “independent review” of their investigation, she confirmed in a statement. The news comes the day after the city’s law department announced that they are suing Smollett to recoup the amount that they had to spend in order to cover the overtime of police officers…

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2 young women murdered, found in oil field in 1986, 1991 now ID’d

2 young women murdered, found in oil field in 1986, 1991 now ID’d

Two young women who were murdered and left in a Texas oil field decades ago have finally been identified thanks to the new investigative technique of genetic genealogy, according to local police. One of the women, who police called Jane Doe, was shot in the back. Her body was found in an oil field in League City on Feb. 2, 1986, said the League City police. (Parabon-Nanolabs via League City Police) Two young women whose…

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GOP group sorry for email calling Ocasio-Cortez ‘terrorist’

GOP group sorry for email calling Ocasio-Cortez ‘terrorist’

The president of a college Republican group in Ohio has apologized for a fundraising email that referred to Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as a “domestic terrorist.” Tom Ferrall is chairman of the Ohio College Republican Federation and a senior at the University of Dayton. He says the email was sent Wednesday without his approval by a third-party fundraising firm he wouldn’t name. Ferrall says his organization has severed ties with the firm. He says the…

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