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Storms sweep through area as tornado watch ends – Philly.com



New York Daily News
Storms sweep through area as tornado watch ends
Philly.com
A line of showers with winds up to 50 m.p.h. started sweeping from west to east through the Philadelphia area, but a widespread tornado watch that included southeastern Pennsylvania counties ended by 4 p.m. but remained for almost all of New Jersey and 
Tornado watch issued in New York, New JerseyNew York Daily News
Tornado Watch in Effect for New YorkWall Street Journal
Northeast Tornado Watch In Effect For New York, DC, Maryland, New JerseyBustle
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Pet cemeteries will now accept human remains for burial alongside beloved … – New York Daily News



New York Daily News
Pet cemeteries will now accept human remains for burial alongside beloved
New York Daily News
ALBANY — Pet owners can now spend eternity in the dog house. A new regulation unveiled by the state this month would allow pet cemeteries in New York to accept the cremated remains of human beings hoping to be buried forever beside their beloved 
NY rules pet cemeteries can bury human ashesNew Straits Times

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New York mayoral candidates spar in debate as Weiner sinks in polls – Los Angeles Times



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New York mayoral candidates spar in debate as Weiner sinks in polls
Los Angeles Times
NEW YORK — Five Democrats fighting to become the city's next mayor sparred over housing costs, police tactics and term limits at their first debate Tuesday evening, but they agreed on one thing: They don't want to talk about Anthony Weiner's sex life 
Anthony Weiner fades in NYC mayoral raceUSA TODAY
Poll: Anthony Weiner's support is sinking fastCBS News
Harsh Debate As de Blasio Leads in PollWall Street Journal
New York Daily News -Politico -New York Times
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Bank of Tokyo to pay NY $250 million over sanctions – Reuters



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Bank of Tokyo to pay NY $250 million over sanctions
Reuters
By Karen Freifeld. NEW YORK | Thu Jun 20, 2013 11:43am EDT. NEW YORK (Reuters) – Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ has agreed to pay $250 million to New York state for systematically stripping out information from $100 billion in transactions involving 
Japan's Largest Bank to Pay $250 Million Fine for Iran DealsNew York Times (blog)
Japanese bank fined $250m fine over US sanctions breachesFinancial Times
Bank of Tokyo to Settle Iran Payment Violations for $250M: ReportTheStreet.com
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Nokia hints at 41MP cameraphone announcement on 11 July – Inquirer



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Nokia hints at 41MP cameraphone announcement on 11 July
Inquirer
FINNISH PHONE MAKER Nokia has dropped another hint that it will unveil a 41MP cameraphone at its New York event on 11 July. Nokia has posted a teaser image on its blog promising "41 million reasons" for readers to tune in to next month's event, which 
Microsoft is/isn't buying Nokia. Does anyone Care?Computerworld (blog)
Microsoft Explored Deal for NokiaWall Street Journal
Nokia Lumia 925: The best Windows Phone yetRegister
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Los Angeles at New York – CBSSports.com



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Los Angeles at New York
CBSSports.com
The return of one of the greatest players in New York Yankees' history has been pushed back one day. Don Mattingly's Dodgers will play a day-night doubleheader Wednesday at Yankee Stadium, the first meeting between these storied franchises in the 
Yankees spoil Don Mattingly's return to BronxUSA TODAY
Young Dodger Earns Cheers; Yanks Earn SplitNew York Times (blog)
Mattingly, Dodgers salvage split at Yankee StadiumWilkes Barre Times-Leader
Sports World News
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Fmr. TWA Flight 800 investigators want new probe – USA TODAY



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Fmr. TWA Flight 800 investigators want new probe
USA TODAY
Former investigators are pushing to reopen the probe into the 1996 crash of TWA Flight 800 off the coast of New York, saying new evidence points to the often-discounted theory that a missile strike may have downed the jumbo jet. (June 19). Post to Facebook.
New data shows missile may have nailed TWA Flight 800 but FBI rejects key Press-Enterprise
Filmmaker asserts new evidence on crash of TWA Flight 800CNN
Former TWA Flight 800 investigators want new probeWFTV Orlando

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Stratasys to buy 3D printer start-up – Financial Times



New York Times
Stratasys to buy 3D printer start-up
Financial Times
The 3D printing industry received a boost on Wednesday after Stratasys agreed to buy MakerBot for about $403m in an all-stock deal. MakerBot, a New York start-up that produces cheap, easy-to-use 3D printers, has helped democratise the once-exclusive 
3D Printing Company MakerBot Acquired In $604 Million DealForbes
Stratasys buys Makerbot 3-D printing company for $400 millionCNNMoney
Leading 3-D printer firms to merge in $403M dealNewsday
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Former TWA Flight 800 Investigators Urge New Look at Crash – U.S. News & World Report



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Former TWA Flight 800 Investigators Urge New Look at Crash
U.S. News & World Report
FBI agents and New York state police guard the reconstruction of TWA Flight 800 in Calverton, N.Y. in 1997. Flight 800 exploded and crashed July 17, 1996, while flying from New York to Paris, killing all 230 people aboard. Former investigators of the 1996 
What brought down TWA Flight 800? Group wants investigation reopenedLos Angeles Times
Investigators want missile theory probed in '96 TWA Flight 800 crashFox News
Filmmaker asserts new evidence on crash of TWA Flight 800CNN
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Former TWA Flight 800 investigators want new probe – Palm Beach Post



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Former TWA Flight 800 investigators want new probe
Palm Beach Post
FILE – In this Nov. 19, 1997 file photo, FBI agents and New York state police guard the reconstruction of TWA Flight 800 in Calverton, N.Y. Flight 800 exploded and crashed July 17, 1996 while flying from New York to Paris, killing all 230 people aboard. Former 
TWA Flight 800 Crash: Documentary Will Prompt New Probe Into Deadly Plane Huffington Post
'TWA Flight 800' filmmaker: 'Solid proof' aircraft was shot downWashington Times
NTSB urged to reopen review of TWA flight 800 crashFirst Coast News
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