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Why Windows hack is being blamed on Russia-linked group

Microsoft says a notorious group of hackers are exploiting a flaw in its Windows operating system.
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Mayor nominates 2 more JPS board members

The Jackson City Council will hold confirmation hearings for two more JPS school board members Tuesday.              
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Pentagon security fail left massive trove of data on Amazon server - reports

A cybersecurity expert with a track record in exposing data breaches has revealed that the US Defense Department left a massive data collection on an Amazon cloud server, which could ha
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Keep fighting the good fight’: Marine veteran’s letter of support for RT America

US government’s demand that RT America register as a foreign agent was greeted by loud silence from human rights watchdogs and press freedom groups. Former US Marine captain Matthew H
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‘Any Russians?’: Sessions cracks up room with Russia investigation jokes

Attorney General Jeff Sessions lampooned the Russia investigation, asking if “Ambassador Kisylak” was among the chuckling crowd at a Federalist Society convention at the Mayflower H
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Soros and his ‘226 EU friends’ thrust into spotlight by Farage – so who are they?

Picking up the anti-Soros torch from Hungarian leader Viktor Orban, UK politician Nigel Farage is seeking to investigate fellow EU MEPs who support the controversial vision of the wealt
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Ohio politician boasts about sexual escapades amid ‘national feeding frenzy’

A Democrat running for governorship of Ohio is in hot water after revealing identifying details of his sexual conquests in a Facebook post. The politician said he was sexually intimate
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Popular Finance

The FDA closes a huge loophole used by bogus stem-cell clinics, but delays serious enforcement for 3 years

There was good news and bad news in the regulatory initiative the Food and Drug Administration rolled out on Thursday, aimed partially at clinics marketing unproven stem-cell therapies directly to
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Motorcycles bulking up again at Progressive IMS in Long Beach

Motorcycle sales are flat or falling in almost every segment in almost every North American market. So motorcycle companies, flailing to remain profitable and retain market share, have been trendi
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Secret motorcycle industry panel looks for ways to reverse sagging sales

Hours before the 2017 Progressive International Motorcycle Show opened its doors at the Long Beach Convention Center, a secret cabal of industry veterans was meeting privately to discuss troubled
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'Bodied,' 'The Insult' and 'What Will People Say' pick up audience prizes at AFI Fest

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Today in Entertainment: C.B. Cebulski named new Marvel editor-in-chief; U2 and Kendrick Lamar collaborate on new song 'American Soul'

Rose McGowan surrendered Tuesday to law enforcement in Virginia in response to a warrant for her arrest on a drug-possession charge stemming from a January incident at Dulles International Airpor
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For moderate Republicans in upscale Alabama suburbs, Roy Moore presents a conundrum

Roy Moore, the 70-year-old former chief judge in Alabama, was not Ellen Tipton’s ideal candidate for the U.S. Senate. Yet the longtime Republican and Trump supporter had reconciled herself to vo
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Retailer stocks rise again, but tech leads other stocks lower

Retailers and smaller U.S. companies jumped again Friday as they continued to report strong third-quarter results, but technology companies and other big U.S. corporations couldn't add to Thursday
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Calendar Letters: A ‘Murder’ most fine

Regarding “‘Murder on the Orient Express’ Fine Actor, So-So as Director” [Nov. 10]: I liked the movie more than the reviewer did. I especially loved the philosophical ending and the destab
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$6,000 gym shoes designed by Pharrell Williams stolen in Irvine

Police Friday asked for the public's help in tracking down two suspects who robbed an Irvine resident of a pair of gym shoes designed by singer Pharrell Williams that are worth at least $6,000. Th
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