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  • Drinkers overestimate how much alcohol changes their personality, study suggests

    Drinkers overestimate how much alcohol changes their personality, study suggests

    Psychologists largely categorize drunk personalities into four: the Hemingways with no apparent personality change regardless of alcohol intake; the Mary Poppins and their nicer drunk selves; the Mr. Specifically, subjects who had consumed alcohol were rated higher on three facets of extraversion: gregariousness, assertiveness, as well as levels of activity.

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  • More disruptions feared from cyber attack

    The U.K. National Health Service (NHS) was among the worst hit organisations, forcing hospitals to cancel appointments and delay operations as they could not access their patients' medical records. For many , the phrase "cyber security attack" invokes an image of hackers performing a hostile takeover of a yacht's navigation system. So far, not many people have paid the ransom demanded by the malware, Europol spokesman Jan Op Gen Oorth told The Associated Press.

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  • Cyber attack could spark lawsuits but not against Microsoft

    Some organizations around the world will likely wake up to computers infected by the ransomware, causing it to potentially spread even further. The ransomware locks up the computer with the group which carried out the attack asking for $300 payment in bitcoins to send an unlock key.

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  • Microsoft points finger at government agencies over ransomware cyber-attacks

    Microsoft points finger at government agencies over ransomware cyber-attacks

    Just one person in an organization who clicked on an infected attachment or bad link, would lead to all computers in a network becoming infected, said Vikram Thakur, technical director of Symantec Security Response. "Or we could potentially see copycats mimic the delivery or exploit method they used", he said. Citing the far-reaching potential impact on customers, Microsoft took the unusual step of offering a custom support security update for users with versions of Windows that are no ...

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  • As Erdogan visits Trump, much friction between US and Turkey

    As Erdogan visits Trump, much friction between US and Turkey

    In Turkey, opposition politicians and some media called on Erdogan to cancel his visit to the United States, increasing pressure on the Turkish president. "However, the highest level of discussions will be held between President Trump and me". But after Trump adopted the Pentagon's plan to continue arming the YPG, Erdogan might go home empty-handed.

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  • Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer trolls OH crowd, sings MI fight song

    Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer trolls OH crowd, sings MI fight song

    He was showered with boos from the crowd, but Smith kept on. If you can believe it, this isn't the first time Smith sang "The Victors" in Columbus. If you are a University of MI fan and were not already a fan of the Red Hot Chili Peppers , you are about to become one after watching the video that follows.

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  • Europol warns of further cyberattacks on Monday morning

    Europol warns of further cyberattacks on Monday morning

    A Jakarta hospital said on Sunday that the cyber virus had infected 400 computers, disrupting the registration of patients and finding records. Europol director Rob Wainwright told ITV's the attack was unique in that the ransomware was used in combination with "a worm functionality" so the infection spread automatically.

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  • Trump on Asking for Comey's Loyalty: 'I Didn't'

    Doing so, however, would have been as easy as Trump putting a smartphone in his pocket and using a recording application, John Dean, who served as former President Richard Nixon's White House Counsel, told The News. And while Trump praised chief of staff Reince Priebus after the House passed a health care bill last week, associates say the president has continued to raise occasional questions about Priebus' leadership in the West Wing.

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  • Hillary Clinton crea Onward Together, comité político para la resistencia contra Trump

    Hillary Clinton crea Onward Together, comité político para la resistencia contra Trump

    Los comités de acción política (PAC) pueden recaudar fondos anónimos sin límites para hacer campaña de manera independiente a favor de candidatos políticos o de políticas específicas, por lo que normalmente son utilizados por precandidatos para comenzar a financiar una futura campaña o apoyar de manera externa a un político, cuya campaña está sujeta a mayores controles.

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  • Fernando de la Mora engalanará Aniversario de Morelia

    Fernando de la Mora engalanará Aniversario de Morelia

    En rueda de prensa ofrecida este lunes, el presidente municipal indicó que a temprana hora se realizará la sesión solemne para entregar la Presea Morelos a la Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo (UMSNH), esto en el Jardín Morelos ("El Caballito").

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  • Chargers cut starting guard Franklin

    Chargers cut starting guard Franklin

    Franklin will likely be replaced by rookie Forrest Lamp , who was selected by LA in the second round of this year's National Football League draft. Boston also had a pick for the Panthers during the 2014 NFL Playoffs. After spending a couple of draft picks on interior offensive linemen, the Chargers have made a decision to let a much more pricy veteran at the position go.

