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At CES, luxury automaker Audi showed a near-final prototype of its upcoming e-tron GT electric vehicle. The e-tron GT will be a sleeker, sportier sedan version of Audi’s current e-tron Sportback SUV, with an estimated range of more than 200 miles.

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Republican Gov.-elect Greg Gianforte on Wednesday named cabinet appointments for two of the state agencies he cited most often on the campaign trail as places he would install new leadership: the Department of Environmental Quality and Department of Natural Resources and Conservation. 

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Regardless of who the quarterback is, the interior offensive line needs to be upgraded. Slater opted out this season due to COVID, but handled the mighty Chase Young as a junior while playing left tackle and didn't allow a single sack the entire season. He's versatile and talented enough to play all five offensive line positions. Top needs: OL, DB, DT

Since Congress passed full funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund in August, both the U.S. departments of Agriculture and Interior have missed a Nov. 2 deadline to list projects they intend to nominate for the fund’s support.

As the Department of Interior braces to defend its appointed Bureau of Land Management director from legal expulsion, pressure mounts to remove the acting National Park Service director.

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The CX-3’s athletically sleek appearance is more than haute couture. It is fun to drive, whether tackling a twisting road or a snow-covered cul-de-sac. The instrument panel looks as if it comes from a pricier car. Interior space is adequate up front but cramped in the rear. All-wheel drive costs an extra $1,400.

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Gov. Bullock asked a federal judge Thursday to take swift action to remove the Trump administration's chief steward of public lands, as the former industry attorney hangs onto the post despite the White House saying Saturday that his nomination would be withdrawn.

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The Trump administration has started giving energy companies temporary breaks on royalties they must pay for oil and gas extracted from federal lands because of the coronavirus pandemic, amid criticism that the move is a handout to industry and will mean less money for state and local governments.

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