• Four people missing after small plane disappears over Bermuda Triangle
Four people missing after small plane disappears over Bermuda Triangle

Mr Ulrich is the founder of Xootr , a kick scooter business. The New York resident is known for finding run-down, abandoned locations in and around the New York City area and using her expertise to transform what seems like dumps into handsome event spaces, flawless for meetings or parties.

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  • Tornados Hit Texas, Oklahoma And Wisconsin
Tornados Hit Texas, Oklahoma And Wisconsin

National Weather Service meteorologist Tom Hultquist said the storms covered so much ground and were so powerful because of a combination of factors, including the dry Texas air that fed them and strong winds in the Great Lakes area. According to data, an EF-2 tornado would have estimated wind gusts between 111 and 135 miles per hour. Authorities ...

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  • No second spike in cyber attacks is 'encouraging' - Jeremy Hunt
No second spike in cyber attacks is 'encouraging' - Jeremy Hunt

A statement by the York NHS trust said appointments today have been cancelled for X-ray bone scans at Scarborough hospital, as well as all outpatient appointments at Selby Hospital except for blood-taking and musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

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  • Alcohol doesn't change our personality as much as we blame it
Alcohol doesn't change our personality as much as we blame it

Onlookers watching drunk people suggest there's little difference between our "sober" and "drunk" personalities - even though we might feel dramatically different. To better understand this, the team ventured to find out how apparent alcohol-induced personality changes were to external observers. For example, according to Winograd in a statement...

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  • Yogi Adityanath govt hikes penalty on illegal mining by over 20%
Yogi Adityanath govt hikes penalty on illegal mining by over 20%

The question hour could start only after Speaker's assurance that discussion on law and order will be taken up later on. Congress joined the opposition with slogans - " Kanoon vyastha dhwasth hai , sarkar bucharkhane, teen talaq me vyast hai " (law and order is in a shambles as government is busy with slaughter houses and triple talaq).

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  • Microsoft criticizes governments, says WannaCry attack is a 'wake-up call'
Microsoft criticizes governments, says WannaCry attack is a 'wake-up call'

And the software is already inspiring imitators , as the Bleeping Computer site reports. Those words, however, are likely of little comfort to the hundreds of thousands of victims in 150 countries impacted by the WannaCry ransomware attack.

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  • North Korea link seen in ransomware
North Korea link seen in ransomware

Cyber security researchers around the world have said they have found evidence that could link North Korea with the WannaCry cyber attack. USA and European security officials told Reuters on condition of anonymity that it was too early to say who might be behind the attacks, but they did not rule out North Korea as a suspect.

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  • Mice Successfully Reproduce with 3-D Printed Ovaries
Mice Successfully Reproduce with 3-D Printed Ovaries

The 3D-printed ovary was created by an all-female medical and engineering research team at Northwestern University. Within the bodies of each mouse, explained Woodruff, the structure had become "a functionalized soft-organ transplant". "It will eventually decrease the cost of the production of these technologies because you're automating the pr...

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

The infection encrypts the records and blocks use of computer files. Infected computers appear to be largely out-of-date devices. In a snap election campaign which May has dominated so far, the debate over the cyber attack on the NHS forced her onto the defensive, although it was not immediately clear what impact, if any, it would have on h...

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  • Google to introduce a high-end VR headset at Google I/O?
Google to introduce a high-end VR headset at Google I/O?

The company used last year's Google I/O developer conference to unveil Daydream, its Android-based mobile VR platform makes use of high-end handsets to power games and experiences. The new headset will reportedly use on-board sensors that are created to eliminate the need to install external hardware. A Google spokesperson declined to comment.

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  • Taking abortion pill at home as safe as in a clinic
Taking abortion pill at home as safe as in a clinic

The data was gathered by an online organisation that issues abortion pills to women. Four weeks after the medication was sent, recipients were asked to fill out another survey in which they answered questions about whether or not they were still pregnant, if they received any surgical interventions (an abortion alternative for a later-stage p...

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  • 5 killed in NC crash that closed Interstate 95
5 killed in NC crash that closed Interstate 95

Lumberton, North Carolina- Reports of a multi-vehicle crash on I-95 near exit 10 in North Carolina has shut both directions down. According to the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the accident occurred around 1:04 p.m. Speaking by phone Tuesday afternoon, he said a hazmat team was on the scene helping clean up the site. The roadway sh...

