Report Accuses Putin Of Interfering With US Election

by Thursday, December 15, 2016

Last October, US intelligence agencies pointed to Russia as responsible for hacking the emails of the Democratic Party. Today, NBC News reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin personally directed the leaks of the hacked material to disrupt the election. The main goals of the campaign are to embarrass the Democrats by giving the emails to WikiLeaks, ...

Yahoo Breached Again This Time By Biggest Hack Ever

by Thursday, December 15, 2016

Yahoo confirmed that it has discovered a breach of more than one billion user accounts dating back to August 2013. The internet giant is already reeling from a separate and distinct hack in 2014 affecting 500 million users which it disclosed on September. Yahoo said in a statement that an “unauthorized third party accessed the company’s ...

Donald Trump Reconciles With Silicon Valley Execs

by Thursday, December 15, 2016

Donald Trump and his advisers met with 13 prominent leaders of the technology industry at a high-profile summit in New York. The President-elect struck a conciliatory tone to the Silicon Valley executives which consisted largely of prominent opponents and offered to work with them. “This is a truly amazing group of people,” Trump praised his guests which ...

ISIS Threatens More Attack In Egypt

by Wednesday, December 14, 2016

ISIS has issued another terror threat in Egypt after owning up to the bombing of St. Mark’s Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Cairo on Sunday that killed 25 people. The notorious Islamic State, also called as ISIS or ISIL, vowed to further its “war on polytheism” in Egypt’s major cities. In a statement, the terrorist group said they ...

Thailand Set to Release 150,000 Prisoners

by Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Thailand is set to pardon 150,000 inmates including some those who insulted the monarch, according to the Royal Gazette on Tuesday. The commutation of prisoners’ sentences is one of first decision of the county’s new King Maha Vajiralongkorn. Vajiralongkorn succeeded his King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Dec. 1 after the latter died on Oct. 13 "This is the first ...

Study Finds Rise In Drug-Dependent Newborns In Rural America

by Wednesday, December 14, 2016

A new study finds an opioid epidemic sweeping through rural America over the last decade, with the number of delivering opiate-dependent women exploding in recent years. This leads to a dramatic increase of newborns with a drug dependence which they inherited from their addict mothers. Dr. Sean Loudin, medical director of a neonatal therapeutic unit at ...

Trump To Testify In Lawsuit Before He Becomes President

by Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Weeks before he is inaugurated president of the United States, Donald Trump will take a different oath and testify in a lawsuit tied to his Washington DC hotel. This latest deposition stems from his complaint with a restaurant group that was supposed to operate in his new hotel. Trump developed the old post office building into ...