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Topic - Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. Completed in 1883, it connects the New York City boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River. With a main span of , it was the longest suspension bridge in the world from its opening until 1903, and the first steel-wire suspension bridge. - Source: Wikipedia
Dozens of onlookers watched in horror as a suicidal man stood on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City Tuesday morning.
Motorists coming off the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge into Washington are treated to a postcard-perfect view of the U.S. Capitol. The bridge itself, however, is about as ugly as it gets: The steel underpinnings have thinned since the structure was built in 1950, and the span is pocked with rust and crumbling concrete.
One of New York's most heavily traveled bridges is up and running again after a suspicious vehicle forced a holiday closing and snarled traffic for hours.
The Sundance Film Festival is all about diversity and inclusion. Two of its documentaries are all about disparity and exclusivity _ economic inequality that has left a rising gap between the super-rich and everyone else.
Sin City has another New Year's Eve planned with celebrity-studded bashes, exclusive concerts and a rooftop fireworks display billed as the nation's largest.
The archivists at the Library of Congress know well the ruddy face and tenacious mind of researcher Michael Hill.
Two major airports reopened and the floor of the New York Stock Exchange came back to life Wednesday, while across the river in New Jersey, National Guardsmen rushed to rescue flood victims and fires still raged two days after Superstorm Sandy.
Twitter on Friday agreed to hand over about three months' worth of tweets to a judge overseeing the criminal trial of an Occupy Wall Street protester, a case that has become a closely watched fight over how much access law enforcement agencies should have to material posted on social networks.
Twitter must give a court about three months' worth of an Occupy Wall Street protester's tweets, a judge said in a ruling released Monday after the company fought prosecutors' demand for the messages.
Twitter must give a court almost three months' worth of an Occupy Wall Street protester's tweets, a judge said in a ruling released Monday after the company fought prosecutors' demand for the messages.
Twitter is resisting an attempt by prosecutors to gain access to the message history of a writer and activist who was arrested during Occupy Wall Street protests last fall.
A pill that has long been used to treat HIV has moved one step closer to becoming the first drug approved to prevent healthy people from becoming infected with the virus that causes AIDS.
An Occupy Wall Street protester can't stop prosecutors from getting his tweets, a judge has ruled in a clash over the bounds of privacy in an age of living publicly on social networks.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden has begun attacking former Gov. Mitt Romney's credentials on the economy - the issue for which President Obama gets his worst marks in his job-disapproval polls.
An Occupy Wall Street protester and prosecutors are tussling over his tweets, a clash that's raising legal issues of privacy in an age of living online.