300 Click for offerFor instance, crime raged in New York City in the 1800s when there were almost no black people in the city. Indeed, in 1985, the writer and prodigious chronicler of New York City, Edward Robb Ellis, wrote in The New York Times about a citizen complaining in 1852 that “the increase of crime, the ferocity and frequency of assaults on private citizens at night in this city, and the … imbecility and inefficiency of the police is creating great alarm in the decent and orderly portion of our inhabitants.” The C.D.C. pointed to a continuing outbreak in New York City and Rockland County, N.Y., as posing a particular public health threat.
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TYPE ::MOUNTAIN BIKEWhile 3D printing has been working its way into the industry mostly via plastic, 3D-printing metal objects is gaining popularity, too. BMW has already invested in the tech, and Bugatti used it to build a gnarly titanium brake caliper. HRE, an aftermarket wheel company, used 3D printing to assemble some of the wildest wheels I've ever seen, too. The United States Embassy in Jakarta has issued a security warning for Americans in Indonesia, urging them to stay away from political rallies or other large crowds.
BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTYIf you’re going to eat a pastel de nata, you’d better eat it warm. That’s what Joey Batista, or Bats for short, will tell you at his blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cafe on the Lower East Side. He may also tell you that a pastel de nata is the love child of a crème brûlée and a croissant. The description sounds salacious, but it’s accurate. “We were confident we would be doing that,” he said of ousting Labour. “Now it’s all to play for; it will be about turnout.”
News quiz: Did you follow the headlines this week? Test yourself. During her 63-year reign, Victoria saw and embraced many new technological developments. She was the first British monarch to be photographed, according to biographers, and took a keen interest in the art form. She was first captured on film a few years before the turn of the 20th century.