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  • Rising Pune Supergiant make their first IPL final
Rising Pune Supergiant make their first IPL final

Resting key players in its last match was also not a factor in the loss, said Parthiv. "These kinds of things can happen in this format when someone like (Mahendra Singh) Dhoni is batting". None of the Mumbai batsmen, save Patel, fought it out and in the end, the task was too uphill even for the settled opener. Mumbai , a two-time champion, ...

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  • FedEx confirms it was hit by global malware attack
FedEx confirms it was hit by global malware attack

Russia's Interior Ministry and companies including Spain's Telefonica, FedEx Corp.in the USA and French carmaker Renault all reported troubles. He added that the government should work with tech companies to help avoid similar attacks in the future.

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  • SS Jabrill Peppers signs his participation agreement for rookie minicamp
SS Jabrill Peppers signs his participation agreement for rookie minicamp

It is disappointing for everyone involved. It's pretty unlikely Peppers would decide to pursue any legal action against Parr - she would have to willingly know what she said was false and/or have a purely malicious intent to prove what she said was libel.

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  • Election 2017: Tories promise to protect European Union migrants after Brexit
Election 2017: Tories promise to protect European Union migrants after Brexit

John added: "I'm afraid she can't be trusted to deliver Brexit, unless she offers a "cast iron" guarantee on the following: the United Kingdom will regain 100% control of (i) its fishing grounds, (ii) its law making, (iii) immigration, (iv) signing its own trade deals and (v) not paying an European Union divorce bill".

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  • Delhi gets light rain, min temp at 28.4 C
Delhi gets light rain, min temp at 28.4 C

Officials at the meteorological department said that the western disturbances are expected to trigger thunderstorms and dust storms. Humidity at 8.30 am was 52 per cent. Delhiites enjoy light rain in parts of the city. Monday's temperature recorded across the state has shattered past records set during the month of May, the Met official said.

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  • Healthy teen dies of heart problems after too much caffeine
Healthy teen dies of heart problems after too much caffeine

A teenage boy who died after drinking three caffeinated drinks in less than two hours had no pre-existing heart problems, a coroner has said. "Davis was a great kid, and being his parent was a great honor to Heidi [his mother] and me", he said.

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  • Australian Government
Australian Government "looking very closely" at laptop ban on worldwide flights

The ban, imposed by the Department of Homeland Security, is already expected to be expanded to flights from Europe to the us but now flights from Australia to the usa are being considered. John Kelly, the U.S. homeland security secretary, has hinted that Washington may extend the ban to cover flights destined for the United States from a number...

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  • Health insurance companies must remain healthy
Health insurance companies must remain healthy

Neither Perry nor Barletta's representatives have responded to multiple requests from The Sentinel for clarification as of press time. Finally, the conservatives say, we've eliminated Obamacare. In 2008, the GAO reported that they enrolled about 200,000 people who paid premiums covering 54 percent of their $1.9 billion in claims in 2008. Pr...

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  • Extending Oil Output Cuts Will Stabilise Prices, Says Putin
Extending Oil Output Cuts Will Stabilise Prices, Says Putin

Energy ministers from both Saudi Arabia and Russian Federation met today, to discuss the possibility of extended supply cuts from two of the world's largest oil suppliers. The ministers pledged "to do whatever it takes" to reduce global inventories to their five-year average and expressed optimism they will secure support from producers beyond th...

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  • Coroner: Killer Brady's ashes mustn't be scattered on moor
Coroner: Killer Brady's ashes mustn't be scattered on moor

The body of the fifth victim, 12-year-old Keith Bennett, was never found - and Brady took the location with him to the grave. Fifty years on, one of the victims, Keith Bennett, has still never been found - despite the belief that Brady knew the location and buried him on the Moors, where he buried three others.

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  • No budget deal in sight with a week to go at Legislature
No budget deal in sight with a week to go at Legislature

Just a week to go until the end of the Minnesota legislative session, and yet there's still no agreement on a budget to fund state government. All told, Dayton offered to cut his spending requests by more than $624 million, with unspecified reductions to state agencies, jobs and economic development programs and funding for courts and public safety...

