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Student loan refinancing has long has limited availability compared with mortgages and car loans. But a handful of new startups are helping highly-qualified borrowers trim away at a combined $1 trillion in US student loans. Comment?
Tesla Motors plans to release its SUV crossover, the Model X, in three to four months, CEO Elon Musk said. Tesla Motors is also well into construction and planning for its Gigafactory outside Reno, Nevada, which is expected to open 2017. Comment?
A DirecTV satellite dish is attached to a roof at a home in Palo Alto, Calif. The government is taking the nation's biggest satellite TV provider to court, accusing DirecTV of misleading millions of consumers about the cost of its programming. Comment?
An Amazon.com package on a UPS truck in Palo Alto, Calif. Amazon Prime members can get a free month of membership if their package arrives later than Amazon's 'guaranteed delivery' date. Comment?
A 2015 Ford Edge is prepped for display at the press day for the Washington Auto Show in Washington. Located in Tesla Motors' hometown of Palo Alto, the new Research and Innovation Center joins an existing network of Ford research facilities, including one in Dearborn, Michigan and another in Aachen, Germany. Comment?
NASA's powerful Solar Dynamics Observatory has taken its 100 millionth photo of the sun with its Advanced Imaging Assembly instrument. The space-based observatory hit the photo milestone on Jan. 19. 2015. Comment?
Was last week's terrorist attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo Al Qaeda 's version of the recruitment fair? Al Qaeda's branch in Yemen may have had multiple goals in mind in targeting the weekly magazine in the heart of Paris , but almost certainly among them was a desire to draw French Muslims to the jihadist cause by driving deeper a wedge between them and the secular society they live in, some experts in radical Islam say. The Charlie Hebdo attack "was not a pious protest against the defamation of a religious icon," says Juan Cole , a historian specializing in the modern Middle East at the University of Michigan. Comment?
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