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Amazon Device Wants To Know Your Emotional State

(CNN) - Amazon wants you to express yourself. Bloomberg reports that Amazon is testing a wearable device that uses the sound of your voice to read how you're feeling. Some of the technology is patented; one patent application shows…

Memorial Day Gas Prices Lower Than Last Year

(CNN) - You can expect slightly lower gas prices for Memorial Day weekend than last year. The national average for a gallon of gas is $2.85. That's about 10 cents lower than a year ago. Some drivers are paying…

Harriet Tubman Won't Appear On $20 Bill Next Year

(CNN) - A re-designed $20.00 bill featuring Harriet Tubman will not debut next year. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Wednesday that the new currency will be unveiled in 2028, rather than 2020, as originally planned. Mnuchin said the department…

Botswana Lifts Ban On Elephant Hunting

(CNN) - Botswana is lifting its ban on elephant hunting. The country's environment ministry announced the move in a statement posted on Facebook Wednesday. The statement said the ban had a negative impact on livelihoods and that there had…

Consumer Reports: Tesla Autopilot Feature Raises Concerns

(CNN) - Consumer reports is warning that Tesla's new 'autopilot' navigation feature raises serious safety concerns. The publication reports that the feature performs far worse than the average human driver at tasks like changing lanes and passing. Tesla's ordinary…

Judge Refuses To Block Subpoena For Trump Bank Records

Richmond, VA (WRIC) - A second federal judge is rejecting president Trump's attempt to block congressional subpoenas for his bank records. Wednesday's ruling pertains to house of representatives subpoenas for Trump's financial records from Deutsche Bank and Capital One.…

Prada To Go Fur-Free In 2020

(CNN) - No more "boots with the fur" for Prada. One of the biggest names in fashion says it will stop using fur in its products and design beginning in February 2020. That applies to all of its brands.…

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