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The NYPD is releasing harmless gases into the subway system during the morning rush beginning today to study how chemical weapons could be dispersed through the air.  Do they really have to do this in situ? Police, are working with Long Island’s Brookhaven National Laboratory, were spotted placing air-sampling devices in specific areas on the street and… Read more »

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Hold that phone. Well at least while you are behind the wheel. New York begins a crackdown on texting drivers today, with more police and new text-detecting equipment in unmarked cars, officials said. “Distracted driving kills. Period,” said Gov. Cuomo (pictured), who on Monday signed into law harsher penalties for teens who text behind the wheel. State… Read more »

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Whistleblower Edward Snowden might want to rethink his Ecuadorian refuge plan because according to leaked documents procured by our friend’s at BuzzFeed, the South American country has questionable spying practices all its own. Surprise, surprise! All while it has problems feeding its people. The confidential documents reveal a secret program in which Ecuador’s intelligence agency, SENAIN, targets… Read more »

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LONDON:  Maria Sharapova has blasted America’s own Serena Williams  for her controversial comments over a high-profile rape case and also criticized the Wimbledon Champion’s colourful private life. We say save the battle for the Tennis Match and let Wimbledon begin in peace. There will be enough time for fighting on the Tennis Court and whatever comments Serena made she has apologized for. You might… Read more »

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Hold the phone or maybe not anymore! As manufacturers and developers are increasingly experimenting with wearable technology what about a glove phone? This is the latest in an ever increasing trend that has included clothes that display twitter updates, mobile phone headsets, Google glasses, mobile phones that work in conjunction with wristwatches, and bracelets that track your… Read more »

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Family, Friends and Co-stars of James Gandolfini are shocked and saddened by news of the sudden death of the Hollywood heavyweight who won multiple Emmy Awards for his role as mob boss Tony Soprano in the smash HBO series “The Sopranos.” Gandolfini died of a heart attack yesterday in Rome. He was 51. Gandolfini  was due to… Read more »

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We support NYPD and say a big no when it comes a federal monitor of our police. Our endorsement follows Police Commissioner Ray Kelly’s justified and stinging rebuke to the federal government’s secret phone and Internet monitoring campaign when he suggested leaker Edward Snowden was right about privacy “abuse.” “I don’t think it ever should have been… Read more »

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AFP – Al-Qaeda’s military chief in Yemen warned Americans in an audio message posted online that the Boston bombings revealed a fragile security as he urged Muslims to defend their religion. Qassim al-Rimi, the military chief of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, said making bombs such as the ones used in the twin blasts in… Read more »