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How a Radiator Started a Fatal Fire in the Bronx: How to Avoid One

How a Radiator Started a Fatal Fire in the Bronx: How to Avoid One

The nation is in shock after 17 people, including eight children, were killed in a fire that raged through a high-rise building in the Bronx on Sunday. The cause of New York’s deadliest fire in over 30 years? A malfunctioning radiator. Commissioner Daniel Black of the New York City Fire Department said the blaze raged …

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Curbio Raises $65M to Expand National Fix First, a Pay-at-Close Home Improvement Solution for Brokerages and Realtors

Curbio Raises $65M to Expand National Fix First, a Pay-at-Close Home Improvement Solution for Brokerages and Realtors

“Curbio takes an outdated, broken process and dramatically improves it for the benefit of realtors, home sellers and contractors. We are thrilled to have Revolution Growth leading an incredible group of investors with expertise in PropTech, markets and scaling will be invaluable to Curbio as we disrupt a $85 billion industry that hasn’t seen real …

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Chris Martin, owner of The K Co., gives a visit to Summit County Executive Ilene Shapiro, Barberton Mayor Bill Judge and others after the announcement of the PACE program June 20, 2019 in Akron.

Summit County Home Energy Improvement Program is ‘stalled’

A program to help Summit County residents secure funding for energy efficiency upgrades to their homes is “stuck” and unlikely to go ahead. The Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) residential finance program was announced in June 2019 and is expected to launch in March 2020. California-based private lender Renovate America was the lending partner working …

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1,500 synagogue leaders meet with feds to discuss security following Texas standoff

1,500 synagogue leaders meet with feds to discuss security following Texas standoff

It was a cry for help from Zoom. Some 1,500 concerned Jewish leaders called Tuesday asking Attorney General Merrick Garland and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to step up security just three days after an 11-hour standoff at a Texas synagogue that ended when the gunman who had taken a rabbi and three other hostages …

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49% of growth will come from North America for the DIY retail market

49% of growth will come from North America for the DIY retail market

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Russia vetoes UN resolution linking climate change and security

Russia vetoes UN resolution linking climate change and security

NEW YORK (AP) — Russia on Monday vetoed a UN Security Council resolution, the first of its kind, framing climate change as a threat to international peace and security, a vote that failing a years-long effort to make global warming a more central issue. consideration for the most powerful organ of the United Nations. Led …

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'Fix to Fabulous' uncovers a home trend that adds $50,000 in value

‘Fix to Fabulous’ uncovers a home trend that adds $50,000 in value

Jenny and Dave Marrs, the hosts of “Fixer to Fabulous,” meet many homeowners who are doing home renovations, but their latest clients want to move into their garage. In the Season 3 episode “New Tudor Home for a Newborn”, Jenny and Dave meet Brook and Aaron Smith, who owns a 1971 Tudor-style home in Rodgers, …

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Toronto lab discovers security flaws and censorship framework in Olympic app

Toronto lab discovers security flaws and censorship framework in Olympic app

Researchers at a Toronto-based tech lab have discovered security vulnerabilities and censorship frameworks in an app that all 2022 Beijing Olympics participants must use. The Citizen Lab, a research institute at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy that studies spyware, has discovered a “simple but devastating” flaw in the …

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