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Martha The Neapolitan Mastiff Is Crowned 'World's Ugliest Dog'
Martha The Neapolitan Mastiff Is Crowned 'World's Ugliest Dog'Martha beat out 13 dogs at this year's Sonoma-Marin Fair in California.

Martin Shkreli Goes To Trial
Martin Shkreli Goes To Trial'The Most Hated Person' set to stand trial for security fraud.

Correction: Mom Arrest-Child Deaths story
Correction: Mom Arrest-Child Deaths storyWEATHERFORD, Texas (AP) — In a story June 23 about a woman charged in the deaths of her two children found inside a hot car, The Associated Press reported an incorrect age for her. She is 24, not 25.

Strong earthquake injures 2, knocks off roof tiles in Japan
Strong earthquake injures 2, knocks off roof tiles in JapanTOKYO (AP) — A strong earthquake shook residents Sunday in a mountainous region of central Japan, injuring at least two people and knocking roof tiles off homes.

Criminal gangs kill 11 in Mexico's Veracruz state
Criminal gangs kill 11 in Mexico's Veracruz stateEleven people were killed in Mexico's Veracruz state by criminal gangs on Saturday, including four children and the head of the state's federal police and two other federal police officers, Governor Miguel Angel Yunes said. Veracruz is home to rival drug cartels including the Zetas and Jalisco New Generation, or CJNG, which are fighting over drug trafficking turf. Armed gunmen shot and killed the three police officers, including the head of the federal police in Veracruz, Camilo Juan Castagne, at a restaurant in the city of Cardel.

How the CIA hacks computers that aren’t even connected to the internet
How the CIA hacks computers that aren’t even connected to the internet Air-gapped computers are supposed to be ultra-secure PCs that can’t be infected with malware that spreads with the help of the internet. That’s because of these computers, often connected to sensitive machines, aren’t also connected to the internet. You’d think these systems would be impenetrable by remote attacks and would require a hacker to be in the same room with the PC. But, unsurprisingly, the CIA developed tools that can infect air-gapped computers. Wikileaks on Thursday published more than 150 pages of materials that explain how the CIA used USB drives to sneak malware to the air-gapped machines. After all, even these computers need to exchange data, and the only way to do it is using USB drives or external hard drives. A platform called Brutal Kangaroo contains tools that can be used to target computer systems not connected to the internet, Ars Technica explains. Drifting Deadline is a tool installed on a computer of interest. When a USB drive is connected to it, the tool will infect it with malware that would then be passed to the air-gapped computer. These advanced malware versions would be able to infect air-gapped computer immediately after the USB drive is plugged in. Some of them required no user interaction and could be activated by default behaviors in Windows, such as Windows Explorer displaying icons, or the letter corresponding to the thumb drive that was just inserted. Microsoft said it patched some of these vulnerabilities, and they don’t work on any of the supported versions of Windows. The documentation says that the first infection — the deployment of Drifting Deadline — might need manual access to a computer, but Ars argues that intrepid hackers could find ways to deliver the malware to the computer that would be used to transmit it to a USB stick.

If Baghdadi is dead, next IS leader likely to be Saddam-era officer
If Baghdadi is dead, next IS leader likely to be Saddam-era officerBy Maher Chmaytelli BAGHDAD (Reuters) - If Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is confirmed dead, he is likely to be succeeded by one of his top two lieutenants, both of whom were Iraqi army officers under late dictator Saddam Hussein. Experts on Islamist groups see no clear successor but regard Iyad al-Obaidi and Ayad al-Jumaili as the leading contenders, though neither would be likely to assume Baghdadi's title of "caliph", or overall commander of Muslims. Russia's defense ministry said last week Baghdadi may have been killed in an air strike in Syria and Interfax news agency quoted a senior Russian parliamentarian on Friday as saying the likelihood that he had been killed was close to 100 percent.

Syria says Israel strike kills civilians
Syria says Israel strike kills civiliansIsrael said on Saturday it had targeted Syrian military installations after shells landed in the occupied Golan Heights but a Syrian military source said the Israeli strikes killed some civilians.  Rebels including hardline Islamist factions fought the Syrian army on Saturday in Quneitra province, bordering the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, Syrian state media and a war monitor reported.  Israel's military said 10 projectiles from inside Syria had hit the Golan and it responded with air strikes on the position they were launched from and on two Syrian army tanks, one as it was preparing to fire. Aerial video footage released by the Israeli military purporting to show the strikes showed a machine gun and two tanks targeted and hit.

CIA knew in August that Putin sought to boost Trump: report
CIA knew in August that Putin sought to boost Trump: reportThe CIA had top-level intelligence last August that Russian President Vladimir Putin personally ordered an operation to help Donald Trump win the US presidential race, the Washington Post reported on Friday. The intelligence shocked the White House and put US security chiefs on a top-secret crisis footing to figure out how to react. After Trump's shock victory, there were strong regrets among administration officials that they had shied from tough action.

How Democrats Gerrymandered Their Way to Victory in Maryland
How Democrats Gerrymandered Their Way to Victory in MarylandNew documents show how when given the opportunity, the Democratic Party was as ruthless as their GOP counterparts in trying to redistrict their rivals out of existence.

Dallas officer charged with aggravated assault for killing of 21-year-old woman
Dallas officer charged with aggravated assault for killing of 21-year-old womanMary Dawes (center), Genevive’s mother, becomes emotional during a news conference. A grand jury has indicted a Dallas police officer on a charge of aggravated assault for firing into a moving car and killing a 21-year-old woman. Christopher Hess, a 10-year veteran of the department, has been placed on administrative leave pending an internal affairs investigation into the death of Genevive Dawes, Dallas police said in a statement on Friday.

Milky Way nightscapes
Milky Way nightscapesThousands of glittering stars lighting up beautiful Indonesian and Malaysian nightscapes will take your breath away.

A Look at a New, Bold Experiment at UPenn for Organ Transplants
A Look at a New, Bold Experiment at UPenn for Organ TransplantsDoctors at the University of Pennsylvania treated 10 patients on the organ transplant waiting list with a Hepatitis C infected kidney. All 10 got the virus and were treated with one pill for 12 weeks. Today, all 10 are healthy with functioning kidney.

Lawyer: Race a factor in St. Louis cop being mistakenly shot
Lawyer: Race a factor in St. Louis cop being mistakenly shotAn off-duty black St. Louis police officer's race factored into him being mistakenly shot by a white officer who didn't recognize him after a shootout with black suspects this week, the wounded officer's lawyer contends.

This Super Common Beauty Product Could Be Linked to Breast Cancer
This Super Common Beauty Product Could Be Linked to Breast CancerA new study conducted by Rutgers School of Public Health found a connection between hair dye and relaxer usage and an increased chance of developing breast cancer. The results show that way these products affect you has a lot to do with your race. The study found that African-American women who used dark brown or black hair dyes saw a 51 percent increased risk of developing breast cancer. These products also led to a 72 percent increase specifically in estrogen-positive ...

 



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