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Bloomberg Philanthropies Provides $100M to Cornell NYC Campus

Announcing a $one hundred million donation, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined his successor Tuesday to break ground for Cornell University’s new higher-tech campus in New York City. Bloomberg and Mayor Bill de Blasio toured the Cornell Tech web-site prior to announcing the present from Bloomberg Philanthropies that ...

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Twitter’s Lame-Duck CEO ‘Over the Moon’ About Modifications Ahead

Twitter’s lame-duck CEO Dick Costolo says he is leaving the enterprise stocked with new options that will boost revenue and assistance make the short-messaging service beneficial to a lot more people today. “We have points rolling out this fall that I am more than the moon about and can’t wait ...

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NY Prison Escape: Inmates Kept Notes About Escape Strategy on Cell Walls, Source Says

The convicted murderers who remain at significant kept notes on their cell walls ahead of their escape from an upstate New York prison 11 days ago, an official involved in the investigation told ABC News. The notes may perhaps have helped Richard Matt and David Sweat prepare for their escape ...

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Mother Koala Cuddles Joey Who Wouldn’t Leave Her Side Following Getting Hit by a Vehicle in Australia

The Australian koala duo, Phantom and Lizzy, — who took the World-wide-web by storm final week — are receiving healthier and stronger each day at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, according to their Facebook web page. Phantom and Lizzy have switched places, with Lizzy now cuddling her six-month-old joey after ...

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Correction: Net Neutrality-Stay Denied Story

In a story June 11 about World wide web regulations, The Connected Press mistakenly attributed to the Federal Communications Commission a component of the United States Telecom Association’s position on treating broadband like public utilities. U.S. Telecom’s lawsuit argues that that the FCC’s policy is unfair. A corrected version of ...

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CDC Troubles Wellness Advisory Amid Deadly MERS Outbreak

The U.S. wellness officials issued an advisory now as the deadly MERS virus outbreak continues in South Korea. The Centers for Disease Manage and Prevention issued the advisory to well being care providers in an work to guard against a comparable MERS outbreak in the U.S. The advisory instructs physicians ...

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