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Haley: US will 'tighten the screws' on North Korean nuclear program

Haley also criticized Russia, after Russian President Vladimir Putin responded to North Korea's latest missile launch by saying that while his country opposed the North Korean nuclear program, it was unacceptable for countries to intimidate North Korea.



Would Trump request to end Flynn probe have broken law?

The disclosures late on Monday roiled the administration as it struggled to move past the backlash over Trump's abrupt firing of FBI Director James Comey, who was investigating the president's ties to Russian Federation. Tuesday's developments sent shockwaves up to Capitol Hill, where there has been increasing disquiet among Republicans about the catalogue of missteps and self-inflicted wounds inflicted so far during the Trump presidency, which seems to be falling further and further into ...


Global cyber attack: Less than $70k in ransom paid

Global cyber attack: Less than $70k in ransom paid

Trying to stem the spread of this so-called " ransomware ", Smith said that Microsoft has been working night and day to address the problem. Smith notes in his blog piece that there's a degree of frustration when something like WannaCry runs wild when a fix for the issue has been around for a couple of months, and the problem with governments stockpiling vulnerabilities that are, inevitably, leaked and made available to threat actors.


Driver Sustains Only Minor Injuries After Car Is Sliced In Two

Driver Sustains Only Minor Injuries After Car Is Sliced In Two

In that seat is Apol Lansang, 26, of Sonoma, who is seen talking to witnesses who have pulled up to assist the injured parties. According to the CHP, Apol Lansang, 26, of Sonoma, was driving her Chevy Impala south on Highway 101 around 8 a.m.


Bourne surgery turns patients away as a result of cyber attack

Bourne surgery turns patients away as a result of cyber attack

The Kaspersky Lab estimated up to five percent of computers affected around the world could be located in India, due to the number of computers there using older versions of Microsoft's operating system. While it should be possible to patch and protect NHS computers running Windows XP, if the healthcare system also has medical equipment such as MRI machines that run the operating system it may be harder to completely protect the network.