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Aaron Gordon


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Aaron:

Feds Investigating Tesla For Making Cars With Steering Wheels That Fall Off

Some Tesla Model Ys are being shipped without a bolt that keeps the steering wheel in place, according to the announcement. → Read More

Ford Seeks Patent That Turns Car Into Dystopian Nightmare If You Miss a Payment

The patent imagines self-driving cars that will repossess themselves. → Read More

American Cars Are Getting Too Big For Parking Spaces

The changes to parking space standards have not kept up with the explosion in vehicle sizes. → Read More

San Franciscans Keep Calling 911 About Baffling Self-Driving Car Behavior

Cruise receives the vast majority of complaints, including boxing in buses and trying to drive over fire hoses during active firefighting. → Read More

How Nextdoor Put Neighbors In a Housing Policy 'Cage Match'

The neighborhood-based social media platform notorious for stoking crime and homelessness hysteria is becoming an increasingly influential organizing tool in housing politics. → Read More

Why C-SPAN’s Camera Work Is Suddenly So Interesting

For decades, the network has asked to be able to film all of what happens in the House chamber, not just the person speaking. Thanks to the Kevin McCarthy Speaker battle, it is finally happening, in all its chaotic glory. → Read More

Independent Review Panel Finds UCSB’s Dormzilla “Unwise” and Poses “Significant Health and Safety Risks”

The fate of Munger Hall remains as opaque as its windowless bedrooms. → Read More

San Francisco Decides Killer Police Robots Are Not a Great Idea, Actually

“We should be working on ways to decrease the use of force by local law enforcement, not giving them new tools to kill people.” → Read More

A $100 Billion Lesson In Why Building Public Transportation Is So Expensive in the US

There's a plan to spend $100 billion fixing the Northeast Corridor by 2035. Similar countries build entire new rail corridors with dozens of new stations for a fraction of that cost. Why can't the U.S.? → Read More

France Officially Bans People From Owning Themselves by Flying Instead of Taking Fast, Convenient Trains

The ban on commercial flights where fast, frequent high-speed rail service exists cleared a major hurdle. → Read More

More than 500 Labor Historians Condemn Biden’s Intervention in Freight Rail Dispute

It’s never good when people who spend their entire professional lives studying the subject say you fucked up. → Read More

Thank You For Your Feedback

The community feedback process is an inconvenient annoyance that brings out the worst in people. It is also at the heart of why U.S. cities can't build new housing or transportation. → Read More

43 Injured In Manhattan High-Rise Fire Caused by Electric Scooter

Firefighters saved a woman dangling from the side of the building with a daring rescue. → Read More

American Infrastructure Is So Bad Even Our Amusement Park Trains Are Derailing

A steam train at Silver Dollar City in Missouri derailed resulting in seven injuries. → Read More

People Have Better Things to Do Than Commute, Study Finds

Amid all the back-to-office agita, companies are ignoring the very real quality-of-life benefits of having an extra hour a day to do what you like. → Read More

Uber Will Start Serving You Targeted Ads Based On Where You Go

What could possibly go wrong. → Read More

Biking in New York City Is 25 Times More Dangerous Than in Vancouver, Study Finds

The study by the International Transport Forum shows some cities have virtually eliminated cyclist deaths. Others, not so much. → Read More

Woman Hit by Freight Train While Detained in Cop Car Parked on the Tracks

State authorities are investigating, and an officer has been placed on administrative leave. The woman is expected to survive. → Read More

28 Freight Rail Workers Tell Us What They Want You to Know About Their Lives

In threatening to disrupt the nation’s economy, freight rail workers are seeking basic dignities every other worker takes for granted. → Read More

US on Verge of ‘Economic Disaster’ Because Freight Rail Workers Can’t Get Sick Time

Freight rail workers want to strike for sick and guaranteed paid leave time, a move that would consequently force freight rail companies to hire adequate staff. The companies refuse. → Read More