SAN FRANCISCOHomeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen promised swift and punishing responses to attacks from U.S.
NYC Health + Hospitals has launched a program to provide telehealth services to female prisoners on Rikers Island, expanding a service aimed at reducing the costs and disruption associated with transporting prisoners to a medical facility.
NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue launched a similar initiative for the male population at Rikers in May 2016 with the system's Correctional Health Services arm.
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It was fun while it lasted.
The wheels came off San Francisco's short-distance transportation experiment on Monday, when City Attorney Dennis Herrera sent a cease and desist letter to three companies that had flooded the city's streets with electric scooter rentals.
Updated at 5:40 p.m.
One person has been killed and seven others needed medical treatment after an engine on a US passenger jet apparently exploded in midair.
Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 made an emergency landing in Philadelphia after a window, wings and fuselage were damaged in the incident, officials say.
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PHILADELPHIA -- A Southwest Airlines jet apparently blew an engine and got hit by shrapnel that smashed a window and damaged the fuselage Tuesday. Southwest Flight 1380 was flying at about 30,000 feet when the explosion took place.
Another 12 people were assessed by medics, officials said, and seven of those people were treated for minor injuries. None had to be taken to the hospital.
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One person died Tuesday after a Southwest Airlines plane made an emergency landing in Philadelphia after it experienced engine failure, officials said.
Seven others who were aboard Flight 1380, which was headed from LaGuardia Airport in New York City to Dallas' Love Field, suffered minor injuries, but were not transported to the hospital.
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Johannesburg - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is upbeat about South Africa's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth in 2018, raising its forecast to 1.5% after cutting its prediction to 0.
One of the most intriguing tidbits from the future I've seen recently was this story from The Verge https://www.theverge.
IBM today announced the launch of its Adversarial Robustness Toolbox for AI developers. The open-source kit contains everything a machine learning programmer needs to attack their own deep learning neural networks (DNN) to ensure they're able to withstand real-world conditions.
Index breaks 26-year record; more gains seen through second quarter.
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A monthly index of trucking conditions published since 1992 by consultancy FTR hit an all-time high in February, adding further evidence to what some believe is a one-for-the-ages economic scenario for the industry.
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The US-based open-source vehicle design manufacturer LM Industries and the in-wheel electric drive developer Protean Electric will be partnering for the development of self-driving plug-in electric vehicles, the two have jointly revealed.
The name LM Industries should sound familiar to some of those reading this, as we've reported numerous times now on the firm's self-driving shuttle prototype Olli.
WASHINGTON -- Toyota Motor Corp. plans to start selling U.