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BP Gets Permission To Resume Drilling In Gulf

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March 14, 2014
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The move to allow BP to resume drilling four years after the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion drew both sharp criticism and praise. Video provided by Newsy


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2014 Tesla Model S P85+ Takes on the Ike Gauntlet Review (Part 3)

2014 Tesla Model S P85+ Takes on the Ike Gauntlet Review (Part 3)

TFL Car (Nov. 14, 2013) — ( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The Tesla Model S P85 is a revolutionary car that says goodbye to the internal combustion engine and hello to the electric motor. But how will this all electric car do when the road gets steep and the altitude gets to two miles above sea level. From Dillion, Colorado to the Eisenhower Tunnel US I-70 climbs 8 miles to a maximum elevation of 11,158 feet or 3,401 meters. That's enough elevation and grade to test a small economy car like the 2014 Ford Fiesta and the Chevy Sonic Turbo, but how will the 2014 Tesla Model S P85+ perform on the same stretch of American Highway? In Part 3 of another accurate, informative and fun TFLcar mashup review Nathan, Emme, Andre and Roman take on the Ike Gauntlet in the new 2014 Ford Fiesta and Chevy Sonic Turbo and the most powerful electric production car...the 2014 Tesla Model S P85+ to see how these small cars handle the steep grade and lack of air density in the Mountains of Colorado.
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Suit Change for US Speed Skaters

Suit Change for US Speed Skaters

AP (Feb. 14, 2014) — With US speed skaters having miserable Olympics, team decides to dump high-tech suit at Sochi. Under Armour's Kevin Haley told The Associated Press the Americans had received permission to go back to their suits used in the World Cup circuit. (Feb. 14) Video provided by AP
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FAA Considers Letting Film/TV Companies Use Drones for First Time

FAA Considers Letting Film/TV Companies Use Drones for First Time

TheStreet (June 3, 2014) — The FAA is reviewing a request by seven film and television companies to use drones when filming. The companies hope to use drones to achieve creative aerial shots, but they also can be less expensive than manned aircraft and some believe, safer. The FAA prohibits the use of unmanned aircraft systems for commercial purposes due to safety and privacy concerns. The FAA acknowledged that granting the exemptions could have "tangible economic benefits." In order to receive permission, the FAA said the companies must show that their drone operations won't be a safety hazard and would be in the public interest. Video provided by TheStreet
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DHL Will Fly First Unmanned Drone Route in Europe

DHL Will Fly First Unmanned Drone Route in Europe

Newsy (Sep. 25, 2014) — DHL obtains permission to fly an unmanned drone to an island in the North Sea. It's the first time a drone will be allowed for commercial deliveries. Video provided by Newsy
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