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Seeing businesses and individuals affected by cyberattacks, like the ones reported today, was painful. Security experts said the attack appeared to be caused by a self-replicating piece of software that enters companies and organizations when employees click on email attachments, then spreads quickly internally from computer to computer when employees share documents and other files.
  • 2 doctors found dead in penthouse likely knew killer

    2 doctors found dead in penthouse likely knew killer

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    Dr Richard Field and Dr Lina Bolanos , two anaesthesiologists who planned to marry, were killed on Friday night. His injuries are not life threatening. The suspect allegedly told police a gunman in the building was prepared to fire at them, Pappas said. In both instances, he passed notes demanding money at the same bank with no weapon.
  • Cyber attacks hits 200000 victims in 150-plus countries

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    The ransomware, called WannaCry, locks down files on an infected computer and asks the computer's administrator to pay in order to regain control of them. But U.K. hospitals, Chinese universities and global firms like Fedex (FDX) also reported they had come under assault. Hong Kong-based Ivezic said that the ransomware was forcing some more "mature" clients affected by the worm to abandon their usual cautious testing of patches "to do unscheduled downtime and urgent patching, which is ...
  • Severe weather outbreak to eye central US

    Severe weather outbreak to eye central US

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    Any rain from western Kansas should be falling apart through the night. "Severe thunderstorms will be possible for Tuesday into Tuesday night from portions of the southern Great Plains to the upper Mississippi Valley region, with the greatest severe weather risk extending from north-central Kansas and adjacent far southern Nebraska, southward through western Oklahoma and the eastern Texas Panhandle into western North Texas", the Storm Prediction Center in Norman said.
  • Parole board holding clemency hearing for death row inmate

    Parole board holding clemency hearing for death row inmate

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    In April, more than 20 years after the murder, his execution date was finally set for May 16, according to The Daily Citizen . Mississippi, Oklahoma and Utah are now the only states that offer execution by firing squad, but given the scarcity of lethal injection drugs, combined with increasing public concern over their usage, that may change.
  • No second spike in cyber attacks is 'encouraging': British minister

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    And it's why we've pledged our support for defending every customer everywhere in the face of cyberattacks, regardless of their nationality. "NCSC and NCA are working with Europol and other worldwide partners to make sure we all collect the right evidence, which we need to do to make sure we have the right material to find out who has done this and we go after them".
  • Cyber-attack threat escalating - Europol

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    The hack wasn't just limited to computer systems in the UK. But these worm attacks became harder to pull off as computer owners and software makers shored up their defenses. The US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (USCRT) under the Department of Homeland Security said it has received multiple reports of WannaCry ransomware infections in many countries around the world.
  • Body found in South Carolina amid search for a missing girl

    Body found in South Carolina amid search for a missing girl

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    Authorities said a body was found Sunday in Marlboro County; however, an autopsy is needed to make a positive identification. The autopsy will be completed at the Medical University of SC in Charleston. "That's a continuing priority for everyone that's been a part of this investigation". Jail records show Harrington was booked into the Mecklenburg County Jail at 12:47 a.m.
  • Trump to dive into Mideast conflict on first presidential trip

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    Palestinians, who want to see the city as capital of a future Palestinian state and oppose Israel's continued occupation of its eastern part, are against the idea. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas landed in New Delhi late Sunday for a three-day visit looking to strengthen ties with India ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's historic trip to Israel.
  • MS business recalls meat, poultry frozen products

    MS business recalls meat, poultry frozen products

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    This recalled food is listed under the following production dates: 10/14/2016 and a sell-by date of 10/14/2017. Despite the concern, there has not yet been any reports of adverse reactions to the products. The burritos are available in California, Illinois, Oregon and South Dakota. Listeria poisoning, or listeriosis, is a serious infection that causes symptoms including fever, muscle aches, diarrhea and other gastrointestinal problems.
  • Houthi rebels declare state of emergency over cholera outbreak

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    Yemen is experiencing a devastating war between the Iranian-backed Huthis and the Saudi-supported government and less than of the country's health facilities are involved with providing their services at the conflict for the two years. Cholera is a water-borne bacterial disease that is transmitted through contaminated food and water. Like the starvation that threatens Yemen, outbreaks of disease like this one in the capital are a product of a senseless war that the USA has been helping the ...
  • What you need to know about North Korea's missile test

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    The Korean Central News Agency said the missile traveled 490 miles and reached a maximum altitude of 1,311 miles on Sunday. President Donald Trump's administration has given mixed signals about its willingness to return to negotiations over North Korea's nuclear program.