In a presentation in L.A. this week, Boring Company execs Elon Musk and Steve Davis made a sales pitch for the "weird little Disney ride in the middle of L.A."
Panic buttons are needed because hospitality employees "are vulnerable to crimes and other threatening behavior, including sexual assault," the proposed ordinance states.
Speculation has mounted that Koum clashed with Facebook over how it used personal data collected from WhatsApp.
City council members are hoping to give the project a boost.
Naples Mayor Luigi de Magistris said his "City of Peace" was no place for nuclear weapons or nuclear-powered vessels.
The mayor of Cambridge called the incident "disturbing."
TESS will scour the skies for signs of undiscovered worlds.
The State clearly knew best what "these" people really needed for them to have some minimum form of a "decent life."
Clearly, something must be done. The $1.5 trillion question is: What?
"I feel lonely, weak, unwanted and rejected. No one is accepting me," Hassan al-Kontar said.
In a video, the nude suspect swings around on the train poles and then strikes another passenger.
"The Americans are our friends…. They can help us to deter any threat," said Lieutenant General Rolando Bautista of the Philippine army.
Driverless vehicles are closer than you may realize to moving out of testing mode.
Residents say the 10 million pounds of human waste has left the town smelling like dead bodies.
The USS Little Rock left Montreal this weekend and is expected to reach its home port in Florida by the end of April.
The passengers were traveling from Delhi to JFK Airport on January 7, but their connecting flight was canceled during a stopover in Moscow.