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  • Cyber attack 'could come back this morning' as people return to work
Cyber attack 'could come back this morning' as people return to work

The problem was then isolated, before work was undertaken to cleanse and fix it from a malicious programme known as ransomware . In a statement on behalf of several Yorkshire CCGs, NHS England said the majority of GP practices are as usual today, but that some are "still bringing their IT and clinical systems back online" following the attack....

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  • Reasons Why's Katherine Langford defends show on Jimmy Fallon
Reasons Why's Katherine Langford defends show on Jimmy Fallon

The book and its Netflix spinoff have been accused by critics of "romanticizing suicide", according to The Associated Press . "There is a formal, board approved process to challenge books in our district, and I believe it is our duty to follow that process, because censorship is a slippery slope ", an anonymous high school librarian told The...

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  • 3000 teenagers die every day - here's why
3000 teenagers die every day - here's why

According to the worldwide report, more than 3,000 adolescents die every day. Research from the World Heath Organisation reveals 115,000 young people aged between ten to 19 died from injuries sustained in a vehicle crash. The report also makes wide-ranging recommendations for ways to improve adolescent health and details how countries can deliv...

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  • How major US stock market indexes fared on Tuesday
How major US stock market indexes fared on Tuesday

The overall energy group climbed 1.9 per cent. USA crude prices were up 2.7 per cent to $49.15 a barrel. Winners and Losers: Office supply retailer Staples, Inc. Oil prices rallied on Monday, after the Saudi Arabian and Russian energy ministers said that an OPEC-led crude production cut would be extended from the middle of this year until Marc...

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  • Running Windows? How to protect against the big ransomware attack
Running Windows? How to protect against the big ransomware attack

The world's biggest ransomware attack levelled off overnight after wreaking havoc in 150 countries, as Russian President Vladimir Putin called it payback for the United States intelligence services. After Friday's attack took advantage of unpatched vulnerabilities in Microsoft's older Windows operating systems, the US-based software giant slammed g...

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  • Reasons Why: Season Two; Netflix Teases What's to Come
Reasons Why: Season Two; Netflix Teases What's to Come

This week, Wellington College headmaster Roger Moses sent a message to parents alerting them to the programme and offering guidance on how to talk to their children about it. Wellington College isn't the only school taking a proactive approach in discussing the series with students. But educators and mental health professionals caution that youth...

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  • Police warn: If you're hit by cyberattack, don't pay the ransom
Police warn: If you're hit by cyberattack, don't pay the ransom

Meanwhile, a spokesman for the Prime Minister down played suggestions that NHS computers were particularly at risk of the WannaCry attack because many use WindowsXP, an older operating system. Ryan Kalember, senior vice-president at Proofpoint Inc., which helped stop its spread, said the version without a kill switch could spread. "As regards the...

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  • Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles, French toast recalled
Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles, French toast recalled

According to CNN , the company said testing showed the presence of Listeria monocytogenes at a production plant. Listeria is a genus of bacteria that belongs to Bacilli class. Were you looking forward to tucking into some Aunt Jemima-brand frozen waffles and French toast for brunch on Sunday? Consumers should throw them out or return them to...

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  • Six ways to prevent WannaCry ransomware attack
Six ways to prevent WannaCry ransomware attack

Health Secretary Shona Robison said the concerning incident shows measures to prevent future attacks need to be a priority. "This is the only way to make sure we get value for money and that the modern NHS meets the needs of patients", the Department of Health said in 2011.

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  • Senate moderates hold bipartisan health care talks
Senate moderates hold bipartisan health care talks

She said without a healthy mix of younger, healthier people and older, sicker people, premiums will go up for people in the exchange. He noted the House rushed the bill through a vote before the Congressional Budget Office could release an updated analysis of the bill.

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  • Georgia prepares to carry out its first execution this year
Georgia prepares to carry out its first execution this year

In his clemency petition to the Parole Board, Ledford's lawyers detailed his childhood years when he began using alcohol and drugs, his life with a father who was a sometimes abusive and strict disciplinarian and his intellectual disabilities, which previous courts have said were not significant enough to make him ineligible for the death penalty.

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  • World braces for more cyberattacks as work week begins
World braces for more cyberattacks as work week begins

The " Wannacry " malware virus exploits a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows software, taking over computers and demanding a payment of $300 (£232) in the virtual currency Bitcoin to unlock files and return them to the user. The " Wannacry " virus locks users out of their computers and demands hundreds of dollars from victims hoping to regain con...

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