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London Mayor outlines 50-year vision ahead of population rise

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London Mayor Boris Johnson outlined his infrastructure plan for the British capital over the next 50 years on Wednesday, with a focus on how to cope with a population expected to reach 11 million. Duration: 00:57 Video provided by AFP


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Top 10 Dumbest States in America, From Tennessee to West Virginia

Top 10 Dumbest States in America, From Tennessee to West Virginia

TheStreet (May 29, 2014) — As the income gap widens between college and high school graduates, we're ranking the ten dumbest states in America, determined by the percentage of the population with Bachelor's degrees. Number ten of the group is Tennessee, where 23% of the population has Bachelor's degrees. While Fortune 500 companies like FedEx and Autozone are in Memphis, most of the state's jobs don't require advanced educational degrees. Tennessee has over 82,000 farms, 60% of which are used to raise cattle. The state has a median household income of about $42,000, making it 44th in the country, and has an average SAT score of 1709. Video provided by TheStreet
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Activists Urge NYC Mayor to Ban Carriage Horses

Activists Urge NYC Mayor to Ban Carriage Horses

AP (Aug. 26, 2014) — A group of New Yorkers are putting Mayor Bill de Blasio on notice for what they say is reneging on his campaign promise to ban carriage horses. They rallied Tuesday near the mayor's Gracie Mansion home. (Aug. 26) Video provided by AP
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NYC Mayor Renews Gun Control Fight

NYC Mayor Renews Gun Control Fight

Reuters (Dec. 12, 2013) — Ahead of the Sandy Hook shooting anniversary, Mayor Michael Bloomberg highlights new report saying illegal Internet gun sales are a growing problem. Linda So reports.
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Worldwide Smartphone Use Projected To Jump 25% in 2014

Worldwide Smartphone Use Projected To Jump 25% in 2014

TheStreet (June 11, 2014) — New research from eMarketer projects that world monthly ownership of smartphones should reach $1.76 billion this year up by 25% from 2013. Almost one quarter of the world population will use smartphones this year and just under one third will be using a smart phone by 2017. The United States remains the second largest smartphone market in the world after China. Total current use in the U.S. is 163.9 million smartphone owners. By 2015, eMarketer projects that 15 countries will have more than half to their populations adopting smartphones. This worldwide embrace of technology will have a significant influence on media usage, eCommerce and marketing. Video provided by TheStreet
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