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Josh Duggar's 12.5-year prison sentence for child pornography conviction extended by almost 2 months

Former television personality on "19 Kids And Counting" Josh Duggar poses for a booking photo after his arrest April 29, 2021 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. (Photo by Washington County Sheriff’s Office via Getty Images) Josh Duggar's 12 ½ year prison sentence has been extended for almost two additional months, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons website.The 35-year-old disgraced reality star, who was convicted on child pornography charges in 2021, originally had a release date of Aug. 12, 2032.

Earlier this week, online prison records for Duggar indicated that his release was pushed back until Aug. 22, 2032, per Insider. However, the records now cite his release date as Oct.

2, 2032.The sentence extension comes as Duggar reportedly remains in solitary confinement, where he was placed after allegedly being caught last month with a contraband cellphone. The "19 Kids and Counting" alum has been serving his sentence at the low-security federal prison FCI Seagoville near Dallas.An attorney for Duggar and a representative for FCI Seagoville did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment.Josh Duggar speaks during the 42nd annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at the Gaylord National Resort Hotel and Convention Center on February 28, 2015 in National Harbor, Maryland. (Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images) JOSH DUGGAR SEEN SMILING IN MUGSHOT PHOTO AFTER RECEIVING GUILTY VERDICT IN CHILD PORNOGRAPHY TRIALA federal jury in Arkansas found Duggar guilty in December 2021 on charges related to the receipt of child pornography and possession of child pornography.

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Honda investing $40 billion over next decade in massive shift to electric vehicles - - China - Japan - city Tokyo, Japan
Honda investing $40 billion over next decade in massive shift to electric vehicles
TOKYO (AP) - Honda is investing 5 trillion yen ($40 billion) over the next decade in research, especially to realize a major shift to ecological electric vehicles, the Japanese automaker said Tuesday.The products and services in the works will account for more than half of its 8 trillion yen ($64 billion) research and development budget in that time and will be tailored for each major market, the U.S., China and Japan.Efforts in North America will focus on the collaboration with General Motors Co., under which Honda Motor Co. is jointly developing two midsize to large EV models, set for sale in 2024.By 2027, also under its alliance with GM, Honda plans to offer an affordable electric vehicle that’s competitive with gas-powered models in performance and pricing.Top automakers are accelerating electric car offerings amid pressing concerns about climate change, while also employing new kinds of fuel, such as biofuel and hydrogen-powered fuel cells.Honda will launch 30 EV models globally by 2030, targeting production of more than 2 million vehicles a year, according to the maker of the Accord sedan, Asimo robot and Gold Wing motorcycles.They will span the whole range of models, from tiny vans to muscular sportscars."We will continue to deliver the kind of fun in driving that our customers have come to expect from Honda," said Chief Executive Toshihiro Mibe.In China, where the move to electric vehicles is especially bullish, Honda is introducing 10 new EV models by 2027.Toshihiro Mibe, president and chief executive officer of Honda Motor Co., pauses during a news conference in Tokyo, Japan, on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.