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jalopnik.comFormula E Is Going To Saudi Arabia Which Is Both An Incredibly Bold Move And An Incredibly Bad IdeaAs Formula E coalesced from vague rumors, carbon fiber mock-ups and promising press releases into an actual, real life racing series, it looked like the series of the future. Not only were they turning electric cars into something exciting, but they were paying attention to social cues, too. There were two women (Katherine Legge and Michela Cerruti) lined up on the starting grid—more than you’d find in a lot of other series. They were bringing quiet, pollutant-free racing to city centers. And the first-ever race in Beijing was insane. It seemed almost too good to be true.
hrw.orgThreatening to Deport People Who Don’t Stand for the National AnthemTrending tweets this week: The NFL’s tone deaf national anthem plan; where’s the reform in Saudi Arabia, where women’s rights activists are being detained?; repression in Venezuela; and secret, massive home demolitions in Egypt captured via satellite imagery.
dailykos.comSen. Coons, 'deeply concerned' Don Jr. lied, requests further testimony from him in an open hearingDemocratic Sen. Chris Coons is requesting further testimony from Don Jr. following revelations of a second Trump Tower meeting in which Don Jr. met with representatives of Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Israel—all offering foreign...