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And on Wednesday, community businesses, organizations and enthusiasts will have booths and treat stations set up across Anchorage. "This is our way of inviting people, who live within manageable biking distance from downtown, to try biking to work", said John Bennett, executive director of the Savannah Bicycle Campaign.
  • NASA discovers mysterious light flashes all over Earth

    NASA discovers mysterious light flashes all over Earth

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    As per speculations made by researchers, these reflections could be due to ice particles, which prevail high in the atmosphere. Light reflected over water could be easy to explain as sunlight reflecting over a smooth part of a sea or lake.
  • WannaCry: The biggest ransomware outbreak in history. How it works?

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    In a blog post , Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer at Microsoft confirmed that the cyber criminals took advantage of hacking tool that was stolen from the U.S. The recent cyberattack targeted government, businesses and hospitals. WannaCry-infected computers notify victims with a menacing looking pop up that demands about $300 in bitcoins to restore the files.
  • James Comey memo could thrust Trump into a deeper legal quagmire

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    The White House issued a furious denial near the end of a tumultuous day spent beating back potentially disastrous news reports from dawn to dusk. Trump tweeted that he has "the absolute right " to share certain information with Russia but also didn't specifically say whether he spilled highly classified information to Russian officials.
  • 'SBI ATMs not affected by ransomware'

    'SBI ATMs not affected by ransomware'

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    With the breaking news last week of the WannaCry ransomware, governments and companies rushed to keep everything contained. Ahead of the attack, Microsoft released a security update that fixes the exploited flaw on now supported Windows operating systems.
  • Man-Made Radio Signals Have Created A Giant Bubble Around Earth

    Man-Made Radio Signals Have Created A Giant Bubble Around Earth

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    NASA said in a statement: "VLF transmissions may serve as a way to remove excess radiation from the near-Earth environment". Some tests created distortions in Earth's magnetic fields, and one even caused its own aurora. Scientists say the phenomenon is likely caused by the very low frequency (VLF) radio signals used to communicate with deep-ocean submarines, and could be affecting the way particles move through our near-space environment.
  • Saudi Arabia working to dazzle Trump in busy overseas visit

    Saudi Arabia working to dazzle Trump in busy overseas visit

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    On the line with me to discuss the strategic and political implications of this trip is Dave DesRoches, an associate professor at National Defense University. The concert is free, will also feature an Arabian lute player, but it's exclusive to men. The prince's foundation is hosting the forum where Trump is expected to deliver a speech to the Muslim world on Sunday.
  • Man sues woman for $17.31 movie ticket after bad date

    Man sues woman for $17.31 movie ticket after bad date

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    She said that she held her phone low, texted two or three times, and "wasn't bothering anybody". Leaving in her auto - in which they had driven in together on the date - Brandon was left stranded in the cinema. "While damages sought are modest, the principle is important as defendant's behaviour is a threat to civilised society", the petition said. Vezmar accepted her apology and said he will withdraw his suit.
  • What Do Analysts Suggest For Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)

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    It has by 0.00% the S&P500. Greenwood Capital Associates LLC lowered its stake in shares of Microsoft Co. Brighton Jones Llc increased its stake in Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ: MSFT ) by 499.37% based on its latest 2017Q1 regulatory filing with the SEC.
  • Tamil Nadu to introduce board exams for Class XI students

    Tamil Nadu to introduce board exams for Class XI students

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    TN 10th Class Results 2017: Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education has successfully conducted the SSLC or 10th examination in the state. It is expected that there will be marked improvement in the results of the students who appeared for the Tamil Nadu SSLC +2 Exam Results 2017.