World’s First Luxury Space Hotel Set To Open in 2027

It’s official, the world’s first luxury space hotel is set to open by the end of this decade, giving travelers a new destination to add to their bucket list. The company behind Voyager Station, Orbital Assembly Corporation, has confirmed plans to start construction on the hotel in low Earth orbit …

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Philadelphia Teen Offered More Than $1 Million In College Scholarships

A Philadelphia teenager faces a tough decision on where to attend college in the fall after earning over $1 million in scholarship money from nearly twenty schools.  Good Morning America reports that Shanya Robinson-Owens, 17, applied to 20 schools. So far, she has been accepted to 18 of them and offered $1,074,260 …

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Federal Benefit Provides $450 To Chicago Public School Students For Food

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Every student in the Chicago Public Schools system will receive more than $450 in the mail this month to supplement food costs. The benefits will be funded through a federal pandemic relief program, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Families are eligible to receive the added benefit regardless of immigration status. The Pandemic Electronic …

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Volvo Will Stop Selling Cars That Run On Fossil Fuel By 2030

By 2030, Volvo plans to stop selling cars that run on fossil fuels. The company wants to only sell electric vehicles that can only be purchased online. “There is no long-term future for cars with an internal combustion engine,” Henrick Green, Volvo Chief Technology Officer, said. The carmaker wants electric …

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