Where the global cyberattack has hit hardest

The attack, which locked up computers and held users' files for ransom, was believed the biggest of its kind ever recorded. Wainwright said he is anxious that the ransomware attack might spread further once people return to work Monday and log on to their computers.

Formula One: Hamilton, Mercedes back on top in Spain

Formula One: Hamilton, Mercedes back on top in Spain

The Red Bull cars once again qualified in fifth and sixth with last year's Spanish Grand Prix victor Max Verstappen ahead of his teammate Daniel Ricciardo. "The first lap of Q3 was really good, the second was so-so". "It's tough. I really thought this weekend could be good but today it's all come crashing down".

Alonso gives McLaren 6 months to fix failing F1 car

Alonso gives McLaren 6 months to fix failing F1 car

Instead, he flies to the United States on Monday to begin preparations for the Indianapolis 500 for which he passed his rookie test last week. He revealed that he has already had it written into his contract that he will keep his race vehicle, as used in America on May 28, and put it on display in his personal auto museum in Spain.

Predators take first Stanley Cup playoffs game 3-2 against Ducks

Eaves was traded to Anaheim in February, and has been fantastic, tallying 14 points (11 goals, 3 assists) in 20 games for the Ducks in the regular season. The Preds did win by a final of 3-2, courtesy of James Neal's game-winner 9:24 into overtime. "We're just trying to play our game", Predators defenseman Mattias Ekholm said.

Another Global Cyber-Attack Likely On Monday: UK Experts

There have been calls for an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding Friday's major incident (May 12), with the Government and NHS chiefs facing questions over their preparedness and the robustness of vital systems. Researchers with the security software maker Avast said they had observed more than 126,000 ransomware infections, with 60 % of infected computers located in Russian Federation, followed by Ukraine and Taiwan.

Earnhardt goes for first win of season — NASCAR NOTES

Security expected a drunk fan and not the father of the victor so when they asked who he was and he said Ricky Stenhouse Sr., security initially didn't believe him. Gone was longtime driver Greg Biffle so that Roush could downsize to two full-time teams and direct additional resources towards Stenhouse and Trevor Bayne, several behind-the-scenes roles were restructured, and additional personnel brought in.