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Elon Musk to unveil first 'Boring Project' tunnel under LA

Daily Mail - Science & tech

Elon Musk is set to unveil the first underground tunnel he hopes will revolutionise commuting. Musk also plans to show off the autonomous cars that will carry people through the test tunnel, which runs about 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) under the streets of Hawthorne, California, Musk's SpaceX headquarters. He's also planning to unveil elevators he says will bring users' own cars from street level to the tunnel. On Saturday, Musk also shared a teaser for the launch event with a poster of one of the Boring Company's tunnels and a light at the end. The test tunnel runs about 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) under the streets of Hawthorne, California, Musk's SpaceX headquarters.


Passenger dragged off United flight plans legal action

Al Jazeera

The man dragged off a United Airlines flight in an incident that sparked an international uproar suffered a broken nose and concussion, his lawyer said, adding that he is planning to sue. David Dao has been released from the hospital, attorney Thomas Demetrio said at a news conference on Thursday during which a member of Dao's family spoke out for the first time. Dao's lawyers filed a petition in court requesting that the city, which operates O'Hare International Airport, and United Airlines preserve evidence related to the incident. They also said a lawsuit was forthcoming. "This lawsuit, among other things, hopefully, will create a not just national discussion, but international discussion, on how we're going to be treated going forward," Demetrio said.