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  • OH boy, 9, dies of cocaine overdose

    OH boy, 9, dies of cocaine overdose

    The boy died at his mother's home on Midland Avenue. Police say it took five months to get the startling evidence they needed to move forward with the case. The coroner also determined that the child ingested the cocaine orally, since traces of the drug were found in the boy's stomach. "I was angry. I was angry".

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  • General election 2017: Labour pledges extra £37bn investment in NHS

    To tackle bed blocking, Labour will develop a new target for delayed discharge of patients, ensuring 80% of patients are released from hospital with an appropriate care package within a week of being deemed ready to go home. Janet Davies, the college's chief executive and general secretary, urged party leaders to "put patients before politics by committing to the hard cash and staff the NHS needs".

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  • '13 Reasons Why' Season 2 Could Have Been A Totally New Story

    '13 Reasons Why' Season 2 Could Have Been A Totally New Story

    Selena Gomez, a producer of controversial the teen show, has posted a teaser for the follow up season. The show also fails to address mental illness, though it delves into cyber bullying, slut shaming, alcohol abuse and drunk driving. "13 Reasons Why" took the internet by storm when it was released on Netflix in March, and fans clamored for a second season soon after. Anthology shows are very popular right now.

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  • Cyber attack 'wake-up call for governments — Microsoft chief

    But this in no way means that Apple users are not vulnerable to such cyber-attacks. "The number of infected computers has not increased as expected, which is a success", European law enforcement agency Europol said Monday. Past year an acute-care hospital in Hollywood paid $17,000 in bitcoin to an extortionist who hijacked its computer systems and forced doctors and staff to revert to pen and paper for record-keeping.

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  • Family says 2 adults, 5 children died in fire

    Family says 2 adults, 5 children died in fire

    Relatives identified the victims as 35-year-old Dennis Huggins, 38-year-old Angela Boggs, 14-year-old Jered Boggs, 6-year-old Daisia Huggins, 5-year-old Kyle Huggins, 3-year-old Alivia Huggins and 11-month-old Cameron Huggins. Chief Clarence Tucker said outside the home in Akron, 30 miles (48 kilometers) south of Cleveland, that investigators couldn't determine Monday whether there were working smoke detectors in the home.

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  • 'WannaCry' ransomware attack: What we know so far

    Called "WannaCry", the fast-spreading malware is the first ever detected to combine both a worm - which enables it to burrow into an entire network from a single infected computer - and a ransomware , demanding $300 (275 euros) in the virtual currency Bitcoin to unlock systems.

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  • Senate moderates hold bipartisan health care talks

    Senate moderates hold bipartisan health care talks

    The plan being pushed by lawmakers such as Mike Lee (R., Utah) is likely to face resistance from centrist GOP senators who are already concerned a health-overhaul bill passed by House Republicans would leave too many people uninsured. Middle-income 40-year-olds, for example, would see their premiums tumble to $770 under the Republican plan, about a fifth of what they would pay under Obamacare.

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  • Nurses to stage 'summer of protests' over pay

    Nurses to stage 'summer of protests' over pay

    The RCN's members were asked to vote to express their "appetite for industrial action", with 91 per cent of those who voted saying they'd take action that stopped short of striking, and 78 per cent of the 52,000 voters saying they'd definitely be up for a full future strike.

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  • Microsoft says WannaCry ransomware cyberattack should be wake up call for governments

    He argued there should be "a new requirement for governments to report vulnerabilities to vendors, rather than stockpile, sell, or exploit them". Experts say the spread of the virus had been stymied by a security researcher in the United Kingdom hackers have issued new versions of the virus that cyber security organizations are actively trying to counter and stamp out.

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  • Cyber attack: 'Some Maharashtra institutions, police dept partly hit by ransomware'

    Cyber attack: 'Some Maharashtra institutions, police dept partly hit by ransomware'

    Extortionists tricked victims into opening malicious malware attachments to spam emails that appeared to contain invoices, job offers, security warnings and other legitimate files. "This is one of the largest global ransomware attacks the cyber community has ever seen", said Rich Barger, director of threat research with Splunk, one of the firms that linked WannaCry to the NSA.

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  • WannaCry cyber attack 'accidental hero' fears for his safety

    Smith's third point is to denounce the "emerging pattern" of global governments stockpiling viruses such as WannaCry , only to have them leak into the public domain and be used in widespread attacks. Appearing on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show yesterday, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon defended the government's decision not to fund updates for NHS computers, "appearing to deflect criticism on the health trusts themselves for the fact crucial files were left open for hackers to exploit", says ...

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  • Ciberataque masivo

    Ciberataque masivo "WannaCry" llega a México

    El incidente adquirió una dimensión más dramática cuando el Servicio Nacional de Salud de Reino Unido (NHS) anunció que al menos 16 de sus hospitales estaban viendo sus equipos informáticos inutilizados por el mismo virus. De esta forma, se puede infectar el resto de equipos de la empresa. Avast indicó que el virus , denominado " WannaCry " o WanaCrypt0r 2.0, ha afectado también a hospitales e instituciones de salud en el Reino Unido , a empresas de España como la de ...

