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Is toddler Jonathan Zamora New York's second Swine Flu victim? Right now city health officials say they don't know. What is known is that the 16 month old boy died at Elmhurst Hospital shortly after being brought to the Emergency Room last night with...
A school assistant principal became the city's first death linked to swine flu, and the number of cases in Japan surged to more than 120 on a wave of new confirmations, prompting government-ordered school closures and cancellations of public events....
New York City has closed three schools in response to a swine flu outbreak that has left one staff member in critical condition and sent hundreds of kids home with flu symptoms, in a flare-up of the deadly virus that sent shock waves through the world...
It's understandable why Americans these days are thinking twice about venturing south of the border. A wave of gruesome violence, much of it related to drug trafficking, has swept Mexico in the last two years, leaving thousands dead. Popular tourist...
South Florida Sun SentinelA small army of neighborhood-based doctors is being used to track down foreign visitors at rental apartments and hotels in an attempt to halt the spread of the swine flu virus in Cuba. The government, which confirmed this week its first case of the...
Associated PressNEW YORK-A school assistant principal, who was sick for several days with swine flu, became the city's first death linked to the virus on Sunday. Mitchell Wiener, who worked at an intermediate school in Queens, died Sunday evening, Flushing Hospital...
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Times Staff WriterNEW YORK — A 28-year-old former stockbroker's assistant took the witness stand Tuesday in the Martha Stewart trial and, in an hour of testimony that riveted the courtroom, said he was ordered to pass on an insider stock tip to the lifestyles tycoon....
Anyone who climbs to the top of the ancient Pyramid of the Sun gets seven years of good luck, according to my guide Gabriel Perez. After I returned from my breathtaking ascent up what is called the world's third largest pyramid, Perez said: "Now you'll...
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