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In this issue:  A new electric car, Obama news, and
questionable ethics.

A Canadian automaker and its Texas-based partner plans to
introduce a highway-capable electric car with a top speed of
80 mph and a 250-mile range, according to Computing
Unplugged.  It will also be fully rechargeable with ordinary
household outlets.

Motley Fool looks at how emerging economies are reacting to
the U.S. election and possible changes in global trade.
Motley Fool looks at two major stimulus measures Obama has
pledged, along with a few thoughts on the impact they'll
have on the economy.
Motley Fool ponders whether taxpayers are subsidizing
deadbeat homeowners.

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BusinessWeek says that business can learn from Barack Obama,
who built his decisive win on three leadership principles: a
clear vision, clean execution, and friends in high places.
AskMen says Obama's success presents a handful of valuable
tips everyone can apply to his/her professional life in an
effort to help him/her achieve his/her goals.

Reason points out that the "near-perfect" ethics record of
the House of Representatives comes from members' reluctance
to file complaints against one another because they fear
What does the future hold for polling, campaigning, and
voting?  Popular Mechanics considers what election
technology will look like in 2012.

A study by the U.S. NHTSA shows the number of lives saved by
drinking age laws and motorcycle helmets.

Popular Mechanics says the Phoenix is now racing against
time to complete more of its groundbreaking research before
the harsh martian winter brings its death.