Ancient City Flooded by the Chinese Government Becomes Major Tourist Attraction

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Toyota Recalls 1.9 Million Prius Hybrids to Fix a Software Glitch

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Toyota has issued a recall of 1.9 million Toyota Prius hybrids to reprogram software in the third-generation Prius. The recall is needed to update a hybrid control glitch that can cause the Prius to shutdown and enter a failsafe mode. When this happens, drivers have barely enough power to pull over to the side of the road. Read the rest of Toyota Recalls 1.9 Million Prius Hybrids to Fix a Software Glitch Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: car recall , electric car , electric motor , green car , green transportation , hybrid car , Prius defects , third generation Prius recall , Toyota , Toyota electric car , toyota prius , Toyota Prius recall , Toyota recall        

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Construction on Calatrava’s Chicago Spire Could Resume Thanks to New Investment

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Back in 2008 we wrote about Calatrava’s spiraling Chicago Spire , which was to become America’s tallest structure and the second tallest in the world. Since then, construction on the soaring 2,000-foot-high tower has been stalled due to the financial crisis, leaving a 76ft by 110ft hole in a major waterfront location where a record-breaking building should have been. All that could change, however, if developers come through on their promise to inject new funds into the project. Read the rest of Construction on Calatrava’s Chicago Spire Could Resume Thanks to New Investment Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Atlas Apartment Holdings , building developers Chicago , Calatrava Chicago Spire , Chicago tower , financial crisis Chicago , Shelbourne Development Group , spiraling tower chicago , tallest towers , tower bankruptcy , US tallest buildings , world tallest buildings        

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