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It’s been a sad week for many New Yorkers. On Tuesday, The Tunnel To Towers foundation said it will be paying the mortgages on the homes of the two NYPD officers that were shot and killed in Brooklyn this past Saturday. The decision comes after the foundation’s CEO and Governor Cuomo paid a visit to Wenjian Liu’s home and were concerned about his family being able to stay there. [USA Today]

North Korea has gotten back partial internet access following an outage that occurred in the country, after the U.S vowed to respond to a cyber-attack on Sony. Companies such as the Korean Central News Agency, and the Rodong Sinmun newspaper, were back in business on Tuesday. It is still unclear whether the internet was restored back to its normality. [VOA News]

4 people have been killed in Mississippi due to extreme weather. Governor Phil Bryant has declared an emergency for two counties in the state due to the storm, which has left thousands of people without power and has damaged several homes. [FOX News]

Boston Marathon bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has requested a delay until September after one of his friends pleaded guilty in a related gun case. Tsarnaev faces possible execution if he’s convicted at the jury trial, which is set to begin January 5th. [Business Week]