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  • Nearly 100 countries hit by massive cyberattack

    Nearly 100 countries hit by massive cyberattack

    On Sunday, Microsoft's legal officer blamed governments for accumulating software defects and not warning companies about them. Gazeley added that several major companies in Asia had been hit by the ransomware, but "the last thing they want to do is come out in public and admit it".

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  • Worldwide ransomware attacks: What we know

    This is already believed to be the biggest online extortion attack ever recorded, disrupting services in nations as diverse as the U.S., Russia, Ukraine, Brazil, Spain and India. "There's nothing you can do but pay once you're hit", Camacho said in an interview. "It's like after a robber enters your home". Users are then asked to pay the attackers a "ransom" to regain control, but Mr MacGibbon said businesses were better off relying on their backups if they have them.

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  • EU Antitrust Watchdog Probes Aspen's Cancer Med Pricing

    EU Antitrust Watchdog Probes Aspen's Cancer Med Pricing

    The investigation comes a month after The Times of London reported that Aspen staffers discussed destroying supplies of the five cancer medicines as part of a plan to raise the price of the treatments by up to 4000%-with the company imposing triple-digit price increases.

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  • Californians urged to remove standing water to reduce mosquitoes

    Californians urged to remove standing water to reduce mosquitoes

    Smith. She said a species of mosquito found in northern and central Queensland was known to spread the disease and travellers returning from overseas, who had been infected with Zika, could infect local mosquitoes and cause an outbreak. In 2016 and during the drought years, the incidents of West Nile virus climbed because birds were more concentrated in fewer areas containing water.

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  • La U y Colo Colo definirán el sábado al campeón del Clausura

    Los azules golearon a O'Higgins y aprovecharon el tropiezo de los albos para quedarse con el liderato exclusivo del certamen, algo que no alcanzaban hace 75 fechas, cuando fueron campeones de la mano de Martín Lasarte. En Universidad de Chile siguen celebrando luego de arrebatarle de las manos el título que Colo Colo esperaba festejar este domingo y quedar a sólo una victoria de alzar su copa número 18 de la historia, en un apasionante final de Torneo de Clausura.

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  • Tulipe permitirá acampar en Día de los Museos

    Según informó hoy en un comunicado de prensa el ICP, las actividades arrancarán el 17 en el Museo Porta Coeli de San Germán (oeste), donde Joanie Rodríguez ofrecerá un taller sobre la confección de carteras con revistas recicladas. El Día de los Museos es un evento internacional fundado en 1977, actualmente lo festejan 145 países con unos 35. En el Museo Regional de Querétaro tendrán la conferencia "Los últimos días del Imperio", la exposición conmemorativa del 150 aniversario del Triunfo de ...

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  • Meet the young man who stopped the biggest-ever cyber attack

    At least one Australian business has fallen victim to the attack and there are investigations into two other reports, the federal government says. UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd said on Saturday that the problem was largely resolved but that "there's always more" that could be done to protect against computer viruses.

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  • Chance for severe thunderstorms this afternoon into tonight

    Chance for severe thunderstorms this afternoon into tonight

    The rest of MI is in the General (not severe - in light green) Thunderstorm Outlook Area. Storm chances increase Tuesday afternoon from west to east. The winds will continue to be gusty from the south right into Tuesday . This appears to be a classic severe weather set-up with a surface low pressure in southwest Kansas, a dryline extending south of it and lots of wind shear, instability and moisture to go with it.

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  • Actividad económica brasileña creció 1.12% en primer trimestre tras recesión

    Actividad económica brasileña creció 1.12% en primer trimestre tras recesión

    La economía brasileña se retrajo un 3,8 % en 2015, su peor resultado en 25 años, y un 3,6 % en 2016, con lo que completó dos años seguidos de crecimiento negativo, algo que no ocurría desde la década de 1930. La semana pasada la inflación se estimaba en 4,01% en 2017 y hace un mes en el 4,06%. Además de prever una recuperación económica tras dos años de recesión, los economistas proyectan para 2018 un crecimiento consolidado del 2,50 %.

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  • Cyber attack: Ransomware and all you need to know about its dangers

    Europol Director Rob Wainwright told ITV's Peston on Sunday programme the attack was unique in that the ransomware was used in combination with "a worm functionality" so the infection spread automatically. More than 100 countries were hit by the cyberattacks, and among those affected were computer networks at hospitals in Britain, Russia's interior ministry , the Spanish telecom giant Telefonica and the U.S.

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  • Oklahoma officer says she recalled training as she shot man

    According to the affidavit, Shelby asked Crutcher if the vehicle was his and if it was disabled. Shelby testified Monday that she shot Crutcher when she saw him reach into his stalled SUV through a partially open window. Shelby's testimony later turned towards her police training and the day she shot Crutcher. Betty Shelby leaves the courtroom following testimony in her trial.

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  • Microsoft says cyberattack should be wake up call for governments

    The head of the European Union's law enforcement agency Europol, speaking on British TV on Sunday, said Friday's attack was " unprecedented " in its reach, with more than 200,000 victims in at least 150 countries . Scotland Yard has 10,000 computers using the outdated Windows XP system, which cyber criminals exploited, leaving thousands with cancelled operations or appointments.

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