Both will give you KDE (again, Fedora's version may be newer), MATE, LXDE, Gnome, etc... You can set either up however you'd like, and the default repos largely contain the same stuff.
Personally, I run Fedora since my work uses RHEL and that keeps me in the same mindset. I tend to bounce between Linux Mint and Fedora, and have found the only real difference for me comes down to some obscure libraries on (very rare) occasions. Folks complain that Fedora is unstable, and that's generally true for the first few weeks after release. I've had the same problem with Ubuntu, though... so YMMV
I think in this case the government has a right to it. Volkswagen was very naughty and even worse, they got caught.
Well, I guess we know which of Santa's lists they're on. Unfortunately I think they know what to do with that lump of coal...
The company reports 30,000 upcoming, but it'll be much more in the end when the story is forgotten and nobody's watching. The company has implemented a cheating device that reports fake numbers when the press and incestors are watching: they call it the PR Department...
That is the most accurate description of C-level management I have ever seen. Well done.
Lend money to a bad debtor and he will hate you.