Daily Archives: May 16, 2021

New York. 24/7 subway service to resume as outdoor dining curfew ends Monday

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New York will once again return to the city that never sleeps this week, as the MTA prepares for overnight service to resume and restaurants gear up for to drop midnight curfews outdoors. Beginning at 2 a.m., overnight subway service resumes.
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Secretary Blinken: China Should Abide by International Rules-Based Order

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Secretary Blinken on China: We are seeking, resolutely so, to uphold the rules-based international order. And in a practical way, that means insisting that countries make good on their commitments and play by the rules that we’ve all agreed to.
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A Soviet-Nazi Alliance – The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact – History

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n 1939, two bitter rivals sign a non-aggression pact. But the treaty is something more than just a simple pledge of neutrality. Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union have also secretly agreed on how they will carve up Eastern Europe between them.
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Push for electric cars gets a boost after fuel pipeline hack

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Fuel is flowing once again through the long Colonial Pipeline following a six-day disruption from a cyberattack. But the problems caused by the incident may have more drivers thinking about making a change.
“CBS This Morning” news video

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