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  • Health incident command team works to prevent measles spread

    Health incident command team works to prevent measles spread

    Health officials predicted that some cases of measles would crop up in the Le Sueur County. Measles is a highly contagious disease caused by a virus. "It's a reminder that, parents if you haven't gotten your kids vaccinated if you haven't followed up on that, you need to be thinking about this because this isn't staying in one community and it's not staying in one place", Ehresmann added.

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  • No second spike in cyber attacks is 'encouraging' - British minister

    The cyber attacks, using malicious software to hold workers hostage by freezing their computers, started on Friday and first wreaked havoc on some 47 NHS organisations before spreading to more than 100 countries across the world. Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangdong and Jiangxi province were most affected, a report released by 360 Threat Intelligence Center on Saturday said. "It is beyond anything we have seen before".

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  • Follow CERT-In instructions on WannaCry attack: RBI to banks

    On Monday, a report by news agency PTI said the government's cybersecurity arm, CERT-In, has alerted the RBI, stock exchanges BSE and NSE, and the National Payment Council of India (NPCI) to take appropriate steps against risks posed by the WannaCry virus that has hit nearly 100 countries.

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  • Heart Attack Risk Raised by Respiratory Infections

    Heart Attack Risk Raised by Respiratory Infections

    Patients were interviewed about their health before the heart attack, including if they had a recent "flu-like illness with fever and sore throat". New research suggests that a respiratory infection can be a trigger for heart attack . With a heart attack, every minute counts , so knowing the signs and being aware of the risks can make all the difference. Patients with upper respiratory tract infections - including the common cold, pharyngitis, rhinitis and sinusitis - were also ...

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  • Mary J. Blige to perform at Shea's in August

    Mary J. Blige to perform at Shea's in August

    See the full schedule for Mary J. Blige's tour here. Featuring production by DJ Camper, Bam, Hit-Boy, and KAYTRANADA, the new release also features collaborations with Quavo (of Migos), DJ Khaled , Missy Elliot and Kanye West who lends vocal support on the album's latest single " Love Yourself ".

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  • World Health Organization confirms second Ebola case in Congo outbreak

    World Health Organization confirms second Ebola case in Congo outbreak

    The visit follows notification by the DRC Government of an outbreak of Ebola virus disease in Likati health zone, Bas Uele Province, in the northern part of the country bordering Central African Republic. A team of experts is on its way to the area, and health workers will be supplied with protective equipment, WHO said. A 2007 outbreak of this strain in Congo had a fatality rate of 74 percent, claiming 200 lives.

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  • Freed Chibok Girls Meet President Buhari

    A group of 21 Chibok girls was freed in October, and they have been in government care in Abuja for medical attention, trauma counseling and rehabilitation. A military and a civilian militia source in Banki, near the border with Cameroon, said "at least 80" girls were brought to the town late afternoon Saturday and taken to military barracks.

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  • Trump to dive into Mideast conflict on first presidential trip

    A senior member of the US delegation for President Donald Trump's visit to Israel next week reportedly angered Israeli officials when he said the Western Wall was "part of the West Bank". Israel captured the Old City, along with the rest of east Jerusalem , in the 1967 Mideast war. The prolonged occupation has been widely condemned, with Israeli settlements considered illegal under the global law.

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  • Es alto el uso de internet en León

    Es alto el uso de internet en León

    Generalmente el uso de Internet está asociado al nivel de estudios; entre más estudios mayor uso de la red. Por su parte, la entidad potosina supera a estados como Zacatecas, donde sólo el 66.2 por ciento de la población total cuenta con teléfono celular; Puebla, donde el 65.5 por ciento de los habitantes tienen teléfono móvil; Guanajuato, donde el 64.7 por ciento de la población tiene acceso a esta tecnología; Veracruz, con 64.6 por ciento; Guerrero, con 58.7 por ciento; Chiapas con 58.1 ...

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  • Sunny, warm and breezy today; chance of showers

    Sunny, warm and breezy today; chance of showers

    Thursday: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1pm. Low: 68. Wind: S 15-20 miles per hour. Tuesday - Mostly sunny with a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1 p.m. Tonight: Clear and warm. Tuesday night - Showers and thunderstorms likely (70 percent), mainly before 1 a.m., with a low around 65 and south winds gusting as high as 25 miles per hour.

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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

    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

    '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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