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  • Mayor De Blasio Briefs Press on NYC Building Collapse

    Mayor De Blasio Briefs Press on NYC Building Collapse

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    Mayor De Blasio Briefs Press on NYC Building Collapse

    Multiple people were injured when a building exploded and collapsed in the East Village of New York City on March 26. The fire affected four buildings on 2nd Avenue, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio during a press conference at the scene. Twelve people were injured and three were in critical condition, he said. There were no reports of additional missing people. Initial indications were that the cause was gas related and happened because of plumbing work, the mayor said. There were seven …

  • US Military Resumes Airstrikes Against Islamic State in Tikrit

    US Military Resumes Airstrikes Against Islamic State in Tikrit

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    US Military Resumes Airstrikes Against Islamic State in Tikrit

    The US military, along with coalition forces, resumed operations against Islamic State targets near Tikrit, Iraq, on Thursday, March 26, marking the second day of airstrikes targeting militants in the city. The US Department of Defense said it launched a total of 17 airstrikes near the city. The series of strikes were conducted as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, according to US Central Command. The task force conducts airstrikes and provides airborne intelligence support to Iraqi security …

  • Two men arrested for plotting to attack Illinois military base

    Two men arrested for plotting to attack Illinois military base

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    Two men arrested for plotting to attack Illinois military base

    Two U.S. men — including one National Guard soldier — are facing charges of conspiring to support the Islamic State, after the FBI thwarted their plan to join IS and orchestrate a large-scale attack on an Illinois military base. …

  • Connecticut Rethinks School Suspensions

    Connecticut Rethinks School Suspensions

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    Connecticut Rethinks School Suspensions

    Connecticut lawmakers are expected to vote Friday on a bill that would prohibit suspensions or expulsions for students in preschool through the second grade. The issue has sparked a debate in the state. Photo: Michelle McLoughlin …

  • ECO:nomics: Computers Will Optimize the Power Grid

    ECO:nomics: Computers Will Optimize the Power Grid

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    ECO:nomics: Computers Will Optimize the Power Grid

    Nat Kreamer, CEO of Clean Power Finance, and Thomas Siebel, CEO of C3 Energy, talk about how sensors and distributed generation will reshape today’s power grid. They speak with WSJ’s Jefferey Ball at the ECO:nomics conference in Santa Barbara, Calif. …