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Room with a View

Author: Mark C. Katz

New York’s Waldorf Astoria hotel is renowned for many things. An icon of glamour and luxury, the Waldorf Astoria was the tallest building in the world when constructed in 1931. It’s played host to numerous celebrities and is the reputed birthplace of such culinary dishes as eggs benedict, Thousand Island dressing, and of course, the Waldorf salad. Now the Waldorf Astoria can add one more credit to its resumé — as a potential national security risk.

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