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Plainfield: Happy Mother's Day


Mother's Day in reality is those precious first shoes, that you still keep, that your first born wore when leaving the hospital and coming home. Share: Happy Mothers Day Quotes. Don't get down even though many will treat this day just like any other day! That can start to feel like a chore, which is exactly the opposite of what you want to achieve. Read More »

Jilted Indian lover rapes, kills ex-girlfriend


The woman, who was a divorcee, was kidnapped by her jilted lover from Sonipat on May 9 and taken to Rohtak in a auto. "If these culprits are not given strict punishments then they will roam around with confident committing the heinous crime", she asserted. Read More »

Log in, look out: Cyber chaos spreads with workweek's start


While India has been spared so far, experts warn the country is at particular risk because of the large number of XP systems still in use, including in government offices. The ransomware took advantage of a flaw in Microsoft's Windows operating system. FILE - This April 12, 2016 file photo shows the Microsoft logo in Issy-les-Moulineaux, outside Paris, France. Read More »

New cyber chaos appears to have been avoided: Europol

The WannaCry onslaught, first detected Friday and the biggest ever of its kind, is known to have infected some 200,000 computers in 150 countries around the world thus far. It is the largest ransomware attack observed in history. This is true at the national level as well as amongst businesses. Smith also called cyberattack protection a "shared responsibility" between companies and customers. Read More »

As Erdogan visits Trump, much friction between US and Turkey

Despite Turkey's claims that "the war on terror" should include the fight against the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and the YPG, none of the worldwide actors recognize the YPG as a terrorist organization. "We do not want any other forces to participate with us". The Turks, he said, "have not given up" on getting Trump to reverse course . Erdogan is likely to vent his frustration to President Donald Trump when the two leaders meet this week at the White House. Read More »

Our polarized media environment, in one New York Times reporter's Facebook post

Spicer's last public appearance on Tuesday night took place outside the White House. Spicer got his wish and was soon standing in near darkness between two tall hedges, with more than a dozen reporters closely gathered around him. "In fact", Mr. Trump continued, "when I chose to just do it, I said to myself, I said, 'You know, this Russian thing with Trump and Russia is made-up story.' It is an excuse by the Democrats for having an election that they should have won'". Read More »

Liberals eke out win as minority government

A majority is 44 seats in the 87-seat legislature. Christy Clark's Liberals win minority government in B.C. But it's not a done deal, with a recount certain in at least one Vancouver Island riding that could still flip to the Liberals, handing them a majority. Read More »

Our hard work has already made this season a success, says Jose

Mourinho shrugged off any disappointment surrounding a probable sixth-place finish for his EFL Cup winners - United have not finished lower since David Moyes' shambolic tenure in the 2013-14 season. Spain's De Gea , 26, played three games during the group stages but Romero, 30, has started each Europa League tie since the last-32 stage. But that was about as good as it got for United, and was certainly not ample enough reward for the 1,600 or so away supporters who had made the long trip to ... Read More »

China's Xi outlines plans for wide cooperation in trade plan

Rejecting India's concerns, the Ministry said, "Regarding the issue of Kashmir which the Indian side is concerned about, we have been stressing that the issue was left over from history between India and Pakistan, and should be properly addressed by the two sides through consultation and negotiation". Read More »

Cyber attack hits 200000 in at least 150 countries -Europol

The scale of the attack is not yet clear. "The software has actually stopped spreading across the world", he told CNN. The researcher, who uses the pseudonym "MalwareTech" for personal security, registered a domain name buried in the code of the attack and was surprised to discover that it was the kill switch that sent a signal to stop the attacks. Read More »

Tillerson: Trump weighs embassy move impact on Mideast peace


Israel's ambulance service Magen David Adom said the police officer was not severely wounded. Local media sources, meanwhile, identified the Jordanian citizen as Mohammed Abdullah al-Kasaji. The Palestinians want East Jerusalem as the capital of any future Palestinian state. Meanwhile, a senior Palestinian official hinted that the Palestinan Authority's years-long insistence that peace talks be preceded by a halt to Israeli housing construction in Yehudah and Shomron might be waived to ... Read More »

Trump threatens Comey: 'Better hope' there are no tapes of our conversations


He warned Comey last week against talking to the media, saying he had "better hope there are no tapes" of their conversations. The New York Times has since reported that the president asked Mr. "I think there are a lot of Democrats who feel that way", Schumer said on CNN's State of the Union . His allegiance appears to remain with Comey; in fact, McCabe in congressional testimony Thursday directly contradicted a White House claim that "the rank and file of the Federal Bureau of ... Read More »

B.C. kids vote Green party the official opposition to NDP majority

That includes the Courtenay-Comox riding, which was won by NDP candidate Ronna-Rae Leonard by an astonishing nine votes. It comes on the heels of a cliffhanger election that left the province with a minority parliament, and the Liberals apparently in the driver's seat holding 43 seats to the NDP's 41. Read More »

Malware fight is not over, warns Europol


There are different variants of what happens: Other forms of ransomware execute programs that can lock your computer entirely, only showing a message to make payment in order to log in again. In Brazil, the social security system had to disconnect its computers and cancel public access. Several hospitals in London and other parts of England and Scotland were affected and some reportedly halted surgeries amid fears the lives of patients were at risk. Read More »

Kapil Mishra on hunger strike, demands details of foreign tours'


Meanwhile, confirming Mishra's complaints against Delhi Government functionaries, the CBI said that the complaints will be "examined and verified". Mishra, on the third day of his "indefinite fast", penned another letter to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, alleging that the attacker Ankit Bhardwaj was attached with the mohalla clinics project under Health Minister Satyendar Jain. Read More »

