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Collapsed construction crane removed from NYC street

Officials plan to hold another news conference on Saturday at the collapse site. The audit, completed in 2014 and updated in November, found that the buildings department has been too slow in implementing reforms recommended in a study commissioned by the city to improve safety at construction sites.

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Free Chipotle Burrito? Here's How To Get Yours

There have been no cases of E. coli diagnosed since December 21, and an investigation by the Centers for the Disease Control and Prevention into the outbreak officially closed last week without officials able to determine what food caused it.

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Apple to unveil New iPhone, iPad at March 15 event

The Apple iPad Air3 and the iPhone 5SE may be the most rumored devices in the tech world today. The analyst's comment does indeed make sense, considering that majority of consumers would opt for the iPhone 7 once it is out rather than going for revamped variant of the iPhone 5s .

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Iowa Caucus 2016 results: Ted Cruz wins Republican caucus

Those who said they were somewhat conservative split between Rubio and Trump, followed by Cruz. He called his win a victory for " courageous conservatives " across Iowa and the United States . "We may have differences of opinion. but I believe we have a very clear idea that the Democratic Party and this campaign stands for what's best in America".

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Zika virus shows up in Texas

News and World Report. They also advised women who are trying to get pregnant or thinking of getting pregnant to talk to their doctor before traveling to those areas, and to take extra precautions to avoid mosquito bites. Last week, the U.S. warned pregnant women to avoid travel to 14 countries and territories in the Caribbean and Latin America due to the virus. "And that is a developmental abnormality of small brain and many of these children die or if they're born, they have a real ...

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IL and Florida report new travel-related Zika cases

President Dilma Rousseff said on Thursday that Brazilian researchers were working with domestic and foreign laboratories to attempt to develop a vaccine for the Zika and dengue viruses. Health experts are unsure why the virus, which was first detected in Africa in 1947 but unknown in the Americas until a year ago, is spreading so rapidly in Brazil and neighboring countries.