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Republicans in Congress aim to cut foreign aid

From hydrogen fuel cell-powered bikes to aid for an African country that spent millions on a massive monument, Republican lawmakers on Wednesday cited lots of candidates for cutting foreign aid. Full story

Space-Age Techs Propelling Innovation in Your Car

What goes up must come down, they say, and the axiom holds true for technology. Many sky-high aerospace innovations have translated into on-the-ground improvements for our cars and trucks, including everyday features such as anti-lock brakes and GPS navigation. Full story

Space-age technology helps drive automobiles

What goes up must come down, they say, and the axiom holds true for technology. Many sky-high aerospace innovations have translated into on-the-ground improvements for our cars and trucks, including everyday features such as anti-lock brakes and GPS navigation. Full story

Magic powder fuels electric bike

Bike riding is tough enough without the prospect of having hydrogen stored next to your nether regions.  Now a company has a way to make it safer and more feasible, using a special powder. Full story

Hawaii's great hydrogen fuel experiment

The Hawaiian island of Oahu is far ahead of the rest of the country when it comes to ushering in a new era for climate-friendly transportation and energy infrastructure. The state’s gas company recently teamed up with General Motors to set up an island-wide hydrogen fuel system by 2015, complete wit Full story

Can fuel cells power the future?

An electricity-generating fuel-cell system known as the Bloom Box sparked a huge buzz in the energy debate six months ago — and since then, still more ventures have surfaced to promise better living through chemistry. Full story

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