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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that MTA bridges are open to emergency personnel only, effective immediately. That includes fire and police personnel, first responders, and medical personnel which include doctors, nurses, etc. Assessments are ongoing as to whether bridges are reopening to the public.
A Dream Trip for the YouTube Generation | DADWAGON
I am the father of a fourteen-year-old boy named Jack, and he, his mother and I are journeying from our home in the Catskill Mountains to JFK Airport, where we will fly to L.A./Anaheim for the third annual VidCon. VidCon is the brainchild of musician Hank Green and New York Times bestselling author John Green, known collectively as the Vlog Brothers.
Letter to Emily White at NPR All Songs Considered.
Recently Emily White, an intern at NPR All Songs Considered and GM of what appears to be her college radio station, wrote a post on the NPR blog in which she acknowledged that while she had 11,000 songs in her music library, she's only paid for 15 CDs in her life.
Newsman Paul Lacaillade 'a triple threat' | New Hampshire NEWS
MANCHESTER - Ask anyone who knew Paul Lacaillade, and they'll tell you he had newsprint flowing through his veins instead of blood. Lacaillade, a veteran of New Hampshire newspapers for over 50 years, including a half century at the Union Leader, died at his home in Manchester on Saturday.
Is it reality? No, it's Truman Show delusion
Two psychiatrists in the US have published some case studies that flesh out an idea that surfaced in 2008. In The Truman Show Delusion, brothers Joel and Ian Gold describe the stories of five psychiatric patients who recalled experiences similar to the 1998 film, in which Jim Carrey's character Truman Burbank is the unwitting star of a carefully controlled reality show.
Page 1 of 2 | Next Page Show Entire Article US Planned Layoffs Jump 53%: Challenger Report CNBC.com | May 31, 2012 | 07:31 AM EDT Job cuts jumped by 53 percent in May from April in the United States, with Hewlett-Packard's layoffs propelling the computer industry to the top spot among the biggest job cutters this year, a report by consultancy firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas showed on Thursday.
Hollande set for key Berlin talks
Francois Hollande has flown to Berlin, hours after being sworn in as France's new president. During his inauguration speech, Mr Hollande called for "a compromise" over the German-led focus on austerity as the way out of the eurozone crisis. He vowed to "open a new path in Europe" and called for an emphasis on "growth".
Female foeticide: Woman doctor caught red-handed during a raid in Haryana's Yamuna Nagar
Yamuna Nagar, Haryana: Daughters are precious - this was the message actor Aamir Khan wanted to spread through the first episode of his much talked-about TV show "Satyamev Jayate." Aamir talked at length about the alarming statistics on female foeticide and shared case studies - all with the aim of convincing the masses to discourage and help eradicate the social evil.
British Airways hand Kate Middleton and Prince William £200 of vouchers
By Deborah Arthurs UPDATED: 11:03 EST, 20 July 2011 Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have been given £200 in compensation after the in-flight entertainment system failed on their trip home from the U.S. British Airways presented the couple with duty-free vouchers after the breakdown of the system during the ten-hour transatlantic flight.
'Avengers' ups dollar power with $207.4M opening
'Avengers' ups dollar power with $207.4M opening LOS ANGELES (AP) - "The Avengers" has extended its box-office superpowers with a record $207.4 million opening weekend domestically, an even bigger start than originally projected. Final figures from distributor Disney on Monday put the film's debut $7.1 million higher than the studio had estimated a day earlier.
'Bring your child to work' day gets awkward | Campaign 2012 | Washington Examiner
The State Department press briefing quickly grew awkward yesterday on 'Bring your Child to Work' day, as journalists grilled spokeswoman Victoria Nuland for more details regarding the Secret Service prostitute scandals. One reporter, after acknowledging that the audience in the room was "a bit different," questioned Nuland about reports of Secret Service employees "hiring strippers and prostitutes" in El Salvador, as well as the "events in Brazil."
Grace Under Pressure: Here We Go
Peering through the rain-streaked windows of the train, my first sight of the ExCeL conference centre was of an uninspiring cement box with holes for car-parking punched along one side and a stupid name with jarring capital letters emblazoned on a series of signposts.
A Bamako Blog of This and That... There is no longer any electricity in Djenne during the day, Al Hadj, the work room manager at the Djenne Manuscript Library informed me last night.
Malawi President Mutharika 'dead'
President Bingu wa Mutharika of Malawi has died, doctors and cabinet ministers have told the BBC, but this has not been officially confirmed. One of the doctors who treated Mr Mutharika said the president was "clinically dead" on Thursday after suffering a cardiac arrest.
TwitLonger - When you talk too much for Twitter
Herewith the full poem for your delectation (and that of @Electrolux & @johnlewsretail) Twas the year 2012, the month it was January When @catherine_mayer made the mistake of buying #AEG To assist with her deep love of cookery Which is fuelled by #Masterchef and other programmes on TV.
First 1080 on a skateboard
Tom Schaar is the first person to land a 1080 on a skateboard ramp. He's only 12. It was on a MegaRamp, but still. (thx, meg)