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Here are all the wildest allegations from the former Nikola chairman indictment

A truck with the doors duct-taped on. Ford pickups masquerading as something else. The head of a company running to google whether or not the thing he had just promised inventors was even physically possible. These are some of the wildest allegations from charging documents filed this morning against Trevor Milton, the founder and former chairman of electric-and-hydrogen vehicle company Nikola. The US Attorney's office for the Southern District of New York alleges that Milton deceived investors about the nature and progress of Nikola. Milton's legal team, in response, released a statement saying he is "innocent" of the allegations and that "justice was not served by the government's action today, but it will be when Mr. Milton is exonerated."

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Carl Levin, longtime Democratic US senator, dies

Carl Levin, a former US senator from Michigan who advanced Democratic priorities throughout his 36-year tenure in Congress, has died, the Levin Center at Wayne State University Law School said late Thursday in a statement. He was 87.

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Opinion: Whitney Houston and Amy Winehouse didn't consent to this

A Whitney Houston hologram concert is coming to Vegas. This October, "An Evening With Whitney" will begin its residency at Harrah's Las Vegas, featuring the virtual image and voice of the late singer, backed by a live band, singers and dancers. According to Variety, this event has been in the works since Houston's estate partnered with publishing/management company Primary Wave and includes additional plans for an album of unreleased tracks and a musical.

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Opinion: I've been raped, beaten and held under house arrest for fighting for my Sahrawi people

Earlier this month, the Biden administration reaffirmed the United States' recognition of Morocco's sovereignty over Western Sahara, a disputed region on the northwest coast of Africa. The United Nations calls Western Sahara a "non-self-governing territory"; I call it home. My home is under occupation and my people, the Sahrawis, are under attack, and the US position on Western Sahara legitimizes this occupation and will be used as license for further attacks. I know this because I have lived it.

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