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Superbug: ‘It’s Likely We Will Find More Of These,’ CDC Says

A top U.S. health official said Tuesday that it's likely more people will be found to be carrying a newly discovered superbug. The bacteria,...

Police Need No Warrant For Cell Data, Federal Appeals Court Rules

A split federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that police do not need a search warrant before obtaining cell-tower location data that can trace the...

FBI Wants To Exempt Its Huge Fingerprint, Photo Database From Privacy Protections

The FBI wants to exempt its burgeoning national database of fingerprints and facial photos from a federal law that gives Americans the right to...

The World Is About To Install 700 Million Air Conditioners. Here’s What That Means...

Air conditioning is still a relative rarity in many countries, including those with very hot climates. But as these countries boom in wealth and...

TSA: Holiday Airport Lines Minimized

Despite a few videos of long lines and some passenger complaints, the Transportation Security Administration said Tuesday that most of the lines at its...

Hikind Blasts Citywide Effort to Force Trees on Homeowners

Assemblyman Dov Hikind (D-Brooklyn) blasted on Tuesday a citywide effort to impose newly planted tree on homeowners, despite notifying the Parks and Recreation Department...

NYC Announces Rules To Implement Greenfield’s School Safety Law 

New York City Councilman David G. Greenfield announced that the Department of Citywide Administrative Services has released the steps that non-public schools must take...

Secular Israelis Are Becoming More Religious

A poll conducted for Channel 2 by Dr. Ariel Ayalon among 500 respondents aged 18 to 64 found not only a higher degree of...