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When ricin-laced letters were sent to Mayor Michael Bloomberg and President Barack Obama, the FBI used a secret program to track down the sender. It's called the Mail Isolation Control and Tracking program. Through it, U.S. Postal Service computers photograph the exterior of every piece of paper mail - last year, it scanned 160 billion pieces.
New York City is home to several dozen “coworking” locations, places where people who don’t work in traditional offices can rent a desk and have a place of work.
Jonathan Bowles is the executive director of the Center for an Urban Future in New York.
Anthony Townsend, Visiting Scholar, Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management at NYU
Betsy Corcoran, Co-Founder, EdSurge
A bill that would provide up to $7.4 billion in aid to people sickened by World Trade Center dust was in danger of stalling in Congress Thursday.
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Wall Street goes Waterworld!
Marshes disappear in Jamaica Bay!
Rising seas swamp Ground Zero!
Infectious disease on the rise! ...