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At first, technicians at multinational energy giant Schneider Electric thought they were looking at the everyday software used to manage equipment inside nuclear and petroleum plants around the world. They had no idea that the code carried the most dangerous industrial malware on the planet.
It happened in late 2015, right after Pastor Creflo Dollar begged his congregation (and everyone watching at home) to give him enough cash to buy a $65 million private jet.
Flu and colds are very common during the winter. The cold air and the changing temperature can cause the germs to spread and a lot of people might fall ill. Thus, they start having coughs, sniffing and sore throat as well.
A1. Was the current head of government or other chief national authority elected through free and fair elections? 3 / 4 (−1) The United States is a presidential republic, with the president serving as both head of state and head of government.
The Trump administration is considering a new “religious freedom” rule that would allow healthcare workers to refuse to treat LGBT patients. The move would also allow workers to deny care to a woman seeking an abortion or any other service they morally oppose.
The Trump administration is planning new protections for health workers who don't want to perform abortions, refuse to treat transgender patients based on their gender identity or provide other services for which they have moral objections.
Nine of the 12 members of the National Park System Advisory Board suddenly quit Monday, according to The Washington Post. The nine departing members wrote a letter to Zinke, saying they have “stood by waiting for the chance to meet and continue the partnership ... as prescribed by law.”
Calling someone a racist is the new McCarthyism. The charge is pernicious. The accuser doesn’t need to prove it. It simply hangs over the accused like a great human stain.
There are many reasons that the GOP tax overhaul will be unpopular. It increases the national debt by more than $1 trillion, while still raising taxes on millions of people.
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“Turning to renewables for new power generation is not simply an environmentally conscious decision, it is now overwhelmingly a smart economic one,” said Adnan Amin, who has the numbers to back it up.
The unexpected departure of a top ranked diplomat is shaking up an already unsteady diplomatic corps and raising questions about who will be next to leave.
In a series of tweets on Thursday night, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt cheered his agency’s year-long effort to stall or repeal numerous regulations, arguing that it will save the American public $300 million in regulatory costs.
WASHINGTON — Kentucky will be the first state to require many of its Medicaid recipients to work or face losing their benefits after the Trump administration approved its plan on Friday. Advocates for the poor threatened lawsuits, while Gov.
Iceland seems to be on its way to becoming an even more secular nation, according to a new poll. Less than half of Icelanders claim they are religious and more than 40% of young Icelanders identify as atheist.
When Nathalie Gumpertz arrived in New York in 1858, she was 22, single and ready to build a life in her new country.
Global warming’s worst-case projections look increasingly likely, according to a new study that tested the predictive power of climate models against observations of how the atmosphere is actually behaving.
Past researchers have found that people of lower cognitive ability are more likely to be prejudiced, but prejudice isn't exclusive to dim bulbs.
A national chain of dental clinics founded to provide services to underserved communities and its management company have agreed to a $23.9 million settlement with the Justice Department for allegedly submitting false Medicaid claims for “medically unnecessary” procedures performed on children.
Seller financing offers more flexibility when buying a house than a bank loan does. Buyers whose credit rating isn't good enough for a professional lender might still strike a financing deal with the seller.
Taylor Wilson, nuclear physicist, U.S. government security consultant, entrepreneurAaron VanDevender, Principal & Chief Scientist, Founders FundLeslie Dewan, Founder & CEO, Transatomic PowerMichael Solana, VP, Founders Fund
The dust has still not settled from the paradigm-shifting impact of Big Data on the way we work, largely because technology continues to spiral upward at a staggering pace.
The net neutrality battle has been exhausting. It has come at enormous cost in time, energy, attention, and money.
In order to solve the most pressing problems now facing humanity, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.
Its name means “the land of high mountains” and it’s nicknamed “the Pearl of the Antilles” for its spectacular landscape.
For computer security professionals, 2018 started with a bang.
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You've seen it happen dozens if not hundreds of times. You post an opinion, or a complaint, or a link to an article on Facebook. Somebody adds a comment, disagreeing (or agreeing) with whatever you posted. Someone else posts another comment disagreeing with the first commenter, or with you, or both.
A girl named Alice chases a clothed white rabbit that that runs past her while hurriedly consulting a pocket watch.
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It’s the height of summer in Cape Town, and the southwesternmost region of South Africa is gripped by a catastrophic water shortage.
An alarming new investigation has revealed that over half of the drinking water in the US contains radioactive elements. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) have found that a good portion of the drinking water in all 50 states contains radioactive elements that may increase one's risk of cancer.
Nine months after pipeline opponents in Washington state staged a protest that blocked freeway traffic, Facebook ended a protracted legal standoff with a county prosecutor, turning over detailed records on the indigenous-led group behind the demonstration.
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After Walmart’s flashy announcement of bonuses of up to $1,000 for some of its workers, the real story played out quietly. On Wednesday, as news of the bonus announcement was lauded by Trump and Fox News, Walmart abruptly closed down 63 Sam’s Clubs stores.
One of the great debates in American politics and economics in 2018 is likely to be how to help the country's forgotten towns, the former coal-mining and manufacturing hubs with quaint Main Streets that haven't changed much since the 1950s and '60s.
As a clinical geneticist, Paul James is accustomed to discussing some of the most delicate issues with his patients. But in early 2010, he found himself having a particularly awkward conversation about sex.
There is a freedom in driving a car for a long time after it’s been paid off. But not every vehicle can go the distance. If you’re the type to keep your car for a long time, have a look at this survey breaking down the most popular models that owners tend to keep for 15 years.
The ability to communicate a message, sell an idea, or paint a vision is a critical skill for anyone who wants to have an impact on the world. And even in the age of emojis, animated GIFs, and Snapchat filters, public speaking is still the most effective way to move, persuade, and inspire.
In 2016, the highest-paid employee of the State of California was Jim Mora, the head coach of U.C.L.A.’s football team. (He has since been fired.) That year, Mora pulled in $3.58 million. Coming in second, with a salary of $2.
Mother Nature loves us. Which is why she gave us hot springs. These pools of naturally-heated water occur thanks to subterranean volcanic activity. But you don’t have to think about all that science stuff.
Hiking on New Zealand's North Island. Here’s how a slinky stop works. You lag behind the crew, all heavy legs and labored breaths. Then—sweet relief!—your hiking partners halt to nosh trail mix and gulp water.
It sounds crude. But a welfare experiment from 100 years ago offers a dramatic lesson in what really helps poor children. It might sound like a commonplace, but if we want American adults to be healthier in the future, we should invest in children today.
The city of Bowling Green draws 41 percent of total power usage from sustainable energy sources, providing a home to Ohio’s largest solar field and the state’s first utility-sized wind farm. The solar field and wind farm collectively produce approximately 27.
It really wasn’t all that surprising that President Donald Trump last week seriously suggested that the GOP go back to using the previously-abandoned-and-much-disparaged-by-conservatives earmarks in legislation.
To read an annotated version of this article, complete with interviews with scientists and links to further reading, click here. Peering beyond scientific reticence.
When David Letterman left the Late Show in 2015, it felt like a generational changing of the guard.
It’s unfortunately just one more of the obnoxious, racist, and altogether absurd statements we’ve come to expect from President Donald Trump. If the president were to venture beyond the manicured lawns of Mar-a-Lago or the White House, he might see that the U.S.
Can we, as adults, grow new neurons? Neuroscientist Sandrine Thuret says that we can, and she offers research and practical advice on how we can help our brains better perform neurogenesis—improving mood, increasing memory formation and preventing the decline associated with aging along the way.
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