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"I was shocked," the victim's attorney said. "Nobody talks like that in 2019."
The Japanese Grand Prix is under threat from Typhoon Hagibis which has already forced the postponement of qualifying.
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Tesla is warning drivers to charge their cars to "100% today to ensure your drive remains uninterrupted" in the midst of the forced California blackout.
Black and Latino drivers were also more than three times more likely to be removed from the vehicle, twice as likely to be handcuffed and faced higher odds of arrest than their white counterparts.