Month: January 2015

9,000 US federal facilities vulnerable to cyber threats – govt reportMore News

9,000 US federal facilities vulnerable to cyber threats – govt report

The US Department of Homeland Security has no coordinated technique to counter cyber-attacks concentrating on primary digital programs in authorities
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish paper edits Merkel out of Paris marchMore News

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish paper edits Merkel out of Paris march

A conservative Jewish newspaper edited an image of world leaders rallying in anti-extremism solidarity in Paris final week, manipulating feminine
CDC: Heroin-linked deaths jumped by 39 percent in one yearFood & Health News

CDC: Heroin-linked deaths jumped by 39 percent in one year

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that 2,000 extra folks died from heroin-related deaths in 2013 than
Woman dies in Washington DC metro smoke incidentRandom News

Woman dies in Washington DC metro smoke incident

A girl has died and two others stay in crucial situation after an incident at L’Enfant Plaza metro station in
South Carolina lawmaker wants mandatory NRA gun classes in schoolsMore News

South Carolina lawmaker wants mandatory NRA gun classes in schools

Students in South Carolina might quickly be finding out materials endorsed by the National Rifle Association (NRA), if a state
NYPD Slow Down is Saving Citizens $10 Million a Week in Parking FinesRandom News

NYPD Slow Down is Saving Citizens $10 Million a Week in Parking Fines

A brand new report, by the Citizens Budget Commission, displaying the decline in site visitors tickets in NYC, is being
Charlie Hebdo Police Investigator Commits SuicideFeatured News

Charlie Hebdo Police Investigator Commits Suicide

A police commissioner from Limoges, France, Helric Fredou, aged 45 (picture, beneath), turned up lifeless from a gun shot to
Obama’s free community college plan has $60 billion price tagMore News

Obama’s free community college plan has $60 billion price tag

President Barack Obama proposed providing two years of community college free of cost to Americans “willing to work for it,”
US issues travel alert following France attacksTerrorism

US issues travel alert following France attacks

In the wake of current attacks in France, Australia, and Canada, the United States has issued a worldwide travel alert.Issued
Intel agencies warn terrorists may hijack Air India flightInteresting News

Intel agencies warn terrorists may hijack Air India flight

After receiving an nameless tipoff, Indian intelligence agencies have warned the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) that terrorists may
Gigabyte gourmet: AI robot learns to cook just by watching YouTubeScience & Space

Gigabyte gourmet: AI robot learns to cook just by watching YouTube

A workforce of American and Australian researchers declare they’ve created algorithms that allow robots to study operational expertise by watching
Computer glitch prevents F-35 fighter jet from firing until 2019War News

Computer glitch prevents F-35 fighter jet from firing until 2019

The Pentagon’s fighter jet F-35 is probably not absolutely operational until 2019 attributable to a newly found pc glitch. The
FBI linguistic experts complain of extra scrutiny for having links abroadTerrorism

FBI linguistic experts complain of extra scrutiny for having links abroad

Hundreds of FBI employees who had been born abroad or have overseas ties are being subjected to extra inner surveillance,
AirAsia plane engine cuts out minutes before takeoff in IndonesiaMore News

AirAsia plane engine cuts out minutes before takeoff in Indonesia

In the most recent in a string of incidents, an engine of an AirAsia plane with 120 passengers onboard reduce
Senior Iranian council deems new tough hijab law unconstitutionalRandom News

Senior Iranian council deems new tough hijab law unconstitutional

Iran’s high legislative physique has turned down a new draft law aimed toward giving extra powers to Iranian police and
​White House announces sanctions against N. KoreaEconomy & Money

​White House announces sanctions against N. Korea

US President Barack Obama signed an govt order on Friday authorizing the imposition of recent sanctions against sure North Korean