Trump threatens to cancel briefings; Spicer back at podium

Federal law allows the secret recording of conversations so long at least one person in the conversation is aware of the recording. "First of all, you have a level of hostility that's incredible and it's very unfair", he said . He'd done that with Virginia's budget as governor, pulling off the seemingly impossible: breaking a promise not to raise taxes, getting Republicans to go along with it - and briefly entering presidential orbit as a model of bipartisanship. Read More »

Microsoft says WannaCrypt attack a wake-up call


The Microsoft President also added: "The governments of the world should treat this attack as a wake-up call". The UK's National Cyber Security Centre, the organisation tasked with keeping the UK's critical infrastructure safe from cyber attacks, warned that a second wave of WannaCrypt attacks could emerge as organisations return to work today. Read More »

Overblown claim on new China trade deal


In a Friday press briefing , White House press secretary Sean Spicer addressed some of the provisions of the trade agreement. In truth, the trade wins build on market openings already under way. -China relations. Sure, the current level of comity between Beijing and Washington may have come at the cost of blatant corruption (congratulations to Ivanka on those trademarks). Read More »

Moms in need get to celebrate Mother's Day


As people around the world are getting ready to celebrate Mother's Day in their own special way, I started thinking about the three possible categories of children. It is nearly a sacred time when we remember with deep appreciation all the sacrifices our moms have made for us through the years - including all the prayers said on our behalf. Read More »

Cyberattack toll rises to 200000 victims in 150 countries - Europol


He says if a new variant without a so-called kill switch pops up, then organizations will be on their own to prevent it from taking over their computers. A "range" of Windows operation systems are used by the NHS in Scotland and Ms Sturgeon said there is regular investment in cyber security. The cyberattack that spread malicious software around the world, shutting down networks at hospitals, banks and government agencies, was stemmed by a young British researcher and an low-cost domain ... Read More »

Microsoft Unveils New Surface Laptop, Windows 10 S Aimed at Students

Then again the Windows Store has gotten better since, and Microsoft is specifically aiming this at managed environments like the education market, where Chrome OS is thriving with similar limitations. It is available to preorder today starting at $999 for the i5 version, which comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB SSD. While that ensures improved security because there won't be any rogue installers bringing malware to your machines, it also limits your ability to use what you want to on your ... Read More »

Ransomware cyber-attack a wake-up call - Microsoft warns

So far the massive cyber attack has hit 200,000 people in at least 150 countries including an Australian business. Generally a popup will appear if there is an update available but you can also force the computer to check for updates. Grafi said his firm has been contacted by companies that are scrambling to avoid potential pitfalls. Wigan Infirmary's IT system was wiped out by a computer virus for more than 12 hours on Friday with dozens of health trusts across the country also affected. Read More »

Final Push on Syria's Raqa in Early Summer


The Syrian Democratic Forces scored one of their biggest victories against IS jihadists as controversy intensified over a U.S. decision to arm the alliance's Kurdish component. Erdogan welcomed Trump's election victory last November and said he hoped it would lead to "beneficial steps" in the Middle East. American military commanders insist that the weapons will be carefully monitored, and the YPG in any case, denies that it is linked to the PKK. Read More »

Ransomware cyber-attack a wake-up call

It is not clear how fast it is now spreading, though it has the attention of multiple government agencies. European policing and security agencies said the fallout from a ransomware attack that has already crippled more than 200,000 computers around the world could deepen as people return for another work week. Read More »

With You We Have Hope: Palestinian President Tells Trump

I'm committed to working with Israel and the Palestinians to reach an agreement. United States lawmakers have warned that Palestinian funding could be cut off unless Abbas halts PLO stipends to families of prisoners whom Israel considers terrorists but many Palestinians see as heroes. Read More »

Si Woo Kim Becomes Youngest Winner Of Players Championship

The top 10 automatically qualify, and at No. 28 in the world, he has a healthy advantage over the final qualifying spot. "I really wish we could have that benefit", Kim told reporters on Sunday. Standing on the range before we went out there was a good constant 25mph wind and on this course that's extremely hard to play. "He was hitting most of the fairways and just putting it in position, and to win this tournament, you have to do that". Read More »

Donald Trump, Rodrigo Duterte Get Chummy


Despite the friendly invite, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he may have to wash his hair on the day that he was asked to visit the White House. Reince Priebis recently stated that Donald Trump's invitation to the Philippines president is a true sign that the issues developing out of North Korea are serious and that Trump is reaching out and trying to make strong allies. Read More »

Syrian Kurdish forces to push on IS capital this summer


Ankara had vehemently opposed the deal, since the USA weapons would provide support to the Kurdish People's Protection Units, or YPG. The goal of those visits was "to pave the ground for fruitful discussions between the two presidents. Ankara considers the YPG an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which has waged an insurgency in Turkey's mainly Kurdish southeast for three decades and is designated a terrorist group by Turkey, the European Union and United States. Read More »

It's 2017, and Samsung is still launching flip phones


Note 7R will reportedly be available at nearly half the price of the original Note 7. But it was hinted that if the plan to sell refurbished models does go through, it will be in South Korea. Except for the battery , of course, which will be a slightly smaller one, and the operating system, which will be the latest version of Google's Android. Read More »

Cyber attack hit 200000 victims across 150 countries, says Europol chief

Europol's Wainwright underscored the point Sunday. "It's a massive reminder to sectors right across the world cyber security should be a topline strategic priority". Simply because many users and organizations are slow to catch up with security updates and practices. Huss shared the information with a British researcher, known as Malware Tech, who had unexpectedly stopped the malware's spread by registering a domain name. Read More »