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Situational awareness: Trump wants interest rates cut, the economy added 196,000 jobs last month, Michael Cohen's lawyers released new Trump allegations, a Japanese spaceship bombed an asteroid and Saudi Arabia threatened to stop using dollars in oil trading.
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The right to drive fast may not be as sacrosanct in the U.S. as Germany, but it comes at a price either way.
The big picture: "41 states have roads with speed limits of at least 70 mph."
Between the lines: Germany considered speed limits for environmental reasons earlier this year, but then backed off, the N.Y. Times reports.
The bottom line: "Every time you raise speed limits, you see more deaths," said IIHS vice president for research and statistical services Charles Farmer.
A flock of geese is tended to at a farm in Ipekyolu district of Turkey's eastern Van province.
Jordan Peele arrives for the CBS All Access New Series 'The Twilight Zone' premiere. Photo: Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images
"The Twilight Zone," one of the most iconic shows in U.S. history, is getting remade—again—this time by the buzziest auteur around, Jordan Peele, Flipboard's Mia Quagliarello writes for Axios.
Between the lines: Creator Rod Serling originally developed the anthology series in the 1950s to comment on the state of the world in the wake of McCarthyism.
What to watch: Peele himself pops up as the deadpan narrator, just like Serling did at the beginning and end of each episode. Other players include Kumail Nanjiani, Tracy Morgan, Adam Scott, Sanaa Lathan, and Seth Rogen.
The bottom line: "Still a work in progress," said The Ringer.
Go deeper: If you're hungering for more like this, go for progenitors like "The X-Files," "Room 104," the film "Her," and of course "Black Mirror."