Cyber-attack guides promoted on YouTube

Some said the attacks highlighted the need for agencies like the NSA to disclose security flaws so they can be patched. The Spanish government said several companies had been targeted in ransomware cyberattack that affected the Windows operating system of employees' computers.

At the Movies: 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' Vol

Well, today turned out to be a great day for Groot fans with the tiny sapling revealing his five favourite films to Rotten Tomatoes care of the " Guardians " director, James Gunn . Rocket stays behind with Groot and Nebula so he can fix their ship. Of course, there's also the whole sibling rivalry thing between Gamora and her twisted sister, Nebula (Karen Gillan ).

Comey not anxious about possible Trump tapes

Trump's tweetstorm railed against the "fake media" and those who expect his surrogates to defend him with "perfect accuracy", while giving a stern warning to Comey that he "better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!" Excerpts of the interview, taped Friday, were released just hours after a morning Twitter rant in which the erratic executive said he might cancel the White House daily press briefing and indicated the information his press ...

White House Holds Press Briefing After James Comey Firing

And just this week, Trump's critics zeroed in on the fact that Trump waited 18 days to fire Flynn, following a warning from then-Acting Attorney General Sally Yates that Flynn might have made himself susceptible to Russian blackmail by misleading Vice President Pence about his conversation with the Russian ambassador.

NBC reviving 'must-see TV' Thursdays with 'Will & Grace'

But all available evidence suggests Us should do just fine without the help of a big lead-in, given its consistent ability to improve upon its reality show lead-in last fall. 8, 2018. With Us headed to Thursdays, NBC will shift longtime Thursday night player The Blacklist to Wednesdays at 8 p.m., bumping the barely-renewed Blindspot to Fridays at 8 p.m.

Eurovision winner arrives home to Portugal

The performance by Salvador Sobral, this year's victor of the Eurovision Song Contest, was different than the others. Sobral won in a landslide, capturing 758 points, 143 more than second place. The acrimony is ironic, since Eurovision was founded in 1956 to bring the recently warring countries of Europe together. He wrote on Facebook that "due to the shelling of Avdiivka and the death of peaceful civilians, I took a decision to cancel my presence at the Eurovision final".