Gabriel Alvarez

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Will Tesla introduce an all-wheel-drive 'Model D' tonight?

Electric carmaker<p>Teslawill commandeer the Hawthorne airport tonight, and much of the Internet's attention, to reveal ... something.<p>Exactly what, neither the company nor its media-savvy chief<p>Elon Muskis saying, other than it will involve the letter D and "something else."<p>But analysts at Barclays …

5 Things You Need to Know About Ebola

How you can (and can't) get infected, ways victims can seek help and more facts about the raging virus<p>Somewhere in the American imagination, a few …

China May Have Committed A Tiananmen Square-Scale Massacre This Year — And Totally Covered It Up

This speculation, and the global attention to Hong Kong, ignores a crucial piece of context: The Chinese government already killed scores of demonstrators in a single incident earlier this year. And it did so under circumstances that are the exact opposite of the situation in Hong Kong — far from …

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Ebola-infected nursing assistant's dog euthanized, Spanish officials say

A dog belonging to a Spanish nursing assistant diagnosed with<p>Ebolahas been euthanized, health officials in Madrid confirmed Wednesday.<p>In a statement, Madrid's Ministry of Health officials said they had euthanized Excalibur, the tawny mixed-breed belonging to Teresa Romero Ramos, who was diagnosed, …

What Happened to the Roosevelts?

What the Bushes and the Clintons can learn from a fallen political dynasty.<p>In any case, it <i>should</i> have been true: that when Joe Kennedy’s bomber exploded in midair, the officer in the trailing plane flying through the fragments and the fireball was none other than Elliott Roosevelt. That, in the …

Thomas Eric Duncan, first Ebola patient diagnosed in U.S., dies

Less than three weeks ago, he came to Texas from Liberia to get married. On Wednesday, Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with<p>Ebolain this country, died amid allegations by his family and prominent African Americans that his care was substandard.<p>Duncan, 42, had just a few days with his …