Feds demand 3D printed gun blueprints removed from Internet The State Department has ordered ultra-libertarian group Defense Distributed to remove the files that provide instructions for building a 3D printed gun, until it has examined them for legality, says a report from BetaBeat. A red banner appeared atop the group’s website Thursday noting that the US government now controls the files. More
King, Messiah: New baby names suggest high hopes Talk about high expectations for a newborn: King and Messiah are among the fastest-rising baby names for American boys. They're just a little behind Major, the boy's name that jumped the most spots on the Social Security Administration's annual list of popular baby names. More
3-D-printed gun fires real bullets A Texas group run by a self-described anarchist has posted what appears to be the first video of the live firing of a handgun created with a 3-D printer. The 53-second video shows a single shot being fired from The Liberator, a plastic handgun that, with the exception of its metal firing pin, was assembled from parts made with a 3-D printer, according to Defense Distributed. More
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Malta Anxiety over the Ebola virus has led a company to keep a local employee from returning to the GlobalFoundries plant. The employee — who traveled to Texas and is the sister of a nurse who has been outspoken in criticizing the way the matter has been handled in Dallas — is not considered at risk of having the virus, said Joe Cestari, president of Total Facility Solutions, where she works.
WATERFORD — Officials from the National Park Service, Congressional representatives and state officials participated Wednesday in a ceremony marking the state Barge Canal being listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The ceremony was held at the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor Visitor Center on Peebles Island State Park.
AlbanyMayor Kathy Sheehan has struck a tentative deal with the city's firefighters to keep Ladder No. 1 in the South End open in exchange for the union's help with finding $1.2 million in overtime savings elsewhere in the department. The deal is centered around the union leadership's support for a change to the firefighters' contract that would reduce the number of firefighters allowed to take vacation on the same day from 12 to eight.
Albany Two city school district employees will be fired for allegedly letting a student with a loaded gun into Abrookin Career and Technical Center Tuesday night after he set off a metal detector at the entrance, the school superintendent said. Stephen Kramer, 17, of Albany, was arrested on Tuesday night at the school on an arrest warrant for failing to appear at a previous court hearing, said Officer Steve Smith, a police spokesman.
Three people were injured Wednesday night when a livery cab slammed into a city bus in Brooklyn, sending the massive vehicle flying onto the sidewalk where it careened into an industrial building, authorities said.