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Why Bitcoin Won't Die
Bitcoin should be dead now following the hacking of the Mt. Gox exchange, Nicolas Colas, a managing director and chief market strategist at ConvergEx Group , told an audience at a presentation about the virtual currency hosted by the New York Society of Security Analysts on Wednesday.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Advanced Motors & Drives moving more than half its jobs from DeWitt to Mexico
Advanced Motors & Drives , a manufacturer of electric motors, is moving nearly 60 percent of the jobs at its plant in DeWitt to Monterrey, Mexico.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Achievers: State University College at Oswego regional students named ...
The following students at State University College at Oswego listed by their hometowns have been named to the dean's list for the 2013 fall semester: Auburn: Brien Bianchi , senior majoring in theatre; Travis M. Butts , senior majoring in communication and social interaction; Rachel A. Carbonaro , senior majoring in psychology; Aubrey J. Cooper , ... (more)
'12 Years a Slave' Takes Best Picture
On Sunday night, McQueen became the first black director to take home the highest honor of the night: the best picture statuette for his heart-rending "12 Years a Slave," the true story about Solomon Northup, a free man living in New York who was kidnapped and auctioned into slavery.
The Fresno Bee
Mary Sanchez: Trying 'El Chapo': Let's let Mexico handle this
The trophy is Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, head of the Sinaloa drug cartel. Mexican Marines arrested him February 22 in the port city of Mazatlan, in a beachfront condo-reportedly without a shot fired.
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Sat Mar 01, 2014
The Journal News
Feds nab 240 pounds of cocaine on beer-filled barge in NYC
Federal customs and border agents in New York say they are trying to identify drug smugglers who hid 240 pounds of cocaine on a cargo barge filled with Mexican beer.
The Miami Herald
In drug lord's state, Mexicans march for peace
Fewer than a hundred people marched for peace in the northern Mexico state of Sinaloa on Saturday, several days after about 1,000 supporters of arrested drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman held a protest demanding his release.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Cuaron's Oscar nod leaves Mexico soul searching
Both sides in Kerry Kennedy's New York drugged-driving trial agree she didn't mean to take a sleeping pill before she set out for the gym, veered into a truck and ended up slumped and disoriented at the... Kerry Kennedy's high-priced lawyers made sure the jurors deciding her drugged-driving case knew all about her famous family.
Against the Tide
The photograph looks at once beautiful and disturbing: crystalline waters shimmer beside a rock-strewn beach.
Citigroup Burned by Mexico Fraud
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Although the movement he created is on its last legs, Leon Trotsky is still a compelling figure for the artist based on the evidence of three novels focused on his sojourn in Coyoacan that have appeared in the last several years.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Albany Times Union
Hundreds march for Sinaloa cartel boss in Mexico
This combo of photographs released by Mexico's Attorney General Office with identification mapping marks made by the source to point out similarities in face measurements, shows Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, using images made from his 1993 and 2014 detentions.
Sony plans to close two-thirds of US stores
Consumer electronics giant Sony announced Wednesday that it will close about two-thirds of its stores in the U.S., as part of a wide-ranging company restructuring it announced earlier this month.
Offshore Wind Farms Could Knock Down Hurricanes
Massaive wind farms in the Gulf of Mexico would have broken up Hurricane Katrina's winds ahead of New Orleans Courtesy of Mark Jacobson Hurricanes are unstoppable, right? Apparently not.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Watertown Daily Times
Oswego County man arrested after alleged physical domestic incident
State police said a Mexico man physically confronted a woman, damaged her vehicle and kicked in the door of their shared residence during a domestic disturbance Monday night.
New York Post
US prosecutors battle for right to try world's worst drug lord
Federal prosecutors across the United States are already jockeying over who will handle any case against drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, even though it's far from clear whether he'll ever be brought to this country to face charges.
Investor's Business Daily
Editorial: El Chapo Should Be Supermaxed In The U.S.
Justice: Mexico has bagged crime cartel boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman in a major takedown.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Hopes revived for N.Y. Dream Act
Supporters of a bill that would give New York students in the U.S. illegally access to state tuition assistance weren't giving it much of a chance in this election year, planning instead for a push